How are things going for you? What is helping you stay strong during this time of challenge?
Do you know what is the number one thing that my clients struggle with?
It’s not backache, or feeling anxious, or grief...though those things are very real and come up to be dealt with from an energy imbalance standpoint…
No. It’s dehydration.
Not enough water. Nowhere near enough water.
You see, our bodies are about 60% water (with blood, brain, heart, lungs, muscles, and kidneys being close to 80% water).
So, if you are skimping on your intake of good, pure water, you are making it very difficult for your body to process its processes in a healthy way.
I do muscle testing in my energy work with clients. That means that I “tune in” to your energy field and subconscious to ask yes or no questions. Your subconscious just doesn’t lie. I get the readings through my trained intuition or through the pendulum I use that energetically responds to your energy field.
And, over and over again, it tells clients to drink more of the right kind of water for them. Not sodas, not fruit juices, not coffees--just good, clean water that is right for them. It will even tell us if a certain type of water is needed and for how long.
Because we are all so often behind in our water drinking.
It really can help to process those strong emotions that we’re all feeling right now if you are properly hydrated. For most of us, the healthcare professionals suggest 8-10 cups of water a day, depending on your size.
Emotions are energies and sometimes they get stuck in us. And energies attract more like-energies, meaning, e.g. anger energies will attract more anger energies.
If you are properly hydrated, those emotion energies can flow out of you rather than stay stuck
inside your body where they will later fester and cause problems.
So, good, wholesome water it is, Friends. Add it to your list of things to be aware of in your daily living.
Sending you blessings from my heart,
Certified Body Code Practitioner, life coach and energy healer, former non-profit executive with years of experience in caring for and about people and their place in this world. Friend of refugees and immigrants, ally to the addiction recovery community--all with respect, love, and compassion for mutual healing.