How to Ground yourself in 5 easy ways.

Hey lovely soul! Let's talk about intentional grounding.

Grounding, because is essential to our well being but also because it is a practice that has been lost trough time.

Everything done with intention gets done better and can also assist us into a life of more alignment. Intentional grounding is about consciously doing so with a CLEAR intention, for me often is to bring me back to center, to calm myself after an intense PTSD episode, and to align me with my spirit and physical body so i don't feel space out.

Intentions can be change as you need, but always be clear as to why you are grounding, for what purpose are you doing so.

What are the Benefits of Intentional Grounding?

  • More connected bring you back to your center.

  • Gain clarity.

  • Improves sleep and digestion

  • lowers stress and anxiety

  • Improve your Energy levels

  • Helps with PMS

  • Regulates heart and lowers blood pressure

  • Minimize inflamación and More.

How do you know if You might be ungrounded:

  • Feel Dizzy or space out

  • Easily Distracted

  • Lost in time

  • poor concentration

  • Inability to communicate effectively

  • Feel unsafe in the world

  • Accident prone, Clumsy

  • Numbness lower body

  • Easily irritated or overwhelmed

5 Easy ways to ground:

1. Walking barefoot for 5+ minutes.

2. Putting your bare feet on the ground while taking deep slow breaths for 10+ minutes.

3. Doing a workout or going for a run.

4. Guided Grounding Meditation: There are many free options on youtube.

5. Technology for earthing, Healy message me for more info), earthing mats, earthing sheets Check amazon, there are a few options there.

yes is that easy, remember my mojo is to live a life within the flow of universe, living easily, having fun. Hope the helps you start your daily grounding practice, remember that No matter what you do or use to ground, make sure to do it daily for long lasting results and a centered grounding life.


Suhanna - The SpiritWalker

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