Get grounded…

I’ve just taught a class in my community about grounding energy. The information comes from my Eden Energy Medicine days, which I still love to share. I thought you might like to read about how easily we can become ungrounded and then try a few simple techniques that can help you set yourself to rights again.

A mini class for you:

Any kind of stress to your system can potentially “unground” you because it can cause your energies to become unbalanced. When you are carrying too big a load at home, work or school, or you are very worried about something or someone, or you’ve had a shock, you can lose your energetic footing and feel off kilter. Stress affects your blood flow, your blood pressure, your breathing, your ability to think clearly, etc., which all affect your connection to the earth and to yourself. The following grounding exercises can help you to feel calm, better integrated and balanced.

Worry Points
Tap cheekbones directly under the eyes while breathing slowly in through the nose and out through the mouth. These are “worry points” on Stomach meridian. If you are worried, you become ungrounded. This tapping energy goes all of the way down into the earth and hooks your energy back in.

Triple Warmer and Spleen Balancer
a. Wrap your left hand around your right arm, just above the elbow.
b. Wrap your right arm around the left side of your body, underneath the breast.
c. Hold for three slow deep breaths, in through your nose and our through your mouth.
d. Reverse to your other side and hold for three deep breaths.

Blood Pressure Balancer
a. Place arms straight out to your sides with palms up.
b. Breath in while raising your hands slowly above your head, stretching each side.
c. Release your breath as you turn palms face down, slowly lowering arms back to your sides

There you have it. Repeat exercises as often as you’d like. I hope they help.

Published by Lisa White

I am a former elementary school teacher, self-avowed word nerd, student of esoteric philosophy, energy medicine practitioner, questioner, wonderer, and lover of early-morning walks.

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