A Mind Exercise for Grounding In The Truth ~
Many people realize how important grounding in the truth is because external power struggles can so easily uproot us from our true intentions. Staying centered requires that you know how to use the power of your mind to control your own energy.
This Five Step Mind Exercise from RESOLVE uses positive affirmations and the Intuitive Learning Circles™ to quickly help you when you:
- Are having difficulty getting grounded
- Feel caught up in a power struggle
- Need to disconnect from an intrusive person
- Feel trapped by agendas from other people
- Are wasting energy on the past
- Are worrying or fearful about the future
- Can’t think straight or get dependable guidance
- Are experiencing poor boundaries.
Here’s how Grounding in the Truth works:
Put both feet flat on the floor and start with your arms and legs uncrossed. Simply gaze softly at the images while you repeat the affirmations that go with them for several minutes. Relax and breathe. Here’s an example:
“I use them to be present and aware so that I can actualize my Souls purpose.”
“I use them to help me protect myself appropriately.”
“I am aware of what’s most important.”
You will probably feel a lot of energy moving – that’s all right, that means the Circles are working to focus your mind and clean up your energy. You will know you’re done when the energy calms down and you can think clearly. Then you can move on to the remaining Circles with each of their affirmations to complete the process. Once you’re done, remember to relax and allow your energy to settle.
Mind Body Integration
Feel free to move at anytime in any way to help you embody your experience!
Step One: Begin by establishing a strong intention stated in the positive.
You might want to write it down. Examples:
“I maintain my integrity and am true to myself.”
“I gather my resources to be successful in my current endeavors.”
I keep myself safe and healthy, ” etc.
Step Two – Resolve
Gaze softly at the Circle while affirming these thoughts:
“I detach from petty assumptions, ego concerns and things that don’t matter.”
“I disconnect from unproductive projects and inappropriate people.”
“I resolve to use my power wisely on what’s genuinely good for me.”
“I release all subconscious agreements to tap into other people’s energy or to allow them to tap into mine.”
Step Three ~ Self-determination
Connect to this Circle through your breath, then continue with these affirmations:
“I reclaim all of my energy, power and gifts.”
“I use them to be present and alert.”
“I use them to create my Souls purpose.”
Step Four – Centering
Bring your awareness to your heart center and keep breathing:
“I am centered and my heart is strong.”
“I let go of _________, anxiousness, pain, sorrow, etc.”
“I know how to nourish myself appropriately.”
“I maintain healthy boundaries. My life is my own.”
Step Five- Grounding
Take all the time you need with this Circle until you feel stable and calm.
“My feet are firmly planted on the Earth.”
“I slow down and step carefully.”
“I am connected with and grounded in the truth.”
“I am ___________________________.”
Your energy is more your own and you’ll have a much easier time staying grounded now. Remember, a person whose energy is balanced and grounded benefits everyone. Be sure to take some time to relax and rest.
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Grounding in the Truth is one of seven self-care formulas and mind exercises from RESOLVE, a handbook for staying true and following through on your intentions by Rheanni Lightwater.
Cultivating a daily self-care practice prevents burnout and crisis fatigue, even highly sensitive people. Each exercise can be used “on the go” to help you bridge the gap between limited, fear-based reactions and the life you’ve resolved to create.
This mind exercise should not be considered as an exclusive method of treatment. The appropriate medical or psychotherapeutic authorities should be consulted for the diagnosis and treatment of any medical or psychological condition. The information and practices described on this website are best considered as an adjunct to orthodox medical or psychological treatments.