I'm running an online course and one of the recent questions was about what types of things get and keep us off balance.
This is a very good question because balance is a complex concept and one of the fascinating multi-dimensional aspects of our human life experience.
Here is a link to a YouTube video that explains how the Schumann Resonance is changing and how that may affect life on earth.
Another good source of data on global data on fluctuations in the global energy field is the HeartMath Institute.
It could be argued that we and indeed the whole planet’s environment is out of balance because of the changes we are experiencing in the earth’s climate.
We could well argue that, in fact, life is an ongoing process of moving in and out of balance. If we are ever ‘in balance’ maybe it is only for a split second!
The work of biologist, Bruce Lipton, and others on epigenetics and cell growth teaches us that we NEED the environment to activate the DNA in the cell. It is the environment that determines what specifically will happen to the cell and what features it will develop. So, from one perspective, we need the environment to put us ‘out of balance’ in order to create a new more coherent and integrated level of balance.
The question then becomes, What are we going to do about it? Can we in fact do ANYTHING? If we can do something, what is that something?
I think there are a number of factors to consider.
Another example would be losing and gaining weight. This is normally done incrementally.
And a further example comes from psychotherapy where it is recognised that ‘going slow’ with integration of what have been unconscious patterns from the past is recommended.
In conclusion - a shorter answer
Balance isn’t a static once-and-for-all thing. We are forever out of balance. So balance is an ongoing process.
Living through a typical day puts us out of balance and we need a good night’s rest to restore that part of our system to balance.
Starting a new job puts us out of balance. We need time to adjust and settle in before we can perform at our best in the new role. And given that roles are continually changing, we need to find ways to incorporate lifelong learning so that we can have an ongoing balance of work and life.
When we talk about balance we assume a specific context. ‘I lost my balance yesterday on the slippery ice and fell over’. ‘These competitive ice skaters have incredible balance!’ ‘A person living a balanced life style will generally have a few hobbies.’
Balance is experiential. We have to be attempting to do or change something to have an experience of balance or imbalance.
I have a practical turn of mind and so I want to add to the original question.
What types of things get and keep us out of balance; and given that we are continually changing and transforming and so are never completely ‘balanced’, what is the benefit of an EMF Balancing energy session?’
I’ll answer this second part of the question with reference to the three points above.
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