“Stop overthinking and live. Gently bring things
that want to heal forward to release at the right
time: remembering, honoring the experience,
self-forgiveness, and letting go.”
Keywords: playful, dancing, lighthearted, honest, being oneself,
Habitat: Golden Dyssodia, also know as Scale Glandweed or Dogweed,
is native to the Southwestern United States and Mexico. It grows in
dry climates with little need for water.
Golden Dyssodia is good at making space within a person, providing the opportunity to experience life in a new way. Being in the body
in a new way and interacting in the world moment by moment in a new way. Identi es what is yours by centering and strengthening
the core of the body. It separates out what is others’ in the energetic eld regardless of your own conscious knowing. Sorts self from others without prompting or intention. No processing or need to understand the reason that others’ energies are in your field, Golden Dyssodia just clears it out.
Feel the spirit of companionship. Helps to bring the soul into the body “mattering” and that it is safe and your birthright to do so. As you become embodied, feel the strength that arises from the balance of body and mind. Releases chronic stress in body related to guarding and posturing from unconscious triggers. Gently brings these forward to heal and release at the right time. Understand the cycle of healing: remembering, honoring the experience, self-forgiveness, and letting go. All a repeating cycle.
- Learned beliefs that do not match your own. Living with beliefs that are not your own: generational, family, and other past teachings.
- Lack of self-worth. Feeling like a non-person or not mattering.
“Stop over thinking and LIVE.”
Illustration: Casey Wait ©2018