I think that creative expression is the key to making a good life and attracting more of what we love.
When I first learned the law of attraction I was worried about what I was attracting and how that was affecting my life. I got so caught up in this mental space that I had to drop into my body in order to sort things out. The sorting turned into a natural rebirth of sorts. I felt alive for the first time. Truly present and embodying something deeper and more visceral than gratitude. I was truly accepting the gift of being alive.
While my mind is still catching up with this, I love it. I channel my thoughts while being grounded in the moment as I always dreamed was possible. And now I focus creative energy into the present.
This is actually what I want. With this I can safely choose to let go of what is coming to me because everything that is being shared by me is completely genuine. I feel compelled to share how to do this, so here’s the how to:
The process of felt embodiment can be scary at first. We often avoid embodiment because it can hold a lot of past fear and pain, so I suggest starting slow. However the rewards are a genuine playfulness, a sense of wonder and joy.
The first step is to become centered in your breathing. to do this place one hand on your stomach (near your belly button) and another on your chest.
Now breathe in through your nose. Draw breath moving up from your belly and into your chest. Feel it moving from one hand to the other. If you have a hard time I like to imagine my torso as a tunnel with breath moving from the bottom to the top.
On the exhale breathe from the chest down to the belly button. Eventually you will feel this as one natural movement.
Next you want to imagine breath moving from your feet and into your chest on the inhale. Keep your hands on your stomach and chest an feel the sensations in your body as they change (or not, that’s okay too!). It’s smart to be curious about this process. We all jump to conclusions about what we’re experiencing. Our minds do this for good reason, we classify things so that we can move through this world without getting overwhelmed. However in reality things are always changing. When you’re in a safe and quiet place it is time slow down and be curious about yoru experience.
this allows time for you to truly be here. This is the first step to becoming embodied, being centered on the breath and investigating what you’re experiencing. A good question I like to ask is “who is experiencing all of this? this gives me a focus for my investigating and instead of finding answers I more deeply appreciate the mysteries of life.