Types of Moving Practice
There are many types of moving practice that can be used to successfully change the way your body and thus your mind and spirit work. Examples are:
- tai chi
- stretching exercises
As you begin doing your moving practice, start noticing areas of resistance in your life created by conflicts between mind and spirit or what you think and what you actually know. Look for conflicting beliefs or any situation where you feel irritation, anger, nervousness, anxiety, depression or just moody. Once you identify these situations, ask your spirit guides to help you through acceptance. Notice when you have a negative emotion what your body is doing. Are you pacing, making a face, tensing up somewhere in your body, twitching? Take a few moments to passively self observe and then work on stilling your physical response by making your internal reaction passive. This will help with making your body more flexible.
Cross Crawling is a type of moving practice that most people can easily do without learning a lot of different poses and steps. Here's how it's done:
- get down on the floor on your hands and knees
- begin to crawl across the floor with your opposite hand and knee striking the ground at the same time (ie- right hand, left knee; then left hand, right knee)
- keep crawling moving very deliberately for up to 10 minutes
To learn more about developing and using your psychic abilities see our Psychic Development Ebook in the school store. You can learn how to be psychic by developing your spirit abilities, living in personal power and beginning to access information that you can't possibly know through your five senses. Sound interesting? See some exercepts from the ebook, then make the move to expand your consciousness!
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