There is a lot stirring, and stirred up, in the shared field in which we breathe, move, and have our being.

My heart hurts for my friends and the First Responders in the fire zones in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and that’s just one ‘hot spot’ in the world just now.

With the challenges and joys of now, and the Season of Lights upon us, we’re always at our most skillful, compassionate, creative, and constructive when we’re able to soothe the agida and calm the Lizard Brain.

Woman and Labyrinth. PD image from pd4pic.

For most of us, that’s deep and daily practice — sometimes easier, sometimes more than a little bit challenging if we’ve been swept off our feet by a Monstah Wave slamming in from out of nowhere. Perhaps you, like me, have experienced one or two of those?

The Dalai Lama has said that those who say they’re too busy to meditate are the ones who need it most.

So, too, when we’re feeling the muck swirling around (and through) us, or knocked wildly from our center, is our energy hygiene most important.

Here’s one approach to calming and soothing the discordant energy, so that we’re able to respond (rather than react) from a place of greater creativity, clarity, insight, and inspiration, and align with more of the Grace waves (or re-center more quickly from the Monstah Waves).

Joanna McEwen, Sound Therapist, talks about the emerging science and ancient wisdom of vibrational healing and aligning with serendipity:

Joanna mentions the Pachelbel Canon as one of her ‘go to’ music medicines:

(and the 1 hour version, if you really want to immerse in the experiment)

A related musing:

Out of Fear-Spin and Into the Heart, Illuminated

For an ally and ‘believing mirror’ as you find your center, and stir fresh vision and momentum to take you into 2018:

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Featured Image Credit: The tunnel of São Martinho do Porto, Portugal. PD image by Alvesgaspar via WikiCommons.

Emerald Green Butterfly. Image courtesy of Nature's Crusaders.
Emerald Green Butterfly. Image courtesy of Nature’s Crusaders.

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