High Vibrational Healing: How To Reset Your Nervous System
When it comes to physical health, there are three basic steps you can take to ensure you have the highest level of wellness possible. First, you’ll want to remove any negative habits that are hurting your body or harming your health. Second, you’ll want to implement positive habits that will create positive change in your body and mind. And third, practice meditation for vibrational healing. It helps reset your nervous system so you can be in tune with your higher self, set positive intentions, and manifest all of your heart’s desires into the physical world around you. Let’s go over each step in detail below!
What Is Vibrational Healing?
A vibrational healing session will create space to reset your nervous system. When we can move out of fight or flight and into rest and restore, we then can create and manifest health and happiness. Each person is different; some need more time in rest and restore while others feel heavy with physical symptoms that stay stuck in fight or flight. Both situations are opportunities for high vibrational healing because it allows space for our nervous systems to reset, bringing balance back into our bodies. High vibrational healing is a tool that allows us to do just that—reset our nervous systems so that peace becomes our natural state of being.
What Can I Do to Heal Myself?
Many of us, when we’re in pain, can feel disempowered and disconnected from ourselves and others. It’s easy to get caught up in reactive thoughts, feelings and behaviors that don’t really serve us. And when we’re caught up in these kinds of unhelpful states, we can feel that there is no way out or back to happiness and health. The good news? You are never separated from your innate healing abilities—and it doesn’t matter what condition you are in at any given time; you always have access to deep healing methods within you. In fact, all healing comes from a place of love and oneness, so if you begin with positivity and compassion toward yourself while accessing high vibrational energy levels, your nervous system will shift automatically toward a state of self-healing. This is not just an oversimplification but an actual process supported by proven techniques for physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Whether you know how to access this kind of inner healing process already or need help figuring it out, using its power could change your life forever.
Where Can I Get Help?
I'm happy to share, this is my specialty! High vibrational healing can help you reset your nervous system so that you can chill out, get enough shut-eye, discover your healing power, and get back to living. Here’s what you need to know about my highly effective meditation energy course. Six modules will teach you how to create a strong self awareness practice using guided meditations, journaling and plenty of one on one encouragement from me. There are no retreats to plan or miles to travel, everything is done in the comfort of your own home! Using high vibration meditation energy practices combined with focused intention, deep relaxation techniques and restorative sleep, we will work together, which allows for both individual guidance as well as an outlet for sharing in a safe space. No experience necessary! With each module, you will receive instructions, audio recordings of guided meditations, inspirational video lessons and downloads to keep building new habits - learn more by clicking the button below. I can't wait for you to discover your healing energy and restore your wellbeing.
How to Find Your Spirit Guide
Do you feel like you have an inner voice talking to you? This could be your spirit guide. Guidance from the cosmos can be hugely transitional and healing. Through my course we can find your spirit guides and build a relationship with them. If you have been having conversations with beings that don’t appear to be from this realm, this course will help you figure out if those beings are really spirit guides trying to guide you to your higher self or just your subconscious mind playing tricks on you. Either way, through the process of connecting with your spirit guides, you can tap into all kinds of wisdom and power that will help lead you on the journey of your life.
What is a Spirit Guide
Spirit guides are your guardian angels. They watch over you and help you make decisions in life. Spirit guides don’t necessarily communicate directly with us; instead, they often send signs that seem like coincidences or random thoughts. You may even meet a spirit guide by chance, or run into an old friend who gives you great advice—and chances are, it will be right for you at that time.
Finding Your Spirit Guides
There are several ways that you can go about finding your spirit guides, but one of my favorite ways is through meditation. During meditation, it’s not uncommon for spirits who will become your spirit guides to appear in your mind’s eye, not as hallucinations, but rather as symbolic representations of their essence. Some might appear as animals, some as mythological beings or angels, some as famous or historical people. Others may appear in dreams; there’s really no limit to how they make themselves known.
Building A Relationship With Them
In order to work with your spirit guides effectively, it’s important that you build a relationship with them. This can be achieved through my energy course where I provide guided meditation. During meditation your body goes into an Alpha state where many of us are able to communicate clearly with our guides. By looking at their energies and traits you begin to recognize them in daily life and can create a strong and lasting bond which will help you during difficult times and challenges in life. The more time and effort we put into building relationships with our spirit guides, we'll see how valuable they really are in times of confusion or trouble. You don't need any psychic abilities to find your spirit guides but it does help! Just by doing things like turning off all electronics, putting away technology i.e computers, ipads etc so no distractions occur and taking deep breaths before beginning your mediation process helps enormously as well as meditating regularly at different times of day throughout the week gives good results.
