What’s in a Word
Words are spells, that is why it is called Spelling. Words are used as symbols to quantify and qualify our reality. Yet, what happens when we are diagnosed with words that take our power away and give it to our dis-ease(s)?
Let’s take Polarity for instance. What does it mean to have polarity? Poles of course; to have electro-magnetism, an attraction to opposites. Our Earth and Sun both have 2 poles; North and South.
Akin to the planet on which we reside, we too have poles. We have a Right/Head poles (+) and a Left/Feet pole (-), their electrical charges creating a magnetism. When opposite poles contact each other, there is an attractive current connecting them
When we look at the word bi-polar, it suggests a disconnection between Two Poles. The reality is we are polar beings and when we begin to feel bi-polar it is because we are disconnecting ourselves from the connection to All That Is and separating ourselves from the world.
What does it mean to be “bi-polar?” The DSM-5 defines a person with Bipolar I disorder into 6 Categories;
- Single Manic Episode
- Most Recent Episode Hypomanic
- Most Recent Episode Manic
- Most Recent Episode Mixed
- Most Recent Episode Depressed
- Most Recent Episode Unspecified
This describes the mood swings which serves as diagnostic criteria for Bipolar — it does not describe HOW a person begins to feel bi-polar.
If you are someone who is diagnosed as bi-polar, it is rooted in a misalignment of chakras. Our chakras help our body through neurological and hormonal regulation. Our chakras integrate light codes into information and allow assimilation. If we are suffering from dis-ease(s) such a disconnect of poles, the ease is found in reconnecting them.
When our body is out of alignment, the aura is constricted or too open, there may be stains on it from trauma. Our ability to integrate light energy is imbalanced. One way to seek balance and open up your chakras to alignment is a practice known as Earthing, or Grounding. If everything is energy, then all we need is more energy right? And what better way than Grounding into Her.
Grandmother Earth’s surface carries a powerful electrical charge due to the movement of free electrons. She carries on her, an abundant flow of energy which we may easily access through our feet. Our feet not only carry a negative charge, they also have on them a whole map of our body systems directly connected to our reflexes. Reflexes control our chemical synapses. By Grounding into Her, you can connect more energy to your reflexes allowing a sufficient attractive current to flow through you and promote balance within your systems.
When we have sufficient energy in our body, our immune systems are supercharged and ready to rumble. When we are suffering from a dis-ease, it can be greatly alleviated by rebooting and recharging our body’s battery. Our body’s battery is it’s nervous system, it is a pure electrochemical system of connections carrying information as light codes throughout the entire body.
Earthing allows us to give our stagnant energies back to Grandmother Earth, supercharge our body’s batteries and promote heart health, cardiovascular health, improved tissue blood and oxygen flow, and improved immunity. I would recommend 5 minutes a day, if possible.
Other Grounding Options
The weather may impede our desire to stand outside barefoot to ground down. Luckily, there are other practices one can do to spark the creativity and open up other dimensions of healing.
- Daily prayer of Gratitude promotes a great-ttiude
- Eating foods from the earth; roots, vegetables, fruit, legumes with emphasis on eating locally/organically
- Tree Hug; find a giving tree to visit and meditate with, hug and give back to
- Green Thumb; planting and connecting to Her with your hands is an excellent way of rooting yourself
- Polarity therapy