In this episode, we focus on how our ability to heal ourselves has always been but we have collectively forgotten and given our power away. We are exploring how to connect to our inner wisdom to achieve optimum health.
Here are some practical tools to expand your learning AFTER listening to this podcast:
1. Physical Health:
- Nutrition and Hydration: Resetting your body’s balance can involve focusing on a healthy diet and proper hydration.
- Sleep: Ensure you’re getting enough quality sleep, as it plays a crucial role in physical and mental well-being.
- Exercise: Regular physical activity can contribute to resetting your body and mind, promoting overall health.
2. Mental and Emotional Well-being:
- Mindfulness and Meditation: Practices like mindfulness meditation can help reset your mental state, promoting relaxation and clarity.
- Therapy or Counseling: Professional support can provide a structured approach to addressing emotional challenges and promoting a mental reset.
3. Technological Reset:
- Device Break: Taking breaks from electronic devices can be a way to reset and reduce stress associated with technology.
- Digital Detox: Consider unplugging from social media and other digital platforms to reset your mind and focus on in-person interactions.
4. Spiritual or Energy Reset:
- Meditation or Yoga: Practices that align with spiritual or energy healing can be effective for resetting one’s perspective and energy.
- Nature Connection: Spending time in nature can have a rejuvenating effect, providing a sense of grounding and balance.
- Communication Reset: Addressing issues in relationships through open and honest communication can be a way to reset and strengthen connections.
- Boundaries: Setting healthy boundaries is crucial for maintaining positive relationships and can be part of a relational reset.
Dipika is a powerhouse healer and spiritual guide who integrates mind, body and soul in her transformational Zero-Point Reset sessions. An acupuncturist for over twenty years, Dipika’s healing journey began following a road accident at the age of 19 which was, she declares, ‘when Krishna showed up.’ Dipika practices a combination of acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Daoist stone medicine, the Egyptian science of biogeometry and Theta healing. Born in Qatar to Indian parents, she has lived in Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, and Thailand and is internationally renowned for her intuitive work with both adults and children.
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