27 October 2009 3 Comments

Being In Your Body, Part I

Being in your body can make a huge difference in the way you experience life. This three part article tells you what this means, why is matters, and what it has to do with energy healing.

I recently treated a client who seized up her back. Her muscles were locked up on only one side. Through a series of questions I traced her issue back to the weight room. I balanced her back muscles, which had been activated unevenly by compensating for her weaker arm, working the strong side harder and twisting a bit as she used an upper body machine.

What does this have to do with being in your body? Keep reading!

PileBalancing the client’s muscles did not relieve her. I discovered that her issue had more to do with energy. She had dissociated when she lifted the weights, going on automatic. Two things happened with energy:

She absorbed energy that did not belong with her.

Her muscles were still reacting as if she were lifting weights.

When I cleared out the energy she had taken on she felt part way better immediately. As soon as I ‘told’ her muscles she was no longer in the weight room her discomfort went away.

This incident interests me because it speaks to the extent that energy impacts the body. Energy work is not just about messing with someone’s aura. Real physical results occur! Energy impacts our bodies in countless ways.

It also interests me because the problem occurred after dissociating or spacing out. Even while doing something as totally physical as lifting weights it is possible to be less than present in our bodies. Present means sensing and attentive; showing up.

I’ll say more about being in the body in Part II, under the Values category of site navigation. LINK

What do you notice about whether or not you are present in your body?

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3 Responses to “Being In Your Body, Part I”

  1. Michele Marie 27 November 2009 at 10:24 pm #

    Yesterday I tried sesame oil and today coconut oil. I like coconut oil flavor better than sesame oil so I will use coconut oil. After brushing my teeth sometimes the brushing is harsh on the gum but using the oil pull, it makes the brushing of the teeth much gentle on the gum and the whole mouth feels so fresh and clean. Thank you for offering this wonderful technique!

  2. rene 20 December 2009 at 6:30 am #

    i feel at one with my body unless around – energy still working on that sheild

    • Teresa Dietze 20 December 2009 at 1:42 pm #

      I responded to this under your comment on Do You See the Dead post as the two were related.

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