How the Expansion Principle helps me shift effortlessly back to center and stop the shame cycle

Updated: Jul 14, 2019

After a very full month of April, I’m happy to be falling into rhythm again with life as well as with my business.  It’s been interesting, though, to have to sort of re-acclimate my energy to my day to day schedule.  As I did, I noticed that I was feeling out of sync with certain parts of it.  Certainly not in a bad way, more so in a self-aware, self-reflective sort of way.  

There were a few areas in my business that felt very out of energetic alignment and out of integrity.  What do I mean by out of integrity?  I was perceiving certain behaviors that I was exhibiting to be out of alignment with my core values.  Basically, I caught myself falling into old cycles of guilt and shame for not being perfect.  However, rather than judging myself, I stopped and checked in with the emotions that were coming up for me.  

Emotions are simply messengers, and they serve to draw attention to the pieces of ourselves that are ready to be healed.  

By taking a breath and assessing the situation and how I was feeling about it, I was able to resist the urge to shame myself.  A year ago, I would’ve wallowed in that shame for a week.  Today, I shifted easily back to center.  

What’s the difference between this time, last year and today?  The Expansion Principle.  Period.  The energy healing and energetic restructuring that this energy provides allowed me to lovingly call myself out and gave me the opportunity to heal an underlying fear that was clearly ready to be addressed.  The relationship I have with this energy is so beautiful and ever-evolving.  The more I heal, the deeper I get to heal.  It’s truly life-changing, and I’m so grateful to have the amazing opportunity to channel this energy, not only for myself and my family, but also for my clients and students.


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© 2019 by Alexis Edwards, DOM.

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