I got a bit of a surprise/shock once, while holding a long nylon flag mast upright. And though I was holding it as still as I could - it was waving around from side to side a fair bit on the far end.
If the mast was shorter, it wouldn't have waved as much. If it was longer, it would have waved more. It was a couple of metres long, so there was no faking it - the guy (bless him) who accidentally delivered the bombshell knew I was stressed.
We are a little like those flag masts. Sometimes we go WAY out of our bodies in shock. And often we don't come right back in again.
When we are way out, our highs can seem incredibly high and our lows incredibly low and we can feel like we sway wildly from side to side. It's an unpleasant ride if you feel like life does this 'to you'.
Really it's just about learning and making friends with your body and the earth. This is a big indicator that we need to ground ourselves and instead of being at the far end of everything, swaying wildly, we need to come back into the body, close to the earth and hunker down.
Remember, remember to ground - it may save you the heartache of thinking there is something seriously wrong with you or that the whole world is against you.
An EARTH IMBALANCE can sometimes feel a bit scary, like you are teetering at high altitude. Life is a whole lot simpler when you're grounded.
Lay on the grass and ask to gently return to your body, ask to let the reality of love back in and to let fear and worries dissipate so you have room to be in your body properly. Be gentle with yourself. Get familiar with how you feel when you are grounded and set reminders to check yourself now and then. Some people, due to their sensitivity, have a hard time remaining in their bodies, so reminders are good.
I hope you find this useful. You're most welcome to share if you feel called to.
In love and miracles,
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