Starting and ending with grace

We Are Energy

Did you know that every cell in our body vibrates and our cells vibrate at different frequencies? For instance, the cells in our liver will vibrate at a different frequency that the cells in our heart. This is true for every organ, muscle, and system in our body. We truly are a masterpiece.

The first thing that I tell my clients is we are more than our physical bodies. Everything is energy, from the trees to the rocks, the table I’m sitting at and the computer I am typing on. You too are energy, vibrating at a certain frequency, some-times we are vibrating high (happy) and sometimes we are vibrating low (sad). We also have a mental, emotional and spiritual body that vibrates at different frequencies too. Personally, I find this so fascinating!

My clients are people going through a tough time in their life, and need help balancing their emotions. Many who are grieving are struggling with their mental and emotional health and are constantly asking the what if and the why questions…

  • What if I had said don’t get in the car they may be here today?
  • What if they hadn’t gone on that trip they may be here today?
  • Why didn’t I tell them I loved them — now it is too late?
  • Why did we fight, I regret this so much?

Others struggle with the physical pain of grief which can arise in many ways…

  • achy joints
  • headaches
  • upset stomach
  • exhaustion

Then there those who struggle with their spiritual health asking questions such as

  • Why did God do this?
  • I’m so angry with God
  • Where are they?
  • Do they exist?

These are just a few mental, physical and spiritual challenges that you may be going through when you are grieving.

When we go through a challenging transition such as a loved one’s death, we lose our stability, and have issues managing our energy. As I said at the beginning of this post we are much more than just a physical body! We are energetic beings we need to learn how to maintain our vibration when we struggle and are in pain. For when our vibration drops most don’t know how to get it back up again. Many are in so much pain that they don’t know how to cope, they go down the rabbit hole and don’t know how to get out. They turn to pharmaceutical drugs, recreations drugs, drink alcohol, gamble, eat or don’t eat, or isolate themselves because to be around others is too painful. These ways of coping don’t work, they just bandage the problems. I see so many of my clients afraid of the pain, often because they are afraid they are not going to be able to come out of it.

There is another way! There is something that is fundamental and deep about why you have to experience this pain. You have to work it out through going through the layers, by getting to the root of the issues. Only then what needs to be healed, understood, or resolved happens so that you can come back to a balanced, peaceful state.

During my late 20’s throughout my mid 30’s my sister, auntie, uncle, nanny, grammy, mom, and a very close friend died. When I was struggling with coming to terms with all the death around me, I was becoming depressed and often didn’t want to get out of bed. A doctor later told me that I was suffering from what is termed Layer Cake Grief. My joints hurt all the time and doing the simplest of things like getting dressed caused so much pain. The doctor said, “we can put you on anti-depressants and pills to help with your inflamed achy joints” but something deep inside me went ‘Nooooooooo!’ I realize now that it was my higher self talking. So I asked God to show me another way. Actually, I yelled it and said, “HELP ME NOW!”

That was when the world of energy and vibration really came into my awareness. I started to pay attention to what I was really thinking and feeling and then looked for holistic ways to support myself. I knew that I needed to raise my vibration in order to feel better and it was my responsibility to figure this out.

This journey took me to the world of natural remedies such as herbs, essential oils, and being in nature. From there I began a yoga practice, started to meditate (often on my walks). It was during these practices, that I would observe what was going on in my body and noticing how my energy was flowing.

I began to ask questions such as is this essential oil making me feel better? Did that herbal tea I had before bed last night help me sleep? How much water did I drink today? Was it enough? What did I get upset about today? Was it worth it?

I became curious about myself and that changed everything. I studied these modalities and used them on my kids when they didn’t feel well or when I could tell they were having a rough day. I learnt about what being grounded actually was, how to hold my space, and clear people out of it. It was empowering for me and little by little I climbed out of the rabbit hole and found my way.

The deaths of my family changed me! I am not the same Robyn I was before, but when I look back I understand how their deaths opened the world of energy & vibration up to me. That is a gift that I cherish. I am so grateful to them for their help because I know they were directing me all along, even when I was way way down that rabbit hole.

If you are struggling with emotional or physical pain, anxiety, overwhelm or isolation and aren’t sure what to do or where to go from here, I invite you to reach out to me for a complimentary Discovery Session. On our call, I’ll help you diagnose your grief symptoms and lay out your next best steps for creating the happy and balanced life that you desire. I know that moving through grief can be scary. By accepting help, it becomes a whole lot easier to reach your desired outcome. It would be my pleasure to support you through your journey and guide you back to your well-being.

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