Nov 17 2017
Hello 🙂 My name is Malia. I am a natural empath, intuitive, practitioner of energy healing. Although there are times it seems more accurate to say I am an interpreter of vibration, feeling, and color.
If you are an empath, you feel deeply, and that way of being can easily take over your life experience if you are not consistently grounding and “staying in your own lane.” With the reminders around us of intensely traumatic events, you may be feeling it’s impossible to stay balanced, feeling like just the news itself traumatizes you.
May 18 2017
Hello 🙂 My name is Malia. I am a natural empath, intuitive, practitioner of energy healing. Although there are times it seems more accurate to say I am an interpreter of vibration, feeling and color._________________________
Grounded… grounding…words we hear thrown around a lot, and words that come up nearly every time I read for another empath. There’s good reason for that, but first, let’s explore what it means to be grounded.
From the Macmillan Dictionary: to be grounded is to be confident and sensible, because you like yourself and you know what is important in life. Synonyms include realistic, practical, based on evidence or good reasons.
May 27 2016
Hello 🙂 My name is Malia. I am a natural empath, intuitive, practitioner of energy healing. Although, there are times it seems more accurate to say I am an interpreter of vibration, feeling and color.
My journey in learning about myself and my gifts has led to an insatiable thirst for knowledge of natural healing for the physical body. The more I trust my gifts, the more I want to be connected to the earth and my highest, most natural expression of who I am in this amazing body. I plan to write about many wonderful discoveries, but for today, I’m focusing on hair care.
This aspect of my own journey felt evermore important to me in recent years as the long and very thick locks of my youth seemed to be leaving me. Day after day, handfuls of hair were falling away. I started to realize how much I identify with how I look, how much value I had placed on how I thought the world viewed my physical body, and through that experience, I started to learn why I was losing my hair.
The first thing I began to do was appreciate and love my body, just the way it is, right now. I started to resist the impulse to judge myself, and I started to notice how many women degrade themselves in an attempt to feel like a part of the group (usually other women) or in an attempt to gain attention and praise from the group (usually inclusive of men). This inauthentic attempt to connect with others, without being willing to shine myself, was my own way being for most of my life, but it became very clear and obvious to me once I stopped and stepped outside the old pattern, that there was a better way.