For the last three months I have been reviewing grounding techniques. Over the years I’ve found some that work really good, some that work a little, some that do not work at all and feel uncomfortable, some that do the opposite and are incredibly triggering, and some that do not work at all and that I find loathesome and hateful.
The purpose of grounding is to make us feel safer, more connected. I really have to say that I have not found a huge amount of grounding through the common methods.
I’m going to do a review of grounding methods and post about that soon, as well as sharing why some things seem wrong, bad, or triggering to me and how they might not be the best things for others.
I’m going to try to do this in small portions, so that I don’t have to write a huge amount that seems to be a huge meal, that no one will find helpful and neither will I. I’m not writing a book here on grounding, I’m going to do it in small snack sized portions so I can focus on specific issues and finding better solutions.
The process in the last few months has found me getting some great ideas and I’m working on developing and refining them, and I’ll post about that as well.
P.S. I’m reviewing my situation is lyrics from the movie Oliver, from a song sung by Fagin, a thief, who takes in orphan and lost kids, turning them into pickpocket thieves. Lol, yes I want to influence others, just not to the dark side.