Recconnective Healing with Lulu Kerr – Style Compass Media


I had my first experience with a ‘reconnective healing’ with Lulu Kerr. I had been avoiding these healing offers for years, because I didn’t want my thoughts to be influenced, let alone my emotions. I’ve known Lulu for years before having her do a ‘reconnective healing’. It’s interesting how you can have someone in your life, and suddenly learn what it is they do for a living almost a decade later. I like to walk because I’m a writer, I need to experience things in slow motion. One day after visiting the dentist, I was walking down the street, and Lulu honked her horn, and motioned for me to step to the side of the road. This is normal in Bali to have the most profound conversation of your day, then have it followed by the most profound healings of your life. Except unbeknownst to Lulu, I had never had any type of healing before, so I had nothing to compare my experience to. I will say, each session brought on new thoughts, and emotions. I was able to have closure on relationships which needed to end, and I was able to reach out to others’ who were needing some attention, I had been neglecting to address. I feel better, lighter, with clearer thoughts, and intentions. The most important thing Lulu does, is after the healing, she will ask you series of questions. It’s important to have a guide back into the hear, and now, otherwise you can walkout of the office feeling a bit displaced emotionally. Lulu also offers ‘distant healing’, which allows her to heal someone from a far. In my opinion this is the greatest gift you can offer another person, the gift of letting go, and the ability to receive light information.


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Jean-marc Bagoée  – The Comeback Kid – Style Compass Media

Photo Credit: Lukas Vrtilek

Jean-marc Bagoée  – The Comeback Kid – Style Compass Media

Questions – Monica M Lawton for Style Compass Media

Answers – Jean-marc Bagoée

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Please introduce yourself.


Hey you, I am Jean-Marc, I come from Martinique a small French colony in the West Indies.


What are your origins?


Well my last name is a slave’s name.  My ancestors on my dad’s side were deported from Africa and, a Chinese immigrant.  (my great great grandad’s name was Pong Song hahah) and my mum is from Belgium.


Was music a part of your childhood, and what type of music did you
listen to?


Music was and has always been everything.  Apart from being a surgeon my dad was a musician and, a melomane (music lover).  So the spectrum was large from Serge Gainsbourg, Erik Satie, John Coltrane, to Itzhak Perlman and the list goes on….


What is your first memory of a song, or music you heard which resonated to your soul?


It probably happened with reggae.  I’d say the drum song from Jackie Mittoo (for those who know).  My life always revolved around music so I’d say, Chronic 2000 from Dr Dre, but also this track from Isolée (beau mot plage) those artists changed my way and, had a major influence on the decisions I took…


When did you first begin to travel, and what lesson did you learn from traveling which you still keep to this day?


I was fortunate enough to travel early on.  I’ve spent a lot of time in The States and, Asia.  It taught me that the country where I am from, does not totally define who I am.

What brought you to Bali?




What do you do to relax?




What excites you?


My dreams and, I’m coming at them like a spider monkey.
At the moment, attending the  further future festival is like a dream come true.


If you could choose another career, what would it be?


I wouldn’t.


What projects have you worked on?


Well too much to say, it always revolved around connecting music and, the arts to deliver the ultimate entertainment.  I guess this off Broadway show called La Guarda when I was 14.  The work of Carlito Dalceggio, DEEPLY INSPIRED ME.  (cique du soleil) which I happened to represent at XS art gallery in Paris when I was 21.


What current projects do you have in store?


I’m currently selling 3d mapping in Asia.


You call your group of friends, your ‘tribe’, what does this mean to you?




What personal, or professional goals have you set for yourself?


To become a better person everyday, I still have a lot of work to do ;-), on the professional side I’m on my path…


If a party were to be hosted in your honor, what speech would you give, and what would you want your tribe to walk away feeling, or thinking about you?


Yeah well my tribe knows all about me and, they love me anyways.  I don’t think a speech would alter their perception.  I would just make sure that they leave feeling little better than when they showed up.


What makes you wake up in the morning?


Yes this was once a question you asked me.


Haha you’re good, you answered that, love of course, but surfing to be more specific.
What makes you fall in love?


Intelligence, education, values, and a huge… sense of humor

Editor’s Note :
For those who have yet to meet Jean-marc, or to know him personally.
I think this Kanye West quote, best sums him up.

Why is Jean Marc able to make moves in circles most people can only dream about?

‘Because his life is dope, and he does dope shit…’  – Kanye West


Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov – Style Compass Media



Russian Olympic Figure Skaters- Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov

Producer-Петро Шекшеев

Photography- Marina Demina

Hair, Makeup, Wardrobe-Monica M Lawton

Sunbeam Maxi Dress- Style Compass Luxury

Location-Semara Luxury Villa Resort


Fashion Shoot Collab – Style Compass Media










Model – Lena Kolyasova

Hair & Makeup – Monica M Lawton

Jewelry  – Haywire

Swimwear – Veronika Pagan

Sandals – Erika Peña Designs

Photography – Byony Edwards  

Shoot Location – La Laguna


Berawa Luxe 2015 Ad Campaign – Style Compass Media


Berawa Luxe – New Boutique on Berawa

Model – Andrea

Hair, Makeup, Director – Monica M. Lawton for Style Compass I.C.

Photography – Tash Serena

Production – Jenny Sparke

Location – Maya Resort Sanur

Travel + Leisure Cover Shoot – Lombok 2015 – Style Compass Media

Cocomoku - Silk Beaded Maxi Dress Juju Art Gallery - Brass and Coral Earrings, and Brass Bracelets
Cocomoku – Silk Beaded Maxi Dress
Juju Art Jewelry – Brass and Coral Earrings, and Brass Bracelets
Karmarama Lifestyle - Short Jumpsuit Lila Lane - Shopper Tote Juju Art Gallery - Brass Bracelet
Karmarama Lifestyle – Short Jumpsuit
Lilla Lane – Shopper Tote
Juju Art Jewelry – Brass Bracelet
Blue Glu - White Bikini Juju Art Gallery - Necklace Karmarama Lifestyle - Kimono Lila Lane - Leather Tote
Blue Glue – White Bikini
Juju Art Jewelry – Necklace
Karmarama Lifestyle – Kimono
Lilla Lane – Leather Tote
Blu Glu - Florescent Yellow Bikini Juju Art Gallery - Ring KIMPTON - Python Slide Sandal
Blue Glue – Florescent Yellow Bikini
Juju Art Jewelry – Ring
KIMPTON – Python Slide Sandal

TL for Monica-12

Travel + Leisure Cover Shoot – Lombok 2015

Location – Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp

Production – SO WANTED Agency – Jade Amar

Model – Anastasiya Gavryushkina

Hair, Makeup, Wardrobe Stylist – Monica M Lawton for Style Compass I.C.

Production – Jade Amar for, SO WANTED MODELS

Photography – Ernest Goh for Ernest Goh Photography

Wardrobe & Accessories – KIMPTON, Blue GlueKarmarama LifestyleCocomokuJuju Art Jewelry, Lilla Lane

Makeup – Bare Minerals, NAKED 3 eye shadow collection