Your physical body feels rather cracked and dry today. That means too much air – visions that suppress and block actions instead of giving them space for expression. Airy earth needs more water to balance out.
But, first of all, it is important that you express what you have experienced in the journey through your physical body. Sit down and portray what you have experienced. This can be done through words, or through colors, through pictures, drawings, collages – there are no limits to your imagination. It is important that you give the inner, spiritual experience an external, material expression, because in this way the connection between your soul and the physical part of your self is strengthened and anchored more deeply.
After you’ve expressed your experience, here’s how to balance your airy earth with water:
Empower yourself to express your feelings. Create a space for yourself in which you can do this without involving others. Just you and your feelings are in it, you, expressing your feelings. The wall in your room doesn’t care if you yell at it. The tree in the forest doesn’t mind being shouted at. Your favorite plush toy doesn’t judge your tears, and the punching bag is more than open to being hit by you. Allow yourself radical emotional expression, be it your anger, your joy, your love, your hate – just in such a way that it does not hurt any other being. In this way you get closer to your feelings and learn to deal with them constructively.
Now, let’s move on to your
INFORMATION AND ADDITIONAL TIPS
NOURISHING IMPRESSIONS FOR THE PHYSICAL BODY ARE:
As many and as long hugs and cuddles as possible
Do something with your physical body that you like to do on earth, for example dancing, singing, a sport, giving or receiving a massage, trying out the Wim Hof method, looking for and trying out various breathing techniques on YouTube, search for some good videos on Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Yoga and try to do a few exercises.
LIBERATING EXPRESSIONS FOR THE PHYSICAL BODY ARE:
Shake it off!
Run – not jog, run as fast and as far as you can
Swimming or at least dipping your feet or hands in a river, lake or ocean and surrendering to the feeling that arises when the physical body is in a body of water
Crying, Screaming, Bathing, Screeching, Hitting a pillow