Everyone I know (yes, both of them), has been telling me lately that it would be good for my nonexistent base chakra to get out of my overheated brow chakra and into the “fresh air” a little more (whatever that may be).
I figured I was handling that issue by using a window fan, but to each their own.
So this morning I took my tea out onto the deck, and I snapped a photo of it with my phone, because I knew that no one would actually believe me.
There’s very little chance that I just left it out there and ran directly back into the house.
Very. Little. Chance.
Actually it was quite nice outside, although surprisingly noisy. We live in a pretty neighborhood, but on a rather busy street, and the sound of the cars going by kicks up quite a racket.
I’m actually surprised at how quiet it is inside the house, by comparison.
Also there are quite a number of dogday harvest flies out this summer, and the sound of them pitching woo to each other can be earsplitting.
But it was a lovely day, and I enjoyed taking a moment just to feel the breeze on my face, and to sit and absorb the sounds around me, which is a form of meditation in itself.
It’s also a great way to enhance the intuition, because that’s really all that intuition is.
It’s just the willingness to sit still and listen to something other than your own thoughts – something sweeter and a little higher up.
And when I conduct aura readings, all I’m really doing is just listening to the client’s energy, whatever it chooses to tell me.
So I hope it didn’t ruin the exercise that I meditated while I was out there, which isn’t entirely base chakra, but I do find that meditation makes almost every experience nicer.
Oh, and I texted my mother too, which doesn’t hurt.
So grab up your own cup of tea, or whatever pleases you, and head on outside for a little root chakra warmup of your own.
But don’t let those harvest flies hit on you.
You would NOT like the way your kids turn out.