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GROUNDING


We live in a world where everything is outside of ourselves. The 3D world of work, home, family, phones, televisions, or computers are things outside of ourselves that we become engrossed in on a regular basis. We become so engrossed that we become robotic in motion and in thought, we cease to be present. In other words, we become unaware of what we are experiencing, and we are ungrounded; our energy or light body is not integrated with our human body. You might relate to this if you bump into walls or furniture, stub your toe, don’t hear people when they’re talking to you. Those all quite common when we are ungrounded. There are a multitude of reasons why we become ungrounded, from simple daydreaming or preoccupation to dissociation. (WebMD states: dissociation is a break in how your mind handles information. You may feel disconnected from your thoughts, feelings, memories, and surroundings. It can affect your sense of identity and your perception of time.)


To become fully aware and present to our experiences, we need to be grounded. Our physical body and our light body need to become conjoined, and our energy pulled into ourselves and down into the earth. Our energy engaged and flowing into the earth or the “ground” is exactly what being grounded is.



Once grounded, we are given the gift of being present. That allows us to look at ourselves honestly, then look at the outside world with a new perspective. Each time we ground and as it becomes easier and more natural, we expand our awareness and open ourselves up to healing old wounding and adopted thinking and being a more active participant in our lives. Being grounded is something that everyone can benefit from, however; for those who work with the paranormal or metaphysical, being grounded is crucial for the highest outcome of your work. When grounded, it is easier to connect to guidance, to understand and translate the messages from guides and from Spirit and our energy can stay balanced and our mind focused.



There are endless techniques to ground, and I invite you to check back for a follow up blog on some of those techniques.













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