There is a spiritual place in the center of your head that allows you to stay more neutral and allows you to respond, rather than react, to the ups and downs of daily life!
I continually return to this place when I want to tune out the external world and connect to my inner world. It’s my own private sanctuary!
Being in the center of your head will allow you to release excess mental noise so that you can hear and take advantage of your instincts and intuition.
In daily life, much of our attention gets focused externally. By making the conscious decision to return to the center of your head, you call your energy back and can detach from any situation.
From this place, you will be able to observe everything that is happening while remaining at your vibration.
Sit in a comfortable chair with your feet on the floor.
Close your eyes.
Take a nice deep breath. I like to breathe in through my nose, send energy down into my belly and then exhale out through my mouth.
Begin by Grounding. Step-by-step instructions are here.
Gently become aware of the center of your head.
For those of you who may be unfamiliar with this area, take your right index finger and place it on the right side of your temple (just above the ear) then place the left index finger on the corresponding side. Visualize an invisible line connecting the two points.
Now move one index finger to the center of your forehead. Take the second index finger and touch the back of your head at the exact same spot.
Visualize an invisible line connecting the two points.
The center of your head is located where the two lines intersect!! It’s also commonly referred to as the 6th chakra or third eye.
Take a nice deep breath and bring your awareness into this area.
Start to notice what thoughts and pictures arise. Just relax, breathe and release them down your grounding cord.
Begin to tune into your body – staying in the center of your head. Breathe deeply and begin to release any distractions, mental chatter or emotional energy.
Continue to breathe deeply and stay in the center of your head. If you find your attention wandering, just gently bring your awareness back to this area.
Continue to do this exercise for 10-15 minutes, or until you feel clear-headed and calm.
Like all good tools – the more you use this technique, the more you will notice a difference.