Some of my most treasured moments have been when dancing alone in nature. I have shared a secret ecstasy with the forest in California, with the cliffs in Greece and with the sea in Israel.
If I am feeling glum, disconnected, tired, cranky or out of sorts, this little practice can nourish, soothe and bathe me in good feelings quickly and easily.
In this in-between time that we find ourselves in collectively, so much lands on top of the normal challenges of life. It can feel tempting to look for answers outside of ourselves.
There are so many amazing resources and zoom calls happening with tips on how to stay resourced and regulated. But lately, I’ve felt a little overwhelmed by it all. I’ve found myself needing to return to simplicity and create a pause amidst the noise.
Here is a grounding practice I do that has been an anchor for me through life, a way to stabilize my body and open to receive the infinite resources of Earth.
For many years, I have been totally in love with mantras and sacred texts as a way of tuning into a deeper wisdom and greater awareness.