Sunday, 19 March 2017 19:11

Tips for Handling Intense Energy Shifts

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Tips to navigate an everyday life in the physical world while such intense inner changes are still occurring - even after YEARS of this stuff.

Daydream about my fantasy perfect life – the more outlandish the better this works for me.

Sit in a hot tub – even in the overly chlorinated one at the YMCA near me.

Sit on a bench by the ocean.

Once in a while, walk by the ocean or in a heavily treed area.

Meditate – best way for me is by the ocean or in a copper pyramid.

Bless everyone I can think of, whether I know him/her or not (Trump gets lots of blessings).

Expand my awareness into the energy of Love that I know I am (i.e. letting myself feel it).

Just put one foot in front of another and doing the work I do to earn some income – just move.

Skip along a sidewalk or street - singing outloud or to myself.  Just be silly.

Write a journal entry with every little thought that passes through my head.

Make art that expresses how I feel or doesn’t.  The sillier the better for me.

Read distracting books – the more outlandish (usually funny or sci fi) the better this works for me.

Go to the movies.  A friend of mine watches old sitcoms.

Get on the computer and scroll through some favorite websites – Huffingtonpost or youtube.

Call friends who will talk nonsense until I feel better or who have some healing affinity and can help me calm.

Sleep when I am pulled into it – even in the middle of the day – or accepting when I cannot sleep at night.

Thank everyone who has ever crossed my path, including spirits and energy beings.

Write blogs or Facebook entries that I know others will read.

Breathe heavily and loudly. 

ASK MY GUIDES AND HGHER SELF AND THE UNIVERSE TO MAKE IT  EASER - then thank them for doing it.

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