Heading down the highway, bands of the past put smiles on our faces and our vocal chords rage, as with a raspy voices, we belt out the sounds of Simon and Garfunkel. Every kilometre passing my body sinks deeper into itself as the past month of massive change reverberates through my system.
The temperature gage drops to an icy 2 degrees, the air is chilly and it’s our orientation to bunk down, light the fire, indulge in a good book, go internal and nourish the soul, mind and body.
But NO… the outdoors beckons and we wander along the country road breathing in the aliveness of the country air, letting go of the fullness of the past month, stretching, moving, feeling the earth draw the tension from my body, absorbing the nourishment of the forest and recognising the congestion we so often carry unconsciously in the day to day of our full lives.
A local farmer ‘Dave’ pulls over, introduces himself and says ‘Well if you’ve got nothing to do this afternoon I’m taking the bike to round up some lambs, come along.’
Never an adventurer myself, with 1minute instruction, I mount this four wheeled wild beast, grasping the handle bars we head off through the 1st gate my heart in my mouth, “just relax” reverberating through my mind, at the first steep decent my heart beats to a rhythm it hasn’t experienced for some time. Two hours later we return having tamed the wild beast and adventured through mountains, streams and rain, shaken, rattled and rolled I’ve experienced the most glorious views that nourish the heart and feed the soul, this is what happiness is…
“Surrender to the stillness the truth you seek is already there, not the stillness in stillness but the stillness in movement.” Unknown
‘During winter many people get sick not only because of the changes in temperature but because of the decrease in solar and air prana (life energy that keeps the body alive and healthy). Thus a lot of people feel mentally and physically sluggish, depressed, lose vitality or become susceptible to infectious disease.’ says Master Choa Kok Sui International Author, Researcher and Lecturer Pranic Healing
Happiness demands that we move, cleanse and revitalise our energetic systems to create maximum health and vitality.
- Creating MOVEMENT in your body creates movement in your life; walking, running, yoga, tai chi and dancing decongest and revitalise the physical and energetic body.
- Draw energy from NATURE as the air, sun, ocean and forests have strong, nourishing, invigorating and healing energy.
- Get your vocal cords moving and SING; clearing the throat chakra, opening the ribs and chest raising your vibration … who cares if you sound like a warbling, whaling, feline!!
- Take and EPSOM SALTS bath or use salt as a scrub to cleanse away other people’s energy.
- Step out of the box, be spontaneous and do something that makes you feel FULLY ALIVE!!
Michelle facilitates interconnection of the spirit, with Mind Body Medicine taking Personal and Professional Development to a deeper level integrating Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence, Micro Movement, Neurology and Energy Work to create increased states of expansion, new possibilities and congruence in all aspects of your health and life. Michelle is facilitating on our next Quest for Life Program for people with cancer and other life threatening illness.
“Each week is like a stepping stone into another part of discovering your potential.” Client