Peeling Back the Layers

My experience with strolling beneath the skin was mind blowing, soul shifting and a synaptic evolutionary process.

It all started with watching a youtube video. Attending a conference. Awakening the hunger and the need to know more.

My Mentor and Teachers

My mentor and teachers have paved the journey into the physical and the metaphysical.

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So the story begins in a Gross Medical Lab

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A few years ago, I found myself in a gross medical anatomy lab. A lifeless physical body in front of me. I was standing there with a scalpel and hemostat. Ready for the journey. Ready to explore the physical body in the most profound, humbling and honoured experience. The exploration of strolling under the skin started with the first incision. Peeling back the skin, exposing the layers of matter. Anatomy, structure, lines, fascia, unknown, known, theorized facts, came to life in my hands.

As I peeled back the layers in front of me, I also peeled back my own layers. My protection, my shield and opened my heart to what is possible. To experiences beyond my wildest dreams.

Cathartic Process

Such a cathartic process! It felt like a rebirth.  Here I was thinking that I was quenching my thirst and curiosity to know more, help my clients and educate the masses. But I actually supported my own metamorphosis.

Feeding my soul, healing my past (my life and many past lives) and allowing potential and possibilities.

The physical matter is only one part of us. The spirit is a major component. In that wet lab, my spirit was soaring.

I flew into my future

The combination of physical and metaphysical.  My practice of being a Medical Intuitive was born.  Appreciating the energetic presences, the thought patterns. Seeing and feeling what these could do to the physical.

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As I continue to feel, see, connect with souls, I am reminded and I go back to my time standing with the scalpel ready to peel back the layers – these are our stories. What stories are you telling and what story is your body portraying? The cells carry our stories, past, present and future. What are the choices you are making?

Back in the lab, I chose to accept, acknowledge and take inspired action. The first thing I did was forgive myself and appreciate me, for all that I am. Body, mind and soul.

This cathartic experience opened my heart to what is possible. It showed me that pain is temporary; honesty and choices will free us all permanently.

Namaste

18 thoughts on “Peeling Back the Layers

  1. mit Geschenkband verpacken

    Thanks for writing this. I really feel as though I know so much more about this than I did before. Your blog really brought some things to light that I never would have thought about before reading it. You should continue this, Im sure most people would agree youve got a gift.

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  2. april

    "Here I was thinking that I was quenching my thirst and curiosity to know more, help my clients and educate the masses. But I actually supported my own metamorphosis." though different experiences, a transformation has been happening in my own life (as i've been seeking greater inspiration and knowledge to assist my clients). what a fascinating adventure this must have been, maria! thanks for allowing me a glimpse.

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  3. Dana

    Maria, as a former LP nurse, I relate to this metaphor…my body has been speaking since birth..I began listening and gauging my environment this way as a child. AND yes, how did you get in that lab???

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    1. Maria Post author

      Hi Dana – it was a journey but an amazing one. I just knew I had to be there and off I went to make it happen. It all started at a Pilates Conference in Sydney and then the pieces just fell into place. xx

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  4. Cathy

    Fantastic story – I too want to hear more about it. it seems crazy that we tend to focus so heavily on the state of the tissue, but it really is just the shell, the first layer of the onion skin. How amazing to start exploring the parts way below the surface that animate the tissue, that direct the actions of the cells, and to see that we are so much more than the sum of our parts.

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  5. Susan Seale

    Was that Bruce Lipton? It sure looked like him. lol
    Maria you are amazing. I so love the humble tone of your writing, there is so much love in your words.
    So, we're all waiting expectantly now for more posts on your journey…
    xox

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    1. Maria Post author

      Hi Susan, I have met Bruce Lipton but no that was the amazing Professor Elbermani (an incredible scholar, head of the school of Medicine in Boston) He said he taught most of the Doctors in the Boston area.

      Oh yes I look forward to sharing my journey too. Thank you xx

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  6. Susie

    WOW! Peeling back the layers both literally and spiritually must've been an unbelievable experience. I would love to hear about all of the steps that got you to where you are as a medical intuitive.

    So fascinating to me!!

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    1. Maria Post author

      Hi Susie, it was amazing and life changing. I see things through different eyes. My journey as a Medical Intuitive began on so many levels. I would love to share the experience with you Susie – let's chat soon. xx

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  7. Sue Ann Gleason

    Wow, Maria, I want to know more about 'that' story. How did you end up in a gross anatomy lab?
    My body has much to tell me when I take the time to honor its wisdom and listen with a wide open heart.

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