What is the best way to cope with the extreme heat, and cold we are experiencing?
There are two ways to make intolerable weather, tolerable:
Firstly, apply the principle we've been learning about for years: one strengthens what one opposes. Don't oppose the weather. Envision and intend that the cold, or heat moves through you. It cannot effect you if you become a conduit.
The second way to deal with any discomfort: imagine a dial knob on and around the naval area and that it can be used to adjust your density. If you turn it clockwise, it makes you more and more etheric and less material. Turn it until you can no longer feel your discomfort.
Turn it counter clockwise if you want to become more dense and more physical — to experience sensual moments, like eating or sexuality, for instance.
I've used the above methods successfully for many years.
OH this is such a great fix it!!! You are the best ever Almine!
Ekaterina Kapotova says
Great! Thank you!
Barbara Kathryn says
Thank you, this encourages me to experiment with your method. It's similar to what I used to do when I very occasionally went directly from my wildish rural life into a big city like Edinburgh, Marseille or Paris. I learned to close something down so that i wouldn't be shattered. And then could enjoy these cities as before. I had come to realise how 'open' I had become just herding my goats on a hillside or roaming the Highlands. Once I realised this I could prepare my body just before leaving home for these cities.
The opposite may be why city folk are often insensitive visitors to our countrysides. They don't know how to 'dial in'.
Barbara Kathryn: thanks for great feedback on Almine's "cool" answer.👍
Good one BK!! Appreciate this feedback. 🙂
I live in the suburbs – outside the city centre- but still not quite in the thick of countryside. Only about a 10 minute drive from 700 acres of wilderness area and adjoining farms. 🙂
So, I " dial in" regularly. 🙂
Barbara Kathryn says
Where you live Dhani sounds like a balanced situation, on the edge of the city and close to the breathing forest…'where the sidewalk ends'. So dialing in and out must have become a natural responsive rhythm for you.
Lynette Ruest says
Ooh I like this!! Thank you! 🙏💞😇
Brilliant and easy to visualise!❤