Your body is an expression of wisdom—a wisdom which will communicate with you if you will listen.
To listen you need trust that you can hear what is said and trust in what you receive.
Your body’s wisdom is intimately connected with every bit of you: your muscles, bones, veins, arteries, every system, every part. This wisdom is holistic meaning that it is found throughout the whole and within even the tiniest drop of blood.
When you feel out of alignment, your body’s wisdom is whispering to you: pay attention, please!
Looking immediately with your mind for whatever is out of sorts can often lead you to the point of challenge.
However, often you need to feel into what feels unbalanced or out of connection. Often the wisdom of your body speaks to your heart, asking for attention and awareness.
Focusing on your body’s wisdom, ask:
Where do I feel out of alignment with my body?
The wise person asks questions.
My father has said this to me since I was young child just learning to read.
When you ask a question, you are giving yourself the opportunity to learn.
Learning is life. Learn always. Open to learn.
How? Simple: ask questions!
Use the question to learn.
Ask. Tune in. Follow flow. Ponder and reflect.
The Weekly Question offers you a chance to step back and learn about yourself. For example, you may use the question as part of a meditation practice or while taking a mindful walk. Cheryl highly recommends reflection. Reflection is a method of focused thought and is a great way to work with any question. Here’s an article describing the Three Steps of Reflection.