Finding Energetic Balance for Overall Health
Aug 04, 2018 06:03PM
By Jenn Willhite
Finding balance in our lives involves more than sneaking in a couple of extra hours to make up for lost sleep or reworking our social calendars to spend more time with family. It comes down to recognizing that overall health is more than just a physical focus.
Jennifer Seffrin, owner of Seffrin Synergy and director of the Indy Holistic Hub, is a certified life coach who helps people to better understand how they are energetically expressing themselves in the world.
“We are physical beings and our body is fueled in a variety of ways,” Seffrin says. “At different times in our lives, we need different things emotionally, physically or for our spiritual being. There is an ebb and flow to that balance.”
Examining your energetic health can be broken down into simply positive and negative energies, yet it’s a bit more involved than solely that. There are many intricate elements that contribute to physical, emotional, psychological and energetic balance.
It is establishing a balance in all areas that allows you to shine your light at its brightest and live your best life, Seffrin says. Awakening awareness within about how we can deplete or uplift our own energy and how that affects our overall life and interactions with the world around us is the key to finding balance.
“Reminding people that everything is energy is important,” Seffrin says. “Our body is comprised of energetic systems. I think in order to demystify energy work people have to get back to honing into themselves, living more conscious lives and trusting their intuition.”
Seffrin recommends looking at different energy work modalities to craft a well-rounded approach to a healthy lifestyle that can include everything from chiropractic care and holistic health to energy work, reiki, massage and yoga.
There are many energy work resources in the area to help you get started on your own journey to balance. The Indy Holistic Hub is a connection spot for holistic health and well-being resources, including those specializing in energy work, with more than 30 local providers listed in this category on their website.