After significant life events, there often is a need to rebirth ourselves and raise from the ashes so that we can fully land into the new space, new way of living. Any new beginning requires recognition the depth of that beginning and an assimilation process to it as if you are just taking your first breath in this newly starting life. One would realize such a significant transformation by finding faith in its body and mind and gently releasing one’s self into this experience.
So then, how one can give a rebirth to oneself? It requires a warrior-like awareness to understand one’s own behavioral patterns, where the fear is sliding in and contaminating the responses. It necessitates significant amount of quality time with one’s self so that one can reestablish new neural pathways to create a new, loving, kind, compassionate responses to whatever it is happening in the experience. And it requires qualities of yin, the feminine principle of nourishment, stillness, love; after all you need a time to gestate prior to the birth.
When one takes up such a journey of change in anything such as a new relationship, moving to a new location, starting up a new career, etc., meditation; daily restorative, hatha, yin types of yoga practices, gentle diet, being in the nature and any kind of creative activity where one connects to one’s higher-self becomes very helpful.
I have an upcoming guided meditation session to support any kind of new in anyone’s life. To learn more, visit Upcoming Events.
May you find the courage to rebirth yourselves into the most potent and fertile versions of you with ease…
Further resources: #DyingtobeMe by #AnitaMoorjani, #ProofofHeaven by #EbenAlexander, MD
Tijen Genco, MS, PCC, MBB, E-RYT200