Tap into Your Extraordinary

Your environment matters. If you live in a dark place, chances are you won’t feel as bright as someone who lives under the sun 365 days a year.

The landscape matters. If you are in an urban jungle, you might not feel as consistently grounded as someone who lives amongst the red rock of Sedona, Arizona, for instance.

I had the pleasure of visiting Sedona this week. Known for its vibrating vortexes of energy swirling up from the minerals in the ground, Sedona holds a special kind of vibe I have never experienced in my life. Go there and you will realign with your highest self. That’s all I have to say.

Sedona, power of slow, energy vortex
Sedona, Arizona

Even if you aren’t apt to make your way there, consider where you live as your sacred space. If your office is lifeless, without plants, water or some kind of sunlight, consider placing a portable water fountain on your desk. Place special rocks or other meaningful items around you. They hold positive energy, something everyone could use a little more of!

It is easy to tap into your extraordinary when you have peace of mind. All it requires is a little time to reflect, go inward and really listen to yourself. Take a few breaths, light a special candle, and think about how extraordinary your life is. Every day you get a new chance to live that life to the very best of your ability.

Some times all it takes is a beautiful landscape to set you free. You can create it right where you are. You really can.


  1. l0ve0utl0ud

    November 4, 2012 at 6:23 am

    I agree with you – nature always grounds me. My life really changed when I moved away from a capital city with 9 million inhabitants, to a small town with a park just outside my window.

  2. redjim99

    November 4, 2012 at 10:20 am

    So true, I’ve have just said as much on my most recent post. I always feel better after getting out and about, But we also have to raise our heads and eyes to see the things about us. Too often we just miss so much that would lift our spirits because we are too busy or preoccupied with work etc.


    1. powerofslow

      November 5, 2012 at 10:45 am

      Yes, seeing the world with new eyes is exciting!

  3. FindYourParadigm.com

    November 4, 2012 at 11:33 am

    I moved to a 3rd floor condo about a year ago and couldn’t figure out why I felt so uneasy – I’ve always lived in a ground floor apartment or house with a yard. Once I understood that I wasn’t grounded, it made so much sense! I make sure that my patio and home are full of flowers – both real and silk – to help me keep grounded! Sedona, AZ is on my bucket list! As always, great insight and great post!

    1. powerofslow

      November 5, 2012 at 10:44 am

      You will love Sedona. It is the most grounding place on the planet. Good for you to have identified your need for plant life. They offer so much!

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