• Diego Sanchez Shiatsu Following my research on the archetypes of Greek mythology, I went looking for Poseidon’s energy at Sounion’s temple, placed right at the tip of Ithaca.
It’s imposing location at the highest point of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, promised a sample of his power.
When I got there, I didn’t feel anything at all standing at the temple (unlike I did at Apollo’s temple in Delphi last year), but I was attracted to connect to the Nature in the surroundings. The cliff invited me to go all the way to the shore below. It looked like a complicated descent for the height and the strong wind so I started with some hesitation.
As I was going down I felt the overpowering wind pushing me, making an intense noise as it ruffled the olive trees on the hill, twirling the surface of the sea, splashing water against the rocks below.
I finally got to the edge of the sea.
I took my shoes off and dipped my feet in the water. While feeling the cool and refreshing sensation, I understood what Poseidon’s energy does for me. It activates my right to feel. To feel pleasure or pain, anger or bliss without judgement. It made me think how I like doing, getting involved, diving into the depths of the ocean, not thinking about how it “would have been if....”. It’s not the best way, or the only way. It was good to recognize just how important it is for me.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Water element (Poseidon’s kingdom) regulates the water in the body through the Bladder and Kidney functions. It is associated with the salty flavor, cold, the fight-or-flight response, adrenalin, sexual organs, and the emotion of fear, which numbs our feeling.
In Ayurveda, the Water element regulates the Second Chakra that is associated with the right to feel, in general (through our senses) and also feeling pleasure or pain.
How do you exercise your right to feel?
Some ways we tend to do is is through dance, singing, making love, listening to music, playing, touching, hugging, walking, doing exercise or high adrenalin sports, eating, smelling, cooking, resting, being with friends, etc.
What makes you connect ? Let me know below.

    @diego.sanchez.shiatsu

    1 month ago
  • Cape Sounion - Temple of Poseidon
  • Following my research on the archetypes of Greek mythology, I went looking for Poseidon’s energy at Sounion’s temple, placed right at the tip of Ithaca. It’s imposing location at the highest point of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, promised a sample of his power. When I got there, I didn’t feel anything at all standing at the temple (unlike I did at Apollo’s temple in Delphi last year), but I was attracted to connect to the Nature in the surroundings. The cliff invited me to go all the way to the shore below. It looked like a complicated descent for the height and the strong wind so I started with some hesitation. As I was going down I felt the overpowering wind pushing me, making an intense noise as it ruffled the olive trees on the hill, twirling the surface of the sea, splashing water against the rocks below. I finally got to the edge of the sea. I took my shoes off and dipped my feet in the water. While feeling the cool and refreshing sensation, I understood what Poseidon’s energy does for me. It activates my right to feel. To feel pleasure or pain, anger or bliss without judgement. It made me think how I like doing, getting involved, diving into the depths of the ocean, not thinking about how it “would have been if....”. It’s not the best way, or the only way. It was good to recognize just how important it is for me. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Water element (Poseidon’s kingdom) regulates the water in the body through the Bladder and Kidney functions. It is associated with the salty flavor, cold, the fight-or-flight response, adrenalin, sexual organs, and the emotion of fear, which numbs our feeling. In Ayurveda, the Water element regulates the Second Chakra that is associated with the right to feel, in general (through our senses) and also feeling pleasure or pain. How do you exercise your right to feel? Some ways we tend to do is is through dance, singing, making love, listening to music, playing, touching, hugging, walking, doing exercise or high adrenalin sports, eating, smelling, cooking, resting, being with friends, etc. What makes you connect ? Let me know below. https://scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/8cd5347bd3e4d3c26e7b59a7f6a13cb8/5CEB3EF9/t51.2885-15/e35/54446721_129807154767127_2608908446416613981_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com diego.sanchez.shiatsu

    Following my research on the archetypes of Greek mythology, I went looking for Poseidon’s energy at Sounion’s temple, placed right at the tip of Ithaca.
    It’s imposing location at the highest point of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, promised a sample of his power.
    When I got there, I didn’t feel anything at all standing at the temple (unlike I did at Apollo’s temple in Delphi last year), but I was attracted to connect to the Nature in the surroundings. The cliff invited me to go all the way to the shore below. It looked like a complicated descent for the height and the strong wind so I started with some hesitation.
    As I was going down I felt the overpowering wind pushing me, making an intense noise as it ruffled the olive trees on the hill, twirling the surface of the sea, splashing water against the rocks below.
    I finally got to the edge of the sea.
    I took my shoes off and dipped my feet in the water. While feeling the cool and refreshing sensation, I understood what Poseidon’s energy does for me. It activates my right to feel. To feel pleasure or pain, anger or bliss without judgement. It made me think how I like doing, getting involved, diving into the depths of the ocean, not thinking about how it “would have been if....”. It’s not the best way, or the only way. It was good to recognize just how important it is for me.
    In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Water element (Poseidon’s kingdom) regulates the water in the body through the Bladder and Kidney functions. It is associated with the salty flavor, cold, the fight-or-flight response, adrenalin, sexual organs, and the emotion of fear, which numbs our feeling.
    In Ayurveda, the Water element regulates the Second Chakra that is associated with the right to feel, in general (through our senses) and also feeling pleasure or pain.
    How do you exercise your right to feel?
    Some ways we tend to do is is through dance, singing, making love, listening to music, playing, touching, hugging, walking, doing exercise or high adrenalin sports, eating, smelling, cooking, resting, being with friends, etc.
    What makes you connect ? Let me know below.

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shiatsu.bodywork - Shiatsu & Bodywork 1 month ago

The connection can be felt in every little thing. It’s the „loud“ AND the „quiet“, the Big and the small thing... in humans, nature, plants or animals... in every aspect of life.

iza.bella.gombos - ♡ENS & KÖRPERKRAFT 1 month ago

Beautiful, this really is my home-chakra... ;) just following the flow and rhythms of life.... its like being guided, life happens, experiences through me .... without any attachment

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