A Kind and Healthy Way to Feel Grounded After A Healing

Sometimes Healing Touch sessions can feel very subtle. Sometimes Healing Touch sessions can feel quite profound and life changing. In the last few weeks healings have been more on the dramatic side and many of my clients have been staying in an altered space for a longer period of time after the session ends.

This is actually wonderful, except that with our modern lifestyle we many times have to schedule our deep transformational opportunities between stressful work meetings and picking up the kids after school. Even though I book my clients two hours apart, that sometimes is just not enough time after the healing for clients to become grounded enough to get in the car and drive safely.

As I hinted in my post “Getting In Your Body”, an effective way to become more present is to eat some chocolate. I used to have sugary milk chocolate to give my clients (which really worked), but I felt uncomfortable because sugary chocolate is just not that healthy. I was also eating a lot of the chocolate myself.

I have found Kind bars to be the perfect grounding snack after an intense healing session. My favorite bar – Almond Walnut Macadamia + Protein – has 10 grams of protein, tastes great, is gluten-free and uses only “ingredients you can see and pronounce”. Says so right on the box. I also eat them between sessions and feel good about it.

I usually pull out the Kind Bars only when I feel my client is too spaced out to drive. So if you come for a healing and I don’t offer you a bar, just ask for one. I buy them by the case now.

Jeri Lawson is a Healing Touch and Clarity Breathwork Practitioner in the Temescal Area of Oakland, California.

7 Replies to “A Kind and Healthy Way to Feel Grounded After A Healing”

  1. Love the post, Jeri! You are so cute :-). Want to set an appnt when you are ready in your new space, let me know, ok? Oxoxo. Mary

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