Created by Valerie Carpenter
Certified Acutonics Practitioner
So many people experience difficulty with all kinds of change. Even if we have organized our whole lives to avoid it, there are some forces beyond our control.
The changing of the season is one of these, and for many people the dimming of the light, of the Yang time and vitality, is a cause of sorrow, and even fear the coming darkness. This is an eternal dilemma that humans remembering that we are between Heaven and Earth and part of the celestial dance have faced since ancient times. Being able to find our place on Earth, right now, always makes us feel safer.
Reach for your forks to help you with your next transition:
Next, clear out any old residue or stagnation or wind from the Metal channel of the large intestine using Zodiac 3rd on L14. Add LW3 for a 4 Gates clearing, which will help release stagnation at a systematic, whole body level. During the preparation for Autumn comes a time of discerning and assessing what to bring forward into the next cycle. Chinese philosophy uses the metaphor of not wanting to pack something away in a pantry of storage that is moldy. Clean out that which is not useful now for prevention of disease in Winter and make room for fresh new growth in Springtime.
This protocol is very fast - it can be done in about three minutes using the Earth/Moon professional set of Acutonics tuning forks!
Are you feeling triggered? Have a few minutes? Got forks?
This is a fast way to Pacify the Heart and Calm the Spirit, or in Western terms: Calm the brain and nervous system and reconnect to the Heart Wisdom, lower cortisol, and find your breath. Remember, you are connected to the Divine.
This is also a very good way to clear the mind and create enough spaciousness to meditate when your mind is spinning. You KNOW that meditation is good for you; you hear it and read it all the time. But how to do it when you feel so triggered? Try this out!
Du 23 - Inside the hairline on the midline
2nd chakra - Below navel on the midline
Earth chakra - 18" below the feet or on the floor between the feet
Katie Mink, L.Ac.