It’s so easy to confine, resign or label yourself as made up of only certain elements. We give so much weight to thought and action. Thought is often noisy, if not troubled. Action becomes the means by which we judge ourselves and others. Thought fires off again and again and again and again, and then again and again and again and again, releasing thought-form from your body into the world. Action and judgement become entwined, creamed together like the sugar and butter of life as if without action, we are nothing. We forget to be still and allow ourselves to rise.
Lock-down or no lock-down, either way, people are struggling. Stress, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness were already their own kind of pandemic. 2020 is feeding our fears and stressors. It’s challenging our sense of connection and value. We’re being asked to re-evaluate how we live — with our environment and with each other. This necessary chaos is unsettling, uncomfortable and unfamiliar. Online kinesiology can help you through this time.