Whether it’s hurricane winds, a dust storm, or a delightful fall day ushering in cooler temperatures, the winds bring awareness that change is bubbling up to the surface for release. This sudden sensation felt as pelting rain on your face or dust stuck in your eyebrows brings an unseen change to your physical senses.
If you have ever had a major injury, a torn knee ligament, a sprained ankle, or a torn rotor cuff in your shoulder, you seem to have this uncanny ability to predict the weather. These old injuries and wounds become activated with such lion ferocious intensity that you can easily tell if its going to be a gentle storm, with 100 mph winds. Or a 50-degree drop in temperature. Your body knows something is up. The environment is changing, and it may or may not feel so great.
It’s pretty rad your body knows before your mind catches on, right?
This amazing ability is more easily tapped into than most realize.
This time of year, we all feel it. The seasons change. The leaves begin to turn color. The spices you want in a meal change. Quickly a light fruit bowl is replaced with a heavy, hardy, rich soup.
It’s simple. Your body simply knows and feels the shift. Words cannot describe it. You know something is different. You feel a yearning for something to be different. Something new to excite you again as a kid seeks out a new candy.
Your body feels stuck and stagnation. Something is ready to be released. That old wound that caused scar tissue in the joints is ready for movement again. What shift is on the horizon? What’s ready to emerge even though words are forthcoming?
It’s harvest season after all. Some of what you planted grew to far-reaching heights while other seeds withered in the hot sun. It’s the time of year to bring everything back into harmony. This is a great shift.
What’s too little?
What’s too much?
What depletes you?
What invigorates you?
What’s so peaceful and tender that the next layer of depth is ready to be revealed?
As the equinox fast approaches, carefully reflect upon these vital and soul-directing questions.
The billionaire, the monk, the artist, and the project manager all have the same 24 hours and seven days a week. How you choose to spend each and every minute will affect each relationship and affect each situation you are in. What makes us have peace of mind, a joyful heart, a healthy body, and a nourished soul differ for each person. That choice is what makes you thrive.
Do you know what makes you come alive? It’s time to bring this back into harmony with all facets of your life.
The shift in seasons brings an opportunity to shed light on what makes you come alive inside. To bring life into harmony, reflect on nature and restore your life to the harmony that brings joy, love, and fun.
Wishing you an abundant, joyful, and prosperous day!
Chief Energy Officer
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