Grounding & Strength Training
We all know what grounding means in terms of the electrical panel in a house.
However, in spiritual science, grounding the body relates to achieving more of a connection between the mind, spirit, and body and removing excess energies from one’s energy field, neutralizing our energy and restoring balance.
Sometimes we have images and energies stuck to our energy field. For example, we may be depressed when we experience feelings, yet we don’t quite understand where they’re coming from.
We may not necessarily comprehend that these energies are not ours; we have picked them up from the collective consciousness. grounding enables us to remove them and restore calm.
Benefits Of Grounding The Body
Grounding the body provides many benefits, such as becoming centered and connected. We become aware and focused, calm as opposed to stressed out; we may experience a sense of body, mind, and Spirit connection. And if we are experiencing pain in the body, we might have less pain. It’s about living in the now, in the present moment.
So grounding the body is a precious tool to learn and practice daily to be happier and have a better quality of life.
There are different ways of grounding the body.
- Vibrational exercises such as chanting
- Connect the body to the earth by walking barefoot in nature, hugging a tree, or smelling the roses.
With the Body design formula strength training system, we ground the body by strengthening the nervous system.
What is the function of the nervous system?
The nervous system is the communication center of your body. It controls every cell of our body, not only how we move but also what we think and feel our emotions. The nervous system controls everything, so it’s essential to strengthen the nervous system.
You can compare the nervous system to the electrical panel in your house. If your electrical panel is outdated and you plug in too many appliances, you will blow a fuse.
The Consequences Of Being Ungrounded
When you are ungrounded, you are disconnected, unfocused, and anxious; your nervous system is overloaded, like the electrical panel in your house, and you are likely to blow a fuse.
The consequences may materialize as depression or some illness or chronic fatigue, weight gain or weight loss, insomnia, chronic pain, and injuries when you’re ungrounded, unfocused, and not centered. You are not present, not living in the NOW.
That means you might do things on automatic pilot, like have you ever driven somewhere, and then you get to your destination, you don’t have any recollection of how you got there? That’s been ungrounded, and we all do that.
Living your life this way makes you prone to injuries because you’re unconscious. So, for example, you might step off the curb and not even realize that you stepped off the curb and fell and broke your ankle. Also, when you are constantly on overload, it affects your hormones by creating a cortisol surge.
The Solution According To Dr Fitness USA
The solution is to rewire your electrical panel and take it through a complete rehab by strengthening the nervous system with our Body Design Formula.
The body undergoes a targeted series of specific sequences of strength training exercises that impact the nervous system with tremendous physical strength and rapidly release a massive amount of endorphins throughout the body.
This process links the brain-muscle connection, instantly quiets the mind, and creates an immediate feeling of calm, empowerment, and accomplishment.
“Well, that’s all well, but the bottom line is I don’t particularly appreciate working out,” you might say! So here’s an insight for you when you say I’m not motivated. It means that your body has deteriorated where emotional issues overpower you and zap you off your physical strengths.
When you experience the strength increase we’re talking about here, it will immediately make you feel successful. The positive feelings this success produces will override the emotional inertia, and we awaken archetypal images of strength that lie dormant in the subconscious mind. In addition, increased physical strength will lead to motivation that results from the reawakening of self-esteem.
So that brings us to the next topic, which is multitasking.
Scientifically speaking, research shows that multitasking can negatively impact memory and IQ. It produces memory loss, decreased productivity, and poor cognitive performance, equal to a drop in IQ like someone after smoking marijuana or staying up all night, averaging the range of an eight-year-old child.
In addition, high multitaskers also showed less brain density in the anterior cingulate cortex of the brain responsible for empathy and cognitive and emotional control; multitasking in meetings or other social settings indicates low self and social awareness.
So, when you’re multitasking, your attention is split, so you do a crappy job at multiple activities at once, which will result in you having to do it again, thus wasting time.
Let’s explore hands-on and practical ways to apply the grounding principles in the gym environment and your exercise routines.
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