The still point helps you:
- Relax & Digest
- Ease Muscle Tension
- Align the Spine
- Alleviate Headaches
- Boost immune
- Sleep soundly
- Receive sessions from a skilled CranioSacral Specialist
- Purchase Still Point inducers such as the Sacral Wedgy and Be Calm Balls.
- Learn from a qualified professional how to give yourself a Still Point
I love sleep. I look forward to bedtime. On a shelf beneath my nightstand is a basket of sleeping tools including my favorite Still Point inducers and a silk eye mask. I love the BeCalm Balls because they are comfortably squishy and adjustable to fit the size of your occiput. The SacroWedgy is another 'not to miss' Still Point inducer that has a male and female design to mimic the anatomy of the sacrum. Often I use the tools simultaneously. For 10-20 minutes I place the BeCalm Balls underneath my head directly below my eyes, prop the SacroWedgy underneath my body to contour my sacrum, and cover my eyes with a lavender scented silk mask. I tune out to deeply tune in.
Thoughts of the day flood in. Regrets of the past and fears of an imagined future taunt me. I remind myself to get an oil change, call the landlord, pray for a friend, and buy toilet paper. I review a heated conversation with my mother and fill my head with 'what-ifs'. With a few sighs and crackle-snap-pop's of my body, I remind myself how absurd it is to worry. I remember the eternal nature of my soul. I allow all thoughts and feelings, visions and sensations to come and go like frames on a screen. I leap out of the driver seat and allow my Creator to steer me into the healing.TRAVEL TIP
Bring the Still Point inducers and relaxation tools with you on the road. I use BeCalm balls at the end of a yoga class in Savasana or corpse pose. During a flight I use my eye pillow to rest and block out agitating lighting. When my back feels achy from a long travel, I use the SacroWedgy to unwind, stretch the spine and ease tension.