Much of our current wellness messaging is about unplugging and retreating. I do believe this disconnect is important to break away from present currents based on models and programs that no longer serve our greatest good.
Then comes a limbo phase of if not this, then what?
We seek, explore, discover.
In this journey of exploration, identifying that with which to connect is important. Into which source do I plug and with what do I connect?
The answer is divinity. God, Spirit, Source, The Universe, The All, Love, whatever you may call this force, is the answer. How? Through tools and practices.
Amongst many go-to’s, Yin Yoga and guided meditation are particularly helpful because you are led and guided further into your body and toward deeper stillness. You slow down and allow your awareness to move and rest in the body. Insights are free to flow and inner wisdom accessed.
What each of us needs varies in every moment and from day to day. Yin and meditation, both ultimately yoga, are practices we can explore to help us connect with the divine through our physical and subtle bodies. Once dialed into this divine current, our intuition strengthens, we move toward wholeness and acceptance, and our inner landscape grows and blossoms.