Entries tagged with “Grounding”
Three grounding practices that help you gather energy from the earth to replenish and enhance your own life force.
Three primary principles that help you understand what you can do to avoid people pulling on your energy, and three practices to address them.
With so much frenzied energy around us, cultivating our ability to ground let’s us move forward with more stability and wisdom. When we have experience with connecting to the ener…
“Thirty minutes spent grounded and expressing yourself through visual arts is 30 minutes of fresh, pure creative energy flowing through your body and infusing your cells—to flush old energy out and wash in new life, giving energy on a spiritual level! … A renewal of spirit.”
Stay grounded (literally) through your bare foot-to-earth connection.
Begin to establish certainty and trust within yourself with this grounding guided meditation.
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Grounding, alignment, and practices for tapping into your inner knowing.
Being an empath is all about ‘feeling’ the emotions of others. Sometimes we need extra tools to help us stay grounded and connected.
“Eating foods that will center or calm your energy center is a great way to shift your energy from anxious and scared, to balanced and strong.”
“How can you help yourself feel a sense of calm, reassurance, and peace? The answer is at your feet. Literally.”
In this class, Dana Damara will help you find a strong foundation and a state of contentment. Dana will lead you through a series of poses that focus on the Root Chakra. You will f…
Excerpts from Eat with Intention by Cassandra Bodzak
Use this guided meditation anytime you need to feel a deeper sense of embodiment.
Use this guided meditation as a way to practice listening softly through the lens of your heart.
The courage and strength to take a stand for our planet can be found through reconnecting with the energy and ease of Mother Earth.
We swim in an increasingly turbulent sea of narratives: the ones we tell ourselves, the ones we tell others, and the ones we choose to watch on Netflix—and read in books, lis…