Tag: Intuitive Healing
In a practical sense what does it mean to be grounded?
Many of us can relate to being told to ground as part of self-care or meditation practice. I practice grounding many times during my day, especially when holding space for others, and supporting clients with being grounded is an integral component in all my sessions and workshops.
Why is grounding important? How do we take it from a concept to an embodied tool? ‘Being’ grounded suggests it’s very nature. Grounding enables us to attain & sustain our ‘Being – ness‘.
It can be done with a thought, an intention, or more mindfully as part of a deeper process or practice.
Why do we ground?
We are electrical beings. We have a frequency and charge, and our nervous system is an electrical system. Electricity needs to ground to discharge. Grounding, therefore, enables … Read More
The energy arising at the beginning of this year is about timeline duality. Two different choices, each seeming very real, which one will you choose?
Each are energetically very ‘real’ choices. One is a very old story. As such the palpable nature of it is magnetic. It draws you in with such a strength that often you are in it before you realise. Awareness, and choosing not to be drawn in can be likened to holding on by the fingernails with the force at which it pulls you. This is also a clue to to whatever it is that is pulling you in is perhaps not in serving your highest vibration .
Of the two timelines initially this one may seem the most charged, or carry the strongest energy. Part of the challenge is to ‘see’ it and choose differently, or … Read More
How we carry ourselves can send direct messages to our body about how we feel.
Did you know it’s possible simply by altering your body position to influence hormones such as cortisol in as little as 2 minutes?
Have you noticed how you feel stretching after sitting at the computer for a while? Or Have you tried smiling when you are sad and found it has made you feel a little better? In Craniosacral therapy this can be observed and expressed by ‘how our psychology feeds into our physiology and vice versa’. For example, if we clench our jaw and tighten our shoulders we can activate the vagus nerve, stimulating the flight fight response. Conversely if we experience a threatening situation and as a result the vagus nerve is activated, it can in turn lead to the body language … Read More