Unity is strength. When there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.”
We could all use some form of grounding meditation. Modern life is hectic and, at times, leaves us feeling disconnected—living outside ourselves and our community. Grounding brings us back to center, securely rooted and aligned with our purpose and our desires. Grounding meditation goes hand in hand with setting intentions, nurturing the pathway to our highest self. This potential is enhanced when we work together in a group meditation.
Setting an intention through grounding meditation creates a shift in our perspective. It focuses our energy toward a single mission. With mind and energy focused towards a single purpose, our actions follow. We empower our priorities and remind ourselves of our values. We find ourselves motivated and inspired. Intentions set through grounding meditation potentiate positive change. We can focus energy to heal ourselves and others.
You can practice grounding meditation by yourself. But group grounding sessions may enhance the work in several ways. First is the benefit of guidance. A new grounding meditation may bring uncertainty. A group meditation is typically guided by a knowledgeable leader, but it is also a partnership.
Group work brings together various experience levels and perspectives to create synergy. In this environment, individuals can learn from one another. Those who are familiar with grounding meditation can offer guidance to those who are new.
Synergy is created when the group meditates together. This allows healing energy to be expanded far beyond the limits of one individual working alone. Studies also show a profound ripple effect. When a group of people meditate together, the effects of peace settle over the entire network—like a forcefield of calm.
And then there are the health benefits of connection, particularly at a time when society feels so remote and separate. Group meditation fosters a strong connection, tapping into a shared source of silent energy.
In group grounding meditation, we simultaneously approach the same energetic frequency and wavelength (NCBI.gov). This synchronization has been demonstrated scientifically through use of electroencephalogram (EEG).
Group grounding meditation is powerful. It nourishes spirit while focusing collective energy on a single, peaceful intention. It is a profoundly positive experience. Energy Matters, LLC will soon be offering a large group grounding meditation through Zoom. If you’d like to participate, watch this page and our social media for the sign up dates.
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What To Remember:Grounding brings us back to center, securely rooted and aligned with our purpose.Intentions set through grounding meditation potentiate positive change.Group meditation offers guidance for beginners.The synergy created when a group meditates together cultivates significantly more healing energy than one individual working alone.
Grounding Meditation & Intention Setting: How Groups Enhance The Work
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