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Seven Ways to Maintain a Healthy Body
Your car needs to be maintained so it can run smoothly, you take care of your home so it’s well-kept and won’t need expensive repairs, and you’re sure to keep your pets healthy so they remain happy and comfortable—but how often do you consider your own body? You may not think that maintenance is necessary for your body, but the truth is that the things you do daily can have an impact on its overall health and wellness. Here are seven ways to maintain a healthy body every day.
1) Rebalance Your Diet
Our bodies need certain nutrients to function properly. Eating healthy foods is one of the most important things you can do for your body. If you’re not sure where to start, try starting with rebalancing your diet by implementing these nutrient-dense food items: whole grains, lean proteins, and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Keep in mind that when it comes to eating well, less is more! You want to eat every 3 hours to feel satisfied and keep your metabolism up. This will help you control calorie intake while still getting all of the nutrients your body needs.
2) Exercise Daily
Getting fit doesn’t have to be a major production. We all know that when it comes to getting healthy, exercise matters. But how much? And what kind? You might be surprised by how little it takes. Start by adding in short bursts of physical activity every day—walking stairs instead of taking an elevator, raking leaves instead of using a blower—and you’ll notice your energy level and mood improve almost immediately.
3) Get Enough Sleep
A growing body of research suggests that getting seven to nine hours of sleep per night is good for you in many ways. Not only does it help your brain function properly, but insufficient sleep has been linked with heart disease, diabetes, and obesity—and can decrease immunity. So be sure you’re getting enough shut-eye every night. If you have trouble sleeping through the night, try not watching television or working on your computer right before bed.
4) Meditate Often
Studies have shown that meditation is an effective tool for reducing stress and improving mental clarity. To keep your body fit, make time each day for at least five minutes of meditation. Focus on inhaling and exhaling slowly through your nose, keeping your mind clear of distracting thoughts. Meditation can be practiced anywhere at any time—try starting with one minute right before you begin preparing dinner each night, or as you lie down in bed at night. As you become more comfortable with it, work up to practicing meditation for longer periods of time (10 minutes per session is great!). If it feels awkward at first, know that many people find it helpful to listen to guided meditations; use them freely if they help ease your sense of discomfort.
It’s important that we focus not only on what goes into our bodies but also how we nourish our minds and spirits.
5) Get Plenty of Sunlight
Sunlight plays an essential role in our body’s natural vitamin D production. Vitamin D is important for healthy bones, teeth, and overall immune system health. If you aren’t getting enough sunlight, consider investing in vitamins with vitamin D3. Not only will your body thank you, but your eyes will be healthier too! Some studies have found that people who take vitamin D supplements may lower their risk of developing cataracts later in life.
6) Listen To Your Intuition
Many of us ignore our intuition, especially when it comes to making important decisions about our health. After all, who wants to ignore that nagging feeling that something just isn’t right? That’s why it’s so important to always listen—and act on—your gut instincts. If you feel like something just isn’t right, chances are it probably isn’t. Whenever possible, work with your intuition to guide you towards healthy choices. You may be able to fix an issue or discover information long before it turns into an actual problem—but only if you take action based on what your body is telling you. Pay attention and listen closely to what your body is trying to tell you. It can give you extremely valuable insight and advice.
7) Ask For Help
I’m not trying to get all self-help on you here, but one of my keys to success is knowing that I can’t do it alone. It took me 20 years, but I finally learned how important it is not only to ask for help when I need it, but also give people help when they need it. We are happier when we are helping others. How do you make time in your life for giving back or for reaching out to those who've helped you? What small things could you do each day that would boost your mood and benefit someone else? These steps will keep us healthy inside and out.
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What Happens to the Body When It Clenches Under Stress?
When you are stressed, you clench your muscles, whether it’s by tightening your shoulders when you are in an argument or clenching your fists during an anxiety attack. Clenching and unclenching the muscles of the body, especially in the neck and back areas, can lead to serious problems down the road, such as blocking your energy flow, increased inflammation, and fluid buildup. This eventually leads to decreased range of motion, stiffness, and pain.
