By acknowledging, understanding and respecting the power you’ve grown into, you will be able to more clearly recognize the extent to which you impact your relationships.
Imagine your relationships as a see-saw. If both people understand their power (or are empowered), the see-saw stays relatively level and balanced. But if one person has brought in a feeling of powerlessness, he or she may try to compensate by bearing down on the see-saw, shifting his or her weight, and perpe...tually uprooting, destabilizing, and ungrounding the person on the other side.
The more you can work toward acknowledging and accepting your power, the more it will calm and center you in the relationship. This more accurate appraisal of your own power can help you to use it productively. Acknowledging your power as an adult can help you balance your relationship. If you truly appreciate your own power, you don’t need to demonstrate it.
“We must face up to our particular way of controlling others. Remember, the Fourth Insight reveals that humans have always felt short of energy and have sought to control each other to acquire the energy that flows between people. The Fifth then shows us that an alternative source exists, but we can’t really stay connected with this source until we can come to grips with the particular method that, we, as individuals, use in our controlling, and stop doing it – because whenev...er we fall back into this habit, we get disconnected from the source.”
The Sixth Insight teaches us that we are the next step in evolution along the lineage created by our two parents. Our higher purpose on earth can be found by recognizing what our parents accomplished and where they left off. By reconciling what they gave us with what they left for us to resolve, we can get a clear picture of who we are and what we are meant to do.
Has the Sixth Insight, given you a new perspective on your past, parents, and possibilities for the future?
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." – Aristotle
Our daily lives are often a series of habits played out through the day. But habits can be changed, as difficult as that may seem sometimes.
“Change happens not by trying to make yourself change, but by becoming conscious of what’s not working.” Shakti Gawain, Living the Light, pg 101 - Experiential Guide.
"What an amazing, miraculous, powerful gift we have been given! And yet, the sad truth is that for all of those still connected to this wonderful part of ourselves, there are many who are not....
Our imaginations can lead us into the realm of soul truths, allowing us the scope to dream up all of the possible gifts and talents our lives have given us and prepared us for. All of the deeper callings that could potentially be ours, and the ways we can make the world a better place."
"There is one very important factor in every situation in which I’m involved— and that factor is ME and the AIR in my bubble.
In any given situation, I have control over three important things:
1. My Actions (A) – the things I do.
2. My Inactions (I) – the things I DON’T do....
3. My Reactions (R)- the way I react to what others do or don’t do.
Knowing that I have [various] choices of Actions, Inactions, and Reactions gives me some power to prepare for dealing with [others] in a way that makes the situation better rather than worse. It helps me to be more effective, empowered, and courageous to change the things I can.
So, thinking about the kind of person I choose to be… (something I have control over) and thinking about the consequences of each of those actions, inactions, and reactions, (I might not have control over the consequences, but planning ahead can help me choose the best AIR for myself), and remembering to breathe, I know I can choose to do my part in a way that makes the situation better."
~Candella, Superpowers Part 3: The AIR in my Bubble
@ The Mirror
"What if we looked at our 'flaws' or 'hardships' as amazing lessons?? There is so much value in challenges ... they offer you a chance to evaluate your life and see where you can let go and let the light in. The give you chances to really stop and listen to what your body, intuition, spirit are telling you. Feel the feels, but when you're ready ... breath into 'what am I to learn here?'"
@ Let The Light In
"In aromatherapy, geranium oil is used to help treat acne, sore throats, anxiety, depression and insomnia. It is popular among women due to its rosy smell and its beneficial effect on menstruation and menopause.4 The essential oil can also aid in uplifting mood, lessening fatigue and promoting emotional wellness."
"When examined closely, it appears that nightmares are very adaptable in that they are alerting the dreamer to a waking day situation that needs to be dealt with....The most important concern is that whatever it is, it’s significant enough to wake us from the sleep state to get our attention. That is, the psyche is making itself aware of a significant life condition and doing so in a manner that’s difficult to ignore."
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"Our energy fields are sensitive to those around us and when our vibration is affected by negative energy it knocks the natural harmony of our system out of balance. As a result, we sometimes ‘pick up’ illnesses, which are of the lower vibration."
Earth and Sky Grounding Meditation
The Earth and Sky meditation opens the Hara line, the channel of energy that runs up the vertical core of your body. This meditation establishes your place as the bridge between Heaven and Earth; the point of exchange between energy and matter. When you become the fulcrum between polarities, you are in a position of power and able to move in any direction. It’s the difference between reacting and responding; here you are free t respond with ...balance and confidence.
Promotes grounding and centering
Strengthens the Hara line
Integrates material and spiritual polarites
Balances masculine and feminine principles
Facilitates inner balance between polar or conflicting concepts/ideas
Bring ideas and concepts into physical form
Create inner strength on all levels: physical, spiritual, mental, emotional
Promote balance between conflicting life demands
Maintain a grounded, practical approach to life circumstances
Integrate conflicting desires and beliefs in decision-making
Find and follow your path
Reduce stress and manage anxiety
1. Sit or stand. Take a few deep breaths, and calm your mind and body. Bring your awareness to the core of your body.
2. Connect with the channel running between your perineum and the top of your head through the center of your body. This is often called the Hara line, and it connects your star in the sky to the center the Earth and vice versa.
3. Focus on your Crown chakra while inhaling. Imagine your breath is drawing light from the sky into your Hara line, filling your body with freedom, space, light, and air. Be free.
4. Exhale and send energy downward through your body, out of your sacrum into the ground, sending roots deep into the Earth. Feel the solidity, stability, and safety of the Earth. See yourself safe.
5. Inhale and imagine pulling Earthlight up into your body through your sacrum, bringing the stability and safety of the Earth into your Hara line. Feel yourself strong, safe, and flexible.
6. Exhale, sending Earth energy out through the top of your head, sending branches into the sky, and sending the strength of the Earth to the heavens.
7. Repeat this alternating flow of energy in your natural breathing rhythm: Bring Sky energy into Earth; send Earth energy into Sky.
8. Take your natural place as a bridge between Earth and Sky. Integrate the energies within your body, becoming safe, balanced, and free.
>Use color in your breathing. Often, people use green for Earth and blue for Sky.
>Notice which polarity, Earth or Sky, is more difficult for you to integrate. Breathe in from that polarity exclusively until it is easy to do and feels balanced, then resume breathing from both Earth and Sky to promote integration.
This meditation is an excerpt from The Path of Energy by Dr. Synthia Andrews, ND