Centering Exercise

Before spending our day on a fulfilling weekend, there is an importance to center our wellbeing to align yourself.  This is related to our concerns, judgements, and overall functioning throughout our day.  Necessities like food and water, supplements our growth as a flower gets the nourishment from the water and dew of the earth and sun from the sky.  There is a reason for the daily needs to reconnect with life.

Slowly lift both arms up together side by side.  Slowly to let your energy within your internal body to connect and realign.  Be conscious of this connection, awake and aware.  At the moment of passing your shoulders, slowly move your arms down as if fanning the area in front of you in a conscious way.  Imagine your hands pressing on a cloud down clearing the air around you.  At the point where your arms and hands meet your hips,  flow your arms and hands up, lifting again.

As you come up, give breath.  Let a deep breath go into your abdomen.  Breathe slowly in accordance to the movement, together with your arms and hands.  As your breath fills your lungs at the point where movement passes through your shoulders, release your breath.  Breath in and out slowly to allow yourself the breath.

Feeling the air from the nose, throat, and organs.  The air circulating with your belly.  The circulation gives warmth, as the air is in rhythm in you.  As you bring your air up, be conscious of where it moves.  Feel the subtle energy encompassing your body.  Then, release your air.

In the center, you give your body, mind, and spirit the alignment and connection to be at a level ready to begin your day fresh with spirit.  Exercise daily as nutrients for life.  Practice in the morning waking up to help kickstart your daily life or anytime when there is a need to put order and harmony back into yourself.  Make a daily effort!

Photo by Simon Migaj on Unsplash

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