December 17, 2011

Practicing Detachment

As an empath sometimes we walk into an energy field. For example, you may walk into a public place where it just feels like “icky” energy. The full wave breath has been effective to help transmute that type of energy if you stay grounded.
Let’s imagine that we’re breathing from the center of the earth up into the heart; let’s imagine that we’re breathing from the central sun through the upper chakras down into the heart. Thus, when we remain heart centered, that situation will be self-resolving.
For example, let says we go into a room of three-week-old puppies.  It looks chaotic and we certainly don’t want to get down on the floor with them and their odors, sounds, and excrement. Yet we can feel involved energetically as we look at a puppy puddle.  So, we would breathe up into the heart and down into the heart simultaneously to maintain our center so that we can observe the action that is taking place without feeling called to it or involved with it. In other words, we are able to stay detached because we’re strong within our own center. My practice of this technique over the years was originally responsible for the development and the refinement of the Full-Wave Breath.
I used to practice by sitting in the malls and learning to tune out the thoughts and feelings of the people that pass by. I practiced staying centered within myself, breathing from the Earth, and breathing from the center of the star system and the central sun. It’s all us anyway. If we’re upset when encountering a group like that, it is probably because we’re being reminded that we have a judgment about ourselves. It is being depicted in those with this type of energy. Their energy resonates with or affects us because it is based upon a belief that we have about ourselves.
This article is based on a presentation given by Dr. Tom Goode during “Empaths Shifting into 2012: A Telesummit to Help Energy-Sensitive People Understand Their Spiritual Role on Earth.” You may get the full transcription and MP3 audio of Kate’s and Gini Grey’s presentations at
Dr. Tom Goode is the author of seven books on holistic living. His most recent book is Breathe and Grow Rich—Self Care to Enrich Your Whole Life  He has written numerous articles on natural healing and is the producer of “The Cosmic Waltz,” a musical program used with Full Wave Breathing and the Inner Harmony home-study musical program for holistic health, balance, and personal transformation.
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