W5L1: The Gravity of Gravity

How does Gravity relate to Grounding?

  • Gravity exerts a force of attraction between any two objects
  • A force is a push or a pull
  • The more mass (matter) an object has, the more gravity.

As you practice grounding, ungrounded people around you will be naturally drawn toward your grounded core.  You won’t find this confirmed in a science journal, but, from my experience, when you are deeply rooted and present, those around you will be pulled in and may even feel safer.  Science lacks the tools to measure the human energy field, so this apparent control of gravity remains anecdotal.

When you are intentionally ‘grounded’ into the earth, imagine being like a massive object like the earth, bending the fabric of space-time. The force of gravity creates an influence, causing less grounded objects with less mass to be drawn toward you.

Gravity is: 

  • An invisible force 
  • Pulls objects toward each other 
  • Defines our relationship to the earth
  • Earth’s gravity keeps us on the ground and makes things fall
  • Redirects the path of objects that travel into its influence
  • Large objects such as the Sun and planets are not the only masses that warp the fabric of space-time
    • Our physical body also bends the four-dimensional cosmic grid, the fabric of space-time
    • The bending of space-time causes objects to move on a curved path, and that curvature is what we know as gravity
  • Gravity is strongest at the surface of a massive object, like the earth
    • At the exact center of the Earth, the gravitational field is zero.

How does not being grounded feel?

  • Suffering in silence
  • Lofty thoughts
  • Scattered
  • Create personal drama
  • Overthink everything
  • Anxious
  • Worry
  • Obsessive
  • Crave material objects
  • Easily deceived by others
  • Feel disconnected from your tribe
  • Poor sleep, fatigue, chronic conditions

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