When there is an influx of light, and especially at times of the full moon, we can become a bit ungrounded.
We can enjoy floating in the light, feeling the bliss of inspiration, dreaming and drifting, and we may experience disturbed sleep. All of these things can pull us out of the deep softness of our bodies.
When energy is shifting within and around us, when we are re-organising our internal selves to accommodate new insights, understandings and new ways of being, it is important that we are fully inhabiting our bodies.
Your way is paved with light…
January’s full wolf moon - just after 5am UK time on Monday 21st - is howling with light.
Can you hear it? There is no missing it, even in the darkness.
There is so much being illuminated by this full moon, calling our inner light to break out of the darkness that feels centuries old.
At the beginning of 2018, I gave readings for a word or phrase to act as a guidepost or guiding light throughout the year.
Now we come to the end of the year, how did your journey map out?
At the start of the year, I also gifted a reading to myself, and my Word for 2018 was “Jing”. I love to see how a word or phrase is given shape over the course of 12 months.
Our sense of safety occurs outside of our conscious awareness. This sense - known as neuroception - is spoken by the body.
The body instinctively knows the answer to the question “Am I safe?”
You may have come across the chakra system, which describes the subtle energy fields present in our bodies.
The seven main chakras on the body are usually located from the base of your pelvis to the top of your head. Other smaller chakras are also thought to be present. While still others are thought to continue beneath you as your energetic connection to the Earth and above you as your energetic connection to Source.
Let’s focus on those located on/within the physical body, and in particular those located within the main torso of the body: root, sacral, solar plexus and heart.
This blog post and the following exercise is for you if you could do with setting healthier boundaries for yourself. Equally, you can do this exercise if you want to set your intentions or gain more clarity about what experiences you are willing to invite into your life.
It's a cliché that just happens to be true.
When you are a good friend to yourself then you can ride the waves of life's ups and downs while maintaining an anchor to the core essence of yourself. Committing to yourself, your path and your life with loyalty, kindness and engagement.
This week a beautiful friend gifted me with Rise Sister Rise by Rebecca Campbell. I highly recommend it.
Rebecca's writings really connect with the energy I am sensing at the moment, in the midst of eclipse season, the recent blood moon and the gorgeous Summer we are having here in the UK. This energy is all about the rising feminine, the sacred feminine of the Earth.
Energetic care is a must for all empaths.
Think of it like your routine tasks of brushing your teeth or taking a shower. Energy care is this important for empaths, if you want to stay healthy and feel energised.