Do you ever wonder how much to share during your kinesiology balance?
This question rolls around in the minds of many, especially if it’s your first time, or you find it difficult to express how you really feel… and most especially if you’re not comfortable with vulnerability.
Because true words spoken have the capacity to leave you feeling exposed.
Besides: won’t the healing work anyway?
The other week, I was balancing a new kinesiology client when specific information pertaining to what we spoke about at the very beginning of her session, came up to be healed.
She asked: would you have known that if I didn’t mention it earlier?
A few days later, one of the beautiful ladies in a mastermind group I’m a part of, asked:
Should I mention what I want to work on? I’ve been told the balance will work simply with intention too, right?
The answer to both questions: yes I would still know (because your body always shows up what needs to heal as priority via muscle testing) and yes the balance would still work (in part) regardless of how much you share.
Though what a massive opportunity – to communicate, garner new awareness and receive holistic healing – would be lost if you didn’t speak up.
Being heard and speaking your truth – how you feel in that moment – is healing. When you speak the words they become real, and in the processes, less weighted.
“If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can’t survive.” – Brene Brown.
When you go into a kinesiology balance, you enter a sacred container.
Where you have the opportunity to be heard without judgement.
You enter into a moment which spans an entire hour, where you engage deeply with the wisdom and intelligence of your body.
You’ve chosen to receive healing which helps bring you to wholeness.
So yes beautiful one. Speak up; there’s no strength in holding back.
I hear this often when people sit down in front of me at the beginning of their kinesiology session.
“I know this sounds silly but…”
To which I reply: if it’s how you feel, it’s never silly.
What I’m really hearing though, is fear of being judged, fear of vulnerability, and fear that your truth in that moment won’t be accepted: because what you’re really wanting is to be heard and told that it’s ok.
When you speak, the specific words you choose to say allows more insight than you know – because each word you speak carries a particular energy signature. And through this insight, clues to what is going on beneath the surface of your body are revealed, making your balance more specific.
When you are heard, without judgement, something within you is set free. Speaking the words out loud removes the shame, the secrecy and the story that these words hold for you. It diffuses the hold, and sets you free.
“Yawns are not the only infectious things out there. Giggles can spread from person to person. So can blushing. But maybe the most powerful infectious thing is the act of speaking the truth.” – Vera Nazarian.
So yesterday, when one of the clients I balance via Skype asked me: Can I speak? I knew it was time to share this post…
Speak up beautiful, be heard. There’s immense power and freedom in this.
Much love and soul wellness,