The importance of energizing our system

The more our system is energized, the better it’s able to deal with whatever life has in store. It’s better able to heal from physical issues. It’s more able to relax and get good rest and sleep. It’s better able to deal with life situations and its own emotional issues. And so on.

And when our system is drained of energy, and especially the deep energy, it’s easily overwhelmed, stressed, disorganized, and confused.

That’s why it’s important to energize our system.

How can we do it?

Here are a few things I have found helpful for myself.

Eating food my system works well on. For me, it’s eating lower on the food chain, and fresh, organic, and local foods when possible, and also minimizing or avoiding dairy, wheat, and refined sugar.

Old fashioned bone broth, in particular, seems to deeply nourish my system.

Certain herbs nourish my system. This includes many adaptogens and herbal teas from Stangeland.

Certain energy system- / body-centered practices energize and nourish my system. For instance chi gong, yoga, and Breema – which for me is deeply and softly nourishing.

I have found that Vortex Healing works surprisingly well in energizing and nourishing my system, perhaps more immediately and noticeably than any of the others. (Especially when I receive it from a top-level Vortex healer.)

And there is more.

For instance, the climate makes a big difference. For me, sunny, warm, and dry helps my health and energy level significantly, while cold and wet drains my energy.

Being in nature. Dance. Strength training. And, in general, using my body in nourishing and energizing ways.

And there is also the mind side. The more my life is meaningful, the more energized i tend to feel. And the more I have resolved any stressful beliefs and issues in ourselves, the more energy is freed up. (A surprising amount of energy can be tied up in chronic stress and tension.)

In general, it’s about finding what works for me, and I like to take a multi-faceted approach where I include whatever works and makes sense. And I don’t do all of these all the time, apart from essentials like diet.

INITIAL NOTES

When I started with Vortex Healing some years ago, the relative veterans would talk about the importance of energizing.

the importance of energizing – chigong, VH etc. / fuel to do just about anything / deal with what’s coming up / intentional processing / integration after processing / physical healing, etc.

If less energized, feel hollow like a shell, disorganized system, unable to function very well

…..

How can we do it? 

We can do it partly through our diet and by eating what our system works well on. (For me, it’s eating lower on the food chain, and fresh, organic and local foods when possible, and also avoiding dairy, wheat, and refined sugar.) 

We can do it through plants that nourish our system, including many adaptogens. (For me, this includes the herbal teas from Stangeland.) 

We can do it through certain practices, for instance chi gong, yoga, and Breema (deeply and softly nourishing). 

I have found that Vortex Healing works very well here, perhaps more immediately and noticeably than any of the other. (Especially when I receive it from a top-level Vortex healer.) 

And there is more. For instance, climate may make a big difference. (For me, sunny, warm, and dry helps my health and energy level significantly, while cold and wet drains my energy.) Being in nature. Dance. Strength training. And, in general, using our body in nourishing and energizing ways. 

And there is also the mind side. The more our life is meaninful, the more access to energy we tend to have. And the more we have resolved any stressful beliefs and issues in ourselves, the more energy is freed up. (A suprising amount of energy can be tied up in chronic stress and tension.) 

In general, it’s about finding what works for us and it’s often a multi-faceted approach where we include whatever works and makes sense

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