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It all comes down to having an abundance over a scarcity mindset – which can be hard when you’re just starting out. Collaborations are easy… and finding good, smart, genuine people to collaborate with is not as hard as it sounds. You just have to choose to think abundantly. An example of this is in the health coach industry, there are a dozen awesome schools producing thousands of certified coaches. A scarcity mindset may lead you to compare, judge and get caught up in the drama. Whereas an abundance mindset with allow you to believe that each new graduate is an opportunity for Elemental Growth.
These ideas I am about to share with you are far out for the average person – this is a series written specifically for the people with an open mind, self-awareness and belief that they can heal themselves body, mind and spirit. In my book Be The Change: Your Guide to Elemental Growth I guide you through a year of transformation using the free food and medicine all around you, as well as all my favorite tools and resources which you can also find on my website elementalgrowth.org – To keep things relevant today I am going to get a lot deeper and share my ELEMENTAL YOGA SECRETS soon so stick around!
I am so happy to be posting my first entry of the new year. First on my list today is helping you prepare yourself to achieve at your Winter Resolutions. Did you know that out of all the people who make new year’s resolutions there are a mere 8% that succeed at keeping them.
What is CBD all about and why are cannabis and hemp oil all over the internet? To help you understand this rapidly growing industry, we’re going to present you with some interesting CBD statistics and facts.
Some individuals come down with various symptoms after taking in certain food types, some of these symptoms include feelings of fatigue, bloating and even digestive system discomfort. The elimination diet or exclusion diet requires a pre-study of your body system for a time span which can range between 3- 6 weeks, after which you must have noted the food substances that seem to be giving your body the irritable symptoms they come down with. During this study period span, you are to completely stay away from these suspected food types that doesn’t go well with your body, this gives your body the time it requires to return back to normal.
The fourth of the 7 chakras is known as the Heart Chakra, Anahata meaning “unstruct/unhurt”. This is the chakra I connect most with being born an air sign (libra). Air energy is associated to the breath, as well as, connection with nature and a less is more attitude. Anahata is governed by transformation and integration, the heart energy center is the bridge between our inner and outer worlds (upper and lower triangles), the heart is balance itself.
The third of the 7 chakras is known as the Navel Center Chakra, the Manipura meaning “City of Jewels”. This is where we find pearls of clarity, wisdom, confidence, and wellbeing. The secondary chakra is called Surya (sun) and it is located at the solar plexus. Manipura is associated with A-type personalities, self-esteem, sense of purpose, personal identity, willpower, digestion, and metabolism. This is also your core of stability “fire in the belly” your willpower which gives you the energy to change, grow, and take action, this is the spark we need to get things going.
The second of the 7 chakras is known as Sacral Chakra, the Svadhishthana meaning “one’s own”. Svadhisthana is known for creativity and sexual and its energy is characterized by flow and flexibility. The function of the sacral chakra is directed by the principle of pleasure, it is located above the pubic bone and it encompasses the genital region. When we are being open and creative in our daily life we open the doors to this energy and by maintaining a healthy sexual life, honoring and respecting your body we can get in touch with our emotions and see if there are any feelings you’re holding onto. When we make a commitment to this process we begin to channel those emotions in a healthy way.
The first of the 7 chakras is known as the 1st or Root Chakra, the Muladhara (root support). Although each chakra serves an important purpose the root chakra is suggested to be the most important because it is the Chakra that connects us to our physical world and governs over our physical energies, giving us a sense of safety and security with other people and ourselves.
It is important to balance this chakra first before balancing the others, from an energetic stand-point, as it is widely believed that this is where we draw our life force energy from and supports every other chakra. Like anything you must have a good foundation in order to function properly.
Talk about synchronicity, an opportunity like this presenting itself at the same time as getting a hormonal diagnosis. Not to mention how connected the chakra system and hormones are. I dug into my saving, released some ideas that were no longer relevant and carved out the time needed to succeed in this course.