How To Tap Into The Heartbeat of Life
Do you feel like you may be out of rhythm? I don't mean while dancing or even singing, but out of rhythm with life, in general.
I've felt like this often in my life but didn't have the words to explain the lack of rhythm that I felt.
Our bodies operate to the rhythm of our heartbeat. When we have the cohesion of the brain and heart, things just seem to go our way.
- Doors open easier
- Opportunities come knocking.
- People are kind and loving.
- We feel good about ourselves, our relationships, our careers, our choices...
- But too many of us DON'T have that brain-heart cohesion.
- We're out of sorts, out of whack with the heartbeat of life.
- To get back on track, we have to return to our individual rhythm.
This can be done in so many ways - and the best part of it all, is that's honestly kind of fun.
Here are my favorite ways to get back into the rhythm (I just did one of them this morning, which is what inspired this post)
1. Follow your internal circadian rhythm
We have an internal clock within us that relies on the seasons and light and darkness. Our ancestors would wake up with the sun and go to sleep with the sun....but with the addition of bright lights in our homes and offices and spending too much time indoors, we have lost our connection to that internal clock.
I know I said this has nothing to do with dancing, but omg, YES IT DOES. If you are trying to add movement into your day, or are already really active, I urge you to wake up a little earlier in the morning and get some dancing in.
I like to put on Ayla Nereo or Ayla Schafer super loudly (or in my headphones) and just move my body.
This morning, I got up and put on "shamanic drumming" on YouTube, put an eye cover on my face, laid down, and got to business.
Within 5 minutes, I had raised my vibration, let go of an annoying issue that was bothering me, brought more CHI and PRANA into my body, and I was ready to take on the day.
If you don't know how to do breathwork, there are so many super helpful guides out there.
4. Listening to 528 Hz Music
The most elemental state of vibration is that of sound. Everything has an optimum range of vibration (frequency), and that rate is called resonance. When we are in resonance, we are in balanced. Every organ and every cell in our precious body absorbs and emits sound with particular optimum resonate frequency. 432hz and 528hz tuned music creates resonance in our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body.