Someone described me recently as “incredibly grounded”

This took me by surprise as i have worked for years on understanding more and more about grounding and the effects of it on your health and behaviours, with the feeling that there was always more to learn for me and for others.

So I asked this person what they meant. They said “when you are running a workshop you are very relaxed, open to questions and never phased by a question. It is like watching a tree; the core is very still, and the branches move to allow the wind to blow through them, in such a natural way. You are never phased by questions, you take a moment, collect your thoughts and answer in such a grounded way, from the heart, that the answer always makes sense and stretches the audience just a little, to progress their thinking. ”

I hope I can always live up to this brilliant explanation of exactly how I would like to be.

Blogged from Marrakech, in a superbly grounded villa.

Sent from my iPad

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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2 Responses to Someone described me recently as “incredibly grounded”

  1. Debrah says:

    Beautiful metaphor and that metaphor is you!

  2. Thank you Debrah, there are so many health benefits from gounding

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