I never seem to get lucky with orchids. Maybe I water them too much or put them in a wrong place, but they don’t seem to have that long of a life with me. As I look at the beautiful blooms of yesterday here on my desk, I wonder what I could do to nourish them to make them last longer, live longer and serve longer.
Devices need power, so when they are out of juice, we plug them to a nearest power point. What do we, humans do when we run out of energy? How do we recharge ourselves? To understand this phenomenon we are going to learn where we get energy from in the first place. This visualisation exercise takes us on a journey with a little sponge swimming in a bathtub. It tells us all where we get energy from and the three basic ways we can keep our bodies recharged at all times.
You may think “I am so good at sleeping that I can do it with my eyes closed”. Some people apply this principle to eating and drinking, thinking they do it well enough with their eyes closed to nourish their bodies. Some of us live in plenty and some of us live in time of need, but going back to beliefs, it is up to us to choose what theory to believe in when it comes to our health and vitality. I personally think all answers can be found in the nature, so if I was a hunter-gatherer, the size of my palm would be the best guide for the perfect daily meal intake that the exercise reflects on. The modern market-driven world conditions us for a different belief taxing us on our income and never on our consumption.
Here is the entire Self-Love and Healing video series – to start at the beginning, scroll to the bottom.