We are all born with an innate spiritual compass, an internal guidance system. This is also known as your heart center, your center of being, or simply your center. Your center is an energetic space that can be found through a state of self-reflection, contemplation, or meditation. Finding and staying centered in your heart supports general health and well-being, and provides an energetic structure of harmony and balance.
Coming back to your center is helpful when you are feeling:
An important first step in the process of connecting with your internal compass is understanding what pulls you off center. To do so, begin by reflecting upon the times when you feel uncentered. Then do your best to process the catalyst, the source of that which moved you away from your heart center. Having a good understanding of what pulls you off center is essential to implementing the proper tools necessary in bringing about a more harmonious and balanced state of being.
Once you have a good understanding of what moves you away from your heart center, you will more easily be able to move back into your internal compass of being. Coming back to center is as easy as spending some time in a quiet location as you focus on your breath or the rhythm of your heartbeat. It really is that simple. Additionally, walking or hiking in nature as a meditative practice, drumming, connecting with and expanding your sense of joy and gratitude, or any creative process can move you into a centered space of being.
So, the next time you are feeling out of sorts, take a moment to center yourself. Do so on a regular basis and you will reap the rewards of a calmer more grounded life experience.
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