“Get yourself grounded and you can navigate even the stormiest roads in peace.” ― Steve Goodier
Life races by, and sometimes we find ourselves feeling vulnerable to outside forces. Grounding is an empowering way to take control of your own journey. By rooting yourself in the moment, you may connect with the earth’s frequency and your own spiritual awareness. You are able to slow down, physically and mentally, taking responsibility for your own experience. This reflective pause offers protection and an opportunity to expand your personal development.
This protection comes from many facets. One major component is the reconnection with the physical plane. When you are ungrounded, you may feel untethered, stressed by uncertainty in the future or trauma of the past.
These emotional energies can be overwhelming, clouding your perception of the present so much that you become lightheaded, anxious, shaky or unfocused. In this ungrounded state, your behavior is easily manipulated by the outside forces and emotional transference.
When we lack authority over our own realm, we more readily absorb energies, thoughts, and feelings from our surroundings. We become more vulnerable, surrendering our own authority, and even feeling powerless.
We panic and attempt to separate from this discomfort. This can lead to disassociation. Attention scatters away, outside of ourselves.
Grounding brings you back down to earth, back into your physical body and the present moment. It shakes away all those lingering fears and emotions that sabotage your experience. This is the safest place you can be, rooted in your body and in this time and space. It also makes you more spiritually aware of yourself and your personal power.
Releasing all these extraneous things, which you have no agency over, allows you to redirect. Focusing instead, on your opportunity to create fulfillment in daily life. You can’t change the past, but you can take this moment. You can stop looking for yourself outside and start living an authentic experience.
Allow your spirit to come home to your body. Follow your breath and discover that this place of calm has always been here. It always will be. Find your center, the place where you are protected from external forces.
From here…listen to your body, spend time with your own wisdom. Ground yourself so you may safely reenergize your intentions and grow.
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What To Remember:
When you are ungrounded, you are vulnerable to outside energies.
Grounding offers protection by taking control of your own experience.
This inward focus fosters personal development and empowerment.
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