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Are you searching in the branches for that which can only be found in the roots? (A grounding exercise for beginners)

Grounding exercises for empaths

Wouldn’t it be nice to go through life with a deep sense of calm and rarely think about the “what ifs”?

To have a sense of being fully embodied, whole, centred and balanced in yourself and your relationships and having a deeper connection to your authentic self?

Be in complete control of your mental and emotional self and not be easily influenced by other ideas and individuals?

Life repeats itself mindlessly – unless you become mindful, it will go on repeating like a wheel.

Birth is followed by death, death is followed by birth; love is followed by hate, hate is followed by love; success is followed by failure, failure is followed by success. Just see!

If you cling to the edge of the wheel you can get dizzy! Move toward the center of the cyclone and relax, knowing that this too will pass.

In the Native American cultures the wheel represents the four directions in the physical world and each direction symbolises a part of you. The north represents the mind, the south the heart, the east the place of spirit and the west represents the body.

Knowing how to get back to the centre and balance yourself again is an essential life skill.

When you’re grounded, you’re in complete control of your mental and emotional self, and not easily influenced by other ideas or individuals. When you’re grounded life’s small mishaps tend to just roll off you like water off a duck.

This achieving the centre, being grounded in one’s self, is about the lightest state a human being can achieve.

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