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One of Dinar Land's most savvy and experienced information providers, Studley, finishes every post he makes by encouraging Dinarians to remain grounded and balanced. What does he mean when he says that, and how do we remain grounded and balanced?
Do you remember running barefoot outside as a kid or laying on the ground and looking up at the sky? Let's bring that memory to mind and imagine how you felt. Were the sounds richer? Was your vision sharper? Could you smell the soil, the grass, the flowers around you? Maybe you put a blade of grass in your mouth. What did it taste like?
Did you feel connected, warm energy coming up through your feet into your legs, and supported by the ground underneath you? Didn't you just feel so good? Imagining this experience recreates the feeling of being grounded.
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Grounding, or what scientists refer to as Earthing, is all about your connection to the Earth. Dr. James L. Oschman describes the reason why connecting with the Earth is crucial to health and well-being in his Forward to Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever by Ober, Sinatra, and Zucker:
Earthing restores and maintains the human body's most natural electrical state, which in turn promotes optimal health and functionality in daily life. The primordial natural energy emanating from the Earth is the ultimate anti-inflammatory and the ultimate anti-aging medicine.
In modern life, we spend most of our time in buildings - our homes, the office, the grocery store; wearing manmade shoes; walking on concrete and pavement. We live cut off from the natural exchange of electrons between our bodies and the Earth and Nature. Then, we wonder why we feel so many effects of stress and anxiety, have difficulty recovering from upset, experience inflammatory diseases, and age more rapidly.
What if the simple solution is living much closer to Nature, taking our shoes off and putting our bare feet on the ground for a few minutes every day? Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra supports this view when he says:
[W]e can perhaps draw some assurance at this early date in our research knowing that countless barefoot and much-closer-to-Nature generations that came before us were pretty much free of heart disease.
p. 163, Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever.
Since the Dinar experience is stressful for most, what I suggest is that you take a 15-minute Nature break, at least twice a day. If you are lucky enough to have a yard or outdoor relaxation area at work, take your coffee or tea outside and put your feet or sit directly on the ground.
If you live or work in an urban environment, go to a local park at lunch, sit next to a tree, and eat your lunch el fresco. On the weekend, take you and your family to a nature preserve for a picnic, where you take your shoes off and connect with the ground. Then, notice and perhaps diary any improvements in your emotional state and physical health.
Finally, if you hear some intel and you react with fear-based emotions (anger, fear, frustration, anxiety), the best thing you can do it take a walk and focus on Nature all around you. Taking your shoes and socks off will enhance this experience.
We commonly are trained to believe that our most effective success strategy is to remain in activity, to push ourselves beyond the capability of our body to sustain that activity. We believe our value resides in what we do. We hear success coaching that says, "If it's to be, it's up to me." "Take massive action." "People quit acting just before they achieve their goal."
While these teachings can be motivating for those who are stuck in inertia or don't understand appropriate activity levels for manifesting goals, the truth of the matter is that every project, goal, relationship, connection has an active and resting phase.
We see the active/resting phases of manifesting/actualization most easily in Nature. A seed falls to the ground (active). It lays on the ground (resting) until a squirrel comes by and knocks it deeper into the soil (active). The seed remains in the ground, and if we were to dig it up while it's germinating, it would look like nothing is happening (resting). Then, all of a sudden the seed bursts open and shoots a sprout up through the soil (active). The germination process demonstrates the perfect balance in Nature of active and resting phases.
Typically, many Dinarians believe that they must stay in activity in order to participate in the creation of the RV event. So, they come into chat many times a day, seek out articles, spend countless hours analyzing information, worry, and develop more strategies for participating in yet more activity.
The problem with activity dominating your RV experience is that you overgive. In action, you give away energy/power, and if you constantly give without replenishing your energy resources, you will become exhausted.
If you maintain this pattern, eventually you will have nothing left to give, and it is when your energy is depleted, that you are susceptible to cascading problems in your life. When you overgive like this, you have the least amount of resources to solve these challenges.
Even though it is counter to the training we receive in the world, what if we choose to take rest periods? What if we listen to soothing music, watch a feel good video, read a book, meditate, pray, have a massage, take naps, go to bed at a reasonable hour? How would this improve our RV experience? The answer to these questions will amaze you.
You CANNOT receive money, time, help, resources or anything else in an active phase of manifestation. You only receive when you are at rest. What if the reason the RV hasn't happened for you is that you are overgiving and under-receiving?
What if resting and being quiet would not only balance your RV experience but bring its fruition forward in your life?
I often look to the Scriptures because so much wisdom is shared there. Psalm 46:10 says: "Be still and know that I AM God." When you have done everything you know how to do and put your situation before the God of your understanding, then stop your activity and be still.
You cannot receive inspiration when you talk. You cannot hear the messages that answer your prayers unless you are quiet. You cannot be given help or the RV event until you receptive, quiet, still.
Some Concluding Thoughts
As a chat moderator, I empathize with everyone's RV experience. There are so many people who would benefit from the RV now. The reason why I chose to make this particular post, based on Studley's advice, is because the tools we are taught by our families, schools, churches, work places, seminars are ineffective.
These people don't give us ineffective tools to be cruel; they just share with us the ineffective tools that they had been given. So, let's stop the insanity (doing the same thing over and over again, when we know it doesn't work, and expecting different results) and adopt a few simple changes in our lives so that we can enhance our RV experience and open ourselves up to receiving the New Wealth that we have hoped and prayed for.
Tomorrow I will be posting on the Power of Asking Questions.
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