Why Do We Clench When We Are Stressed Out?
Two common types of body tension are mental tension (which results from thoughts) and physical tension (which results from sensations within our muscles). Mental tension occurs when you think about something stressful or emotional; physical tension occurs when you are experiencing an actual physical sensation that causes worry or fear, such as pain or tightness. Most people will experience both kinds of tension at some point in their lives. There is no such thing as a bad kind of stress; they all play important roles in your life. However, some kinds of stress cause more long-term damage than others—and it’s easy to learn how not to let your chronic worries overtake your health and happiness! Read on for tips on managing and preventing chronic anxiety and stress.
Simple Solutions to Unclench Naturally
We all know that stress can wreak havoc on our bodies, but did you know it can also cause us to clench our fists and jaw involuntarily when we’re not even aware of it? Long-term body clenching is associated with a range of motion restrictions, stiffness, inflammation, pain, and decreased energy in your body. But here’s some good news: there are simple solutions for releasing your body from its clenched state! Here’s a handful of basic ones you can incorporate into your daily routine.
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Embrace Yourself & Let Your Past Go
High Vibrational Healing for Feeling Safe
Many people don’t feel safe in their own skin. They don’t know how to feel secure with who they are and what they do, either because of their physical body or because of their self-concept, beliefs, and fears. Fortunately, there are ways to use meditation and high vibrational healing to connect your physical body with your mind, allowing you to feel safe in your own skin without needing anyone else to validate you or make you feel whole. Learn more about feeling safe through meditation and high vibrational healing below.
1) Find Your Center
When you sit down to meditate, it’s important to understand that your meditative state isn’t just about emptying your mind of thoughts—it’s also about finding your center. This is something you should always do before you begin a new meditation session or focus on a specific part of your body. I’ll often wake up in the morning, before I check my phone or start my daily tasks, to find my center. It allows me time to think clearly and feel relaxed while starting off my day. In essence, find your center means that you should acknowledge how you are feeling mentally and physically; it gives you time to gather yourself mentally so that when things get busy or chaotic (and they will) you still know who you are. Center yourself by focusing on your breath, slowly counting from 1 to 10 as you inhale and exhale. You can even place one hand over your heart and one over your stomach—or use both hands over your heart if you feel more comfortable doing so. Spend a few moments calming yourself until you feel ready to move forward into each day with strength and calmness. Use what works best for you until it becomes a routine that puts you at ease each morning.
2) Accept Yourself
I’ve always been a firm believer in learning to accept yourself, flaws and all. The reality is that it’s hard to feel safe in your own skin if you don’t accept who you are or what you’ve done. It’s normal to dislike certain things about yourself—everyone has shortcomings—but try to focus on how far you’ve come instead of where you feel like you could be better. Accepting your strengths will lead to greater success than trying to fix perceived weaknesses. And once you’re comfortable with who you are, it becomes easier to forgive others. You can see beyond their faults and find common ground in which both parties feel safe enough to meet halfway. When two people are being truly authentic, there’s nothing they can say that won’t be accepted; when we feel emotionally safe with someone else, we let our guards down and become more vulnerable. If we can feel safe expressing who we really are and what we think, we stop judging those around us so harshly and start accepting them more easily. People can sense insincerity, so hiding behind masks never makes anyone feel 100 percent at ease with themselves or another person. Be true to yourself by accepting both your talents and quirks—it might take some time before you’re completely confident in these parts of yourself, but over time it gets easier.
3) Meditate On Acceptance
Feeling safe can be an elusive state of mind. But meditation and self-acceptance go hand in hand: Through meditation, you learn to accept yourself unconditionally, no matter how you feel about yourself at any given moment. It doesn’t always come easily, but it’s worth it in order to be able to feel safe in your own skin. Use a mantra—like I am love or I am enough—to calm yourself when feelings of inadequacy start to creep in. Embrace your life as is, with all its ups and downs; everything will pass in time, including a less-than-stellar feeling toward yourself that may strike on occasion.
4) Spend Time Doing Things You Love
This sounds self-explanatory, but we often find ourselves forgetting to take time out of our day for things that we enjoy. Whether it’s watching your favorite TV show, hanging out with friends or having a meal alone, don’t be afraid to take some time each day to do something you love. It will help you feel more at ease physically and mentally. Don’t forget: You deserve it!
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