The above photo is the best way I can show you how my morning went...messy, hard to decipher, wild and pretty angry. I had a chiropractic adjustment yesterday and I can definitely feel it today. My body feels really good! But my mind...oh man did it find some newly uncovered and rediscovered old 'stuff' to obsess over. And it did...all night.
So, I woke up aggravated. I was rushed the memories of my dream, which happened to be an old recurring one I used to have as a child and teen and hadn't had, much less thought about in many years. So I wrote about it right away. Which uncovered emotions and thoughts I hadn't visited in years. But it was an unsettling dream and writing process afterwards, which put me into a funk. The funk continued as I walked out of my room and downstairs where my family was already up and about.
Immediately I am annoyed at their existence.
And THIS is where I share with you my step by step on how I dealt with this and how I always deal with my bad mood; by feeling it.
That is the first thing I did; I took a very deep breath. Right there in my kitchen so that the frustration I was feeling at my families shear existence did not bleed out into their energetic space. When the decision is to either roll an eye or possibly say something you just don't mean; choose to take a deep breath. Then you have removed the energetic charge just enough to move you away from your current emotion and into a more receptive state.
After I have secured myself back into my own space (my treatment room), I decide the next step by deep breathing some more. But now I have the energetic space to ask myself a couple of important questions.
Guided meditations are always nice to reset; so I chose one of those. I usually just google videos and look for pages and videos posted by authors or speakers I connect to. There are a plethora of options, find one you like.
I get settled and start my meditation only to be interrupted 10 minutes in.