If you are feeling stuck even the simplest tasks, let alone making your goals and dreams come true, troche can be rough.
It is possible to get “unstuck” and change your entire experience of your day with a few simple actions.
When you get your chi – your life force – moving forward and flowing easily, everything shifts and resistance begins to melt away.
Here are 3 simple actions you can take RIGHT NOW to move stuck energy. All of these can be done every day as needed.
Sing out loud! Feeling a little sheepish? Sing in the shower. Crank up the radio and sing in the car. Start singing a little ditty from childhood or even a catchy jingle from an ad.
The act of singing brings movement and energy into your body. A jaunty song will perk you up and get the chi flowing in an easy way.
The companion to singing is dancing. Not worrying about choreography or steps or anything. Just get up and shake it! Best if you can put on some music and get the flow going.
Maybe other people in your household would like to dance with you – you won’t know unless you try it. Even if you are the only one in the mood – surely there is a place with no one looking that you can dance around a bit.
Movement moves energy. When you are emotionally, mentally, energetically stuck – get up and move.
3. Say YES to life.
A day full of “no” can be long and hard. Find a way to say YES to more situations, possibilities and experiences. They can be small things. Saying YES gets your mindset and energy flowing and moving towards making things happen instead of closing down opportunities. Use discretion, of course, and increase the incidents when you say YES to love, life and adventures.
Try one or even all of these today!
6 Replies to “Got Stuck? 3 Ways to Get Your Energy Moving”
These simple steps are beautifully easy. I tried it and my days have become clear, my path has become strong and stable, and my situations easy. These help me feel free to spread out and to create new possibilities. Very clear, very simple, very easy- strongly recommended. Thanks, Kathleen!
Excellent Esther! Glad you tried them and had such a wonderful experience with them. 🙂
I like to play with my dog. We have a spontaneous game of hide and seek. She loves it, it reminds me of childhood and it’s not a task I need to complete. My kids like to join in too and always marvel that the dog and I have such silly, fun time playing.
Thank you for these tips Kathleen! You are so right – it is very easy for us to get stuck in a rut by moving through things mechanically, and I definitely found that by dancing my way through my tasks has helped my keep my spirits up and my mind aware.
Love it – what a pleasure it must be to have a dog that brings so much joy to you and your family!!
I love your idea of “dancing my way through my tasks” – it is an exceptional way of seeing how dancing and movement are so profoundly valuable. thnx!