Reality is inherently grounding. The more in touch with it we are, the more grounded we feel. This is true on every level: physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual. --John J. Prendergast

Four Stages of Groundedness

Four Stages of Groundedness

Jun 10, 2021-- "The ground is both a metaphor and a felt sense. As a metaphor, it means to be in touch with reality. As a felt sense, it refers to feeling our center of gravity low in the belly and experiencing a deep silence, stability, and connection with the whole of life. Feeling grounded does not require contact with the earth; it can happen anywhere and anytime -- even when we're flat on our backs in a rowboat." John Prendergast shares more on the four stages of groundedness. (5460 reads)


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