We excersised visibility
You may influence your world more than you think, just by the way you are. Sometimes you are just not aware of your own visibility...
When I lived in Glastonbury I was part of The Soul Club. We were three women who felt strongly connected with each other. We talked Life with a capital L when we would meet. Usually we felt it telepathically when contact was needed, we met maybe once every six weeks but more frequently when life was exceptionally exciting. It so happened that one day we talked about being visible.
On a summery Sunday afternoon we landed after initial talks at the subject: how do we see ourselves in the outside world and how do others perceive us? Are we really aware of the impact we make on our community, the world? What happens to our fellow human beings when we step into a space? Would the world change if we could see fully what influence, impact we have by our doings?
We decided to open up and share how we felt when we step into a space filled with people. Think parties, a meetings, well, any venue for leisure or work.
This is what I shared with my Soul friends: I feel that I step into a people filled room quite timidly, certainly when I do not know many people. I like to quickly hide myself (which is strange because I ventured out in order to go somewhere where I knew it would be crowded) and slipped through the throngs towards one side of the space where the nibbles, drinks, information, books or brochures are. I quickly take something in my hand and eat, drink or read. Then I swiftly go to some acquaintances and try to be part of the conversation. It sounds quite desperate and to be honest, I do feel desperate at those times.
I assume that most people behave this way if they step in to more or less unknown territory. Below you read the observation how they perceived me, of my two fellow Soul Clubbers: They see a conscious, self aware human being entering a space. The energy is almost palpable, eyes follow her when she walks through the room. She is elegant and has a certain flair; this is a woman who know what she wants!
I almost fell of my chair when I heard this! Our collective observations and how we truly felt (my observations of the others did not differ much from what they told me), made us aware that we have an ingrained way of thinking about ourselves.
Three women with an average age of 185 years, despite life’s rich experiences, often felt like shy adolescents.
This experience we had with each other on this Sunday afternoon, had a positive impact on ourselves. We, as Soul Club friends took the decision there and then to tread consciously into the world with these insights, to commune more consciously with people, animals, the earth, the visible and not visible –yet palpable – around us. And you know what? In practice, in every-day-life, but also for our professional lives it made a difference. I feel stronger, less shy, more aware of my own energy field, my body and my being. I am ok!
Would you like to see yourself in a surprising way, whatever your age, why not make an appointment with Karin for an EnergySoma Healing where we talk, where I witness you, see you how and who you are and how in the end you feel yourself relaxed, open, strong and radiant.
Flowers on your path,