Water represents flow, fluidity and movement. Water has Yin qualities for intuition, feelings, imagination and dreams. Water is often associated with emotions, art, time and especially healing and philosophy. It is both cleansing and nourishing, every one of our functions require it. Reflective as a still pool or destructive as a Tsunami. Our ocean tides are affected by the pull of the Moon, as we are mostly water these lunar changes effect humans too. Negative ions are generated by moving water – rivers, waterfalls, crashing waves on the beach, even showers and fountains. We gravitate to these places for peace, purity and relaxation. When water is not free flowing it becomes dirty and stagnant, a perfect environment for diseases to breed and flourish.
In psychology, the unconscious mind is often represented as an iceberg. Everything above the water line represents conscious awareness, while everything below the water that we can not see, represents the unconscious or subconscious mind. The Iceberg itself both comprises of, and is floating in this medium of water. The Ocean represents the fluid and interconnectivity of consciousness, that connects us as individuals to the Universe.
An emotional calming and healing acupuncture pressure point located at the
Heart, CV17 is called the Sea of Tranquility.
A Health Kinesiology Practitioner is defined as -- Working together in Energy partnership to assist and support you on your energy needs and healing journey.
A comprehensive and empowering approach of uniting the whole self - Physical Body, physiological, Neurological psychological, Emotional & Mental Mind, Biochemical, Nutritional factors, Bioenergetics, Spiritual awakening and discovery, Soul connection and reconnection.