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Resonating with Optimism and Taking Unhesitating Action with Your Positive Intentions

In spring, it’s important to look at what you would like to create through resonating with optimism with unhesitating action with your positive intentions. In nature, winter is a time of seeming dormancy, however, underneath the surface there is a recollection and conservation of energy for new life and possibilities. With the increase of hours of daylight and warmth new plants emerge with the encouragement of the sun and temperature.

“Nature looks dead in winter because her life is gathered into her heart.  She withers the plant down to the root that she may grow it up again fairer and stronger.”  Hugh Macmillan

In the same way, you, too, can access your vital energy for positive change. Your resonance with emotion that has been delegated for transformation sets the stage for the kind of energy and change you experience within and how you experience life in the world.

Every emotion is a signal that points to a response or reaction to something in your life either in the present or in response to past events or experiences. These emotions correlate with both coherent and non-coherent energy, and have a direct relationship to how you respond to life in any given moment.

As plants in spring respond to nourishment from the exterior world, they first resonate with taking nurture from the soil, the air, the rain and sun. They are oriented to what is life-enhancing. As they move up into the light, they trans-form through expansion. At the same time, they are also grounded in their roots and core in the process of creating new possibilities.

In Resonance Repatterning® your resonance is where your life energy is dedicated. If your life energy is dedicated more to fear, hate, anger, grief or worry, you are not open to being able to take what you need from life to nourish you or experience life’s gifts in the present. You are more likely to feel de-energized overall by the scope of these emotions over time when untended. In sessions, I refer to this material as taking “emotional real estate.”

What changes where your life energy is dedicated? Your emotions point to an underlying unmet need that has not yet been heard, acknowledged or understood. Anger can be unfinished business from the past, fear can be from a limiting belief that has been reinforced over time rooted in an earlier experience, grief can be from a separation or loss,  and worry can be from an anxious state that has not yet been resolved through your Nervous System. When these emotions rule your inner world, they can lead to depression, isolation, pessimism, and physical dis-ease. This does not allow for expansion or ability to orient towards what is life-energizing.

“To let go is to release the images and emotions, the grudges and fears, the clingings and disappointments of the past that bind our spirit.” ~Jack Kornfield

The beauty of working with Resonance Repatterning is the knowledge that all emotions have coherence and non-coherence purpose. Your anger can move you towards optimism, your fear can uncover courage, your grief can lead you to inspiration, and your hate can lead you to greater compassion. Through a session’s work, coherent roots of support and nurture in the present emerge through healing your core essence on the emotional, mental, physical and spirit levels. By doing so, you can be more in tune with the nourishing state of inner freedom and choice.

   As we approach the season of new possibilities, spring, where would you like to dedicate your life energy?  Where do you need more life energy for your positive intentions?

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Kimberly Rex, MS

Kimberly Rex, MS is an Advanced Resonance Repatterning practitioner, Master Wellness and Well-being Life Coach, and Person-Centered Expressive Therapist.

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