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Mastering Energy: How to Manage Anger, and Dark and Heavy Energy through Mindfulness and Presence

How being present and mindful can help people feeling sensitive to energies navigate through the dark shadows of life.


Sydney, Australia – WEBWIRE
Shamanic Path and Practice founder, Heather Price sees her role as one of inspiring others to wake up, and remember and embrace who they are.
Shamanic Path and Practice founder, Heather Price sees her role as one of inspiring others to wake up, and remember and embrace who they are.

If a person isn’t aware of their disconnection, or they don’t feel grounded, they miss out on connections to people, animals, the environment and even their own thoughts, which all bring layers of joy to life.

Often described in a workplace context, presenteeism refers to the physical presence, yet absence of mind of a person whose thoughts are either locked into ruminating on unfinished business from past experiences, or projecting into what may or may not happen in the future. These people are usually experiencing feeling sensitive to energies, and can become distracted easily if there’s a shift in workplace culture or an imbalance in their lives.
 
Presenteeism can impact productivity, motivation levels and attitudes, and cultivate an environment of dark and heavy energy by feeding disengagement and withdrawal. According to Shamanic Path and Practice founder, Heather Price, people are becoming more and more difficult to reach because “their minds, bodies and souls are easily distracted so that when they enter a workplace their thoughts are naturally already wandering from the matters at hand”. However, she says presenteeism isn’t exclusively felt in a workplace; it exists across all facets of life, including in relationships, the environment and within a person’s own self-reflection and inner environment. www.shamanicpathandpractice.com
 
“Mindfulness is what combats presenteeism. If a person isn’t aware of their disconnection, or they don’t feel grounded, they miss out on connections to people, animals, the environment and even their own thoughts, which all bring layers of joy to life,” Heather says. “Presence, or being present creates a light engaging energy, so without it a person walks in a dark light, and tends to experience more dark and heavy energy. Managing this energy comes from a place of strength, and creates a flow of enthusiasm.”
 
According to Heather, when there’s a lack of presence, there’s an absence of connection and joy, and people begin to wish they were somewhere else, especially those feeling sensitive to energies.
 
“Energy is always going to exist in the world. It comes in and it goes out; it can’t do anything else. And understanding that from a physical, spiritual, emotional and logical perspective creates mindfulness, and teaches a person things like how to manage anger and other energies that can have a draining effect,” Heather says. “Learning about energy can help to expand it at every opportunity rather than expend it.” www.shamanicpathandpractice.com
 
Heather encourages people feeling disconnection, and experiencing a degree of presenteeism, to reconnect with their own values, needs and journey through mindful meditation. Shamanic philosophy and meditation is based on the principle that everything has an energetic spirit and soul, and there is more than the physical world available to negotiate change and create visions and dreams for the future. By learning to confidently traverse these worlds through shamanic techniques that have been confidently used for thousands of years and more recently explored and observed under controlled conditions, it is possible to change the internal environment, so as to effectively influence how the external landscape is perceived and potentially evolves.
 
To learn more about how to manage anger through presence and mindful meditation, contact Heather Price through www.shamanicpathandpractice.com.
 
 
About Heather Price 
 
As the Shamanic Path and Practice founder, Heather sees her role as one of inspiring others to wake up, and remember and embrace who they are when they are in alignment with their true-heart nature, to know where they have come from, and to feel confident to walk their path to meet the future. According to Heather, the ‘true heart’, guided by the soul’s knowing and truth, is different to the wounded heart that looks to the past and is guided by familiar vibrational energy and negative memories.
 
She describes the shamanic way as an ancient therapeutic practice, with creative technologies that can be used to reach what she describes as true-heart consciousness, and to explore avenues for healing the wounded heart, restoring one’s true nature. Clients who choose to walk with Heather for healing, counselling and coaching come from a variety of backgrounds and for many different reasons. Some arrive already well informed of the issues that have held them back in their lives and are ready to work intensively to heal past wounds, let them go and move forward. Others are more tentative as they begin their inner journey and take small steps at a time.
 


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