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Life gets crazy. It’s unpredictable and inevitably there are challenges and situations which spring up that we’re not prepared for. So how do you stay calm when your life gets crazy? How do you maintain a sense of balance and not get pushed over when the strong winds blow?
There are of course many ways you can think about balance in your life. In this post, I want to talk to you about your internal balance, and how centred and calm you are on the inside.
When you’re feeling balanced and centred on the inside, you aren’t falling over yourself to please people. You aren’t toppled over by someone’s attempt to manipulate or intimidate you. Instead you stay in control of your actions, you don’t react. You are able to respond from a calm, more present place, and not let your head (and your thoughts) run away with you.
When you stay calm on the inside you don’t get thrown around like a leaf in a storm when life gets challenging.
Instead you become like the tree, strong and flexible, with solid roots to ground you. Easier said than done right? So how do you stay calm on the inside?
If I asked where you would describe your sense of self and what makes you who you are, would point to your head? In the Western World, we tend to think that we exist in a little spot just behind the eyes, and we control our bodies from a little control room. Sound about right?
When we identify with being in our heads, thoughts and worries can easily make us feel stressed and anxious.
And in today’s world, it’s even more important that we learn to shift our sense of self from that unbalanced heady state, to a more centred place deeper down in our body.
What is the Hara? The Hara is a Japanese word which refers to your ‘vital spirit’. It is located a couple of inches below your belly button and a couple of inches inside your body. This is in fact where your body’s centre of gravity is found.
In martial arts, they emphasise the importance of creating movement from the Hara. Moving our sense of self to a grounded balanced centre, means we don’t get caught up in thoughts and feelings of uncertainty.
If you recognise that you easily get thrown by situations and get carried off by negative thoughts, then it’s time shift your sense of self.
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