The practice of meditation strengthens and balances our air element by focusing on our mental well-being and strengthening our connection to the intellectual aspect of ourselves. On top of this, meditation can also be used in connection with other emotional or spiritual aspects of our life and health, and because of this is incredible for our general mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Even just 10 minutes a day, will see a measurable change in your life.
We deserve to experience existence without fear of failing to meet someone’s expectations, especially our own. Our life is a miracle. That we woke up to enjoy it at all is incredible. Remind yourself that you are a being, and know that is the only requirement to be. When we’re busy with the flow of the day, ask ourselves what things we actually have to do, and why. If we can remove expectations, then we can certainly transform suffering into healing
It is easy for us to get caught up in doing the things that we feel like we must do every day, and forgetting about the things that we long for, dream of, or crave. While these may not immediately feel like necessities, they are just as important as feeding our family, feeding ourselves, earning a living, or paying bills.
When we are imbalanced in our elemental air, we find ourselves nervous, anxious, seeking to control the scenarios around us. We get wrapped up in thought and live in made-up realities inside our own mind. Brain fog clouds the reality in front of us and we can become flighty, spacey and jittery by nature. Physical manifestations of this could make us underweight, frail, or give us trouble breathing, moving or sleeping. To address the issues of imbalance inside our air element, we have to analyze for deficit or excess.
As the core mission of Elementalism is to bring balance to the four elements within your life, we have to understand the states of imbalance elements. These two states are Deficit and Excess, meaning either too little, or too much. Each element can become either deficient or excessive, and when that happens to us, it […]