Resilience and Re-invention are required for expansion.
Consider the beautiful, large trees that exist today. They started as small saplings hundreds of years ago. Their shapes tell a story of the storms that they endured, the animals that they housed and the presence of humanity.
Our bodies also tell a story.
We can change the story, if it ensures that we live to our highest potential.
For health, you need to rise up from your injuries and expectations and implement disciplined action to rebuild the version of you that you deserve.
Resilience means honouring your story and giving it the space for compassion.
Re-invention means acknowledging your past and making the necessary steps to move forward into a new trajectory of limitless potential.
It requires action.
Draw knowledge from the right people, eat the food that will fuel you, rest, move, turn in, reassess, shift.
Speaking and working with High performers is very much related to my work as a chiropractor and dance artist. They inspire me. I keep them going.
Transformation happens when you ALIGN your mindset to your goals so that you Embody them as reality.
I forgot where I put my keys…. Then I forgot where I put my wallet. Where did I put my glass of water again?
A high speed life, can lead to anxiety and panic. This activates the stress response which believe it or not can work against you when it comes to finding clarity and solutions for problem solving.
Clarity Emerges from a Grounded Mind.
Dr. Blessyl Buan
Grounding is the act of slowing down.
Return to your breath.
Return to your senses.
Reset your mind.
Stop the stress and defensive response.
Ignite creativity, innovation and flow.
Chronic pain, headaches, upper body tension, jaw pain and hand and wrist pain are physical manifestations of stress. In my practice, I prescribe the following grounding exercises to help my patients to find inner piece and to free their brains from the stress response. This in turn, promotes their power to heal.
1. Get your hands dirty
As adults, we don’t do this as often as we should. Planting, baking, painting, working with clay are all examples of ways that we can bring the tactile experience back to our life. Being tactile, allows us to be fully present with the experience. Perhaps this is why the slime craze is so popular among kids and adolescents. They need the slime for stress relief!
2. Immerse yourself in nature
It’s often advised the walking in nature is healing. It prompts you to look, listen and feel what is around you. They don’t call it “forest bathing” for nothing.
3.Surround yourself with art for a dose of inspiration
Beautiful objects and images inspire. They make your heart sing. They give you ideas of what you want to manifest for yourself. Beauty is everywhere if you open your eyes to it.
4. Journal on paper
Typing thoughts don’t have the same tactile experience of writing it down on paper. You are forced to slow down. Feel the ink interact with the paper. Doodle. Draw. Avoid writing inside of the lines. See the magic emerge.
5.Turn on Music and Dance
Music is like a portal that can take you to another world where all things are possible. Allow your body to embody the music. Feel the down beat, the crescendo and decrescendo of the music. Where does breath lie in the music? How does the rhythm allow you to breathe?
Try it out. Embrace your inner child and note how you feel. If you have children, it’s also important they have a chance to feel grounded.
Grounded families are happy families.
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