After a night of sleep with a teething baby demanding to be fed every 1-2 hours, I’ve been feeling slightly sad, distant, and depleted. I know many other mother’s may be feeling similarly overwhelmed spending so much time with their children without external support and increased demands. I thought it would be fun to show to show a case study that dives into the energetic transformation of drinking an herbal tea for physical, emotional, and spiritual support.
First of all, what do I mean by energetic transformation, and why is this important? Every substance has a unique impact on an individual depending on the pre-existing state of their aura. I look at what organs are physically supported in order of impact, what emotions and mantras are released, what emotions and mantras are imprinted, and what chakras are strengthened. When we can better understand this potential impact, then we can make better choices when looking for support with specific issues. I love diving into the individual scenarios because it helps us understand why the same physical support might help one person but not another.
So for me today on 5/5/2020 at 6:00pm this is the energetic transformation of Mother’s Milk tea.
Physical support: liver (energy stays here for a long time), spleen, pancreas, uterus, ovaries, and throat.
Spiritual support: strengthens my third eye, crown chakra, and root chakra
Emotions released: anger, fear, sadness.
Mantra’s released: “I hate you”, “Get away from me”, “Leave me alone”, and “I don’t want to be here.”
Emotions imprinted: present and capable.
Mantra imprinted: I love my baby.
The overall increase in chi energy is very strong. This has been verified with a muscle test. On a scale of 0-100 with 0 being all harm no benefit and 100 being all benefit no harm, it registers at 98. This means my aura will greatly benefit from drinking this tea today and it will increase my overall vitality.
Wow. What a transformation.
On the package, the Herbal Power is listed as supports breast milk production for nursing mothers. Did you notice that even as a breastfeeding mother, my breasts did not register under physical support? This tells me that these herbs support the specific challenges of a motherhood and those challenges may or may not include a need for increased breast milk production.
Physically, the energy stays in the liver the longest. We store our negative emotions in our liver, so this means my liver must need support in processing negative emotions. The spleen represents our ability to digest life and circumstances whereas the pancreas represents our ability to allow sweetness into our life. The uterus represents our relationship with ourselves while the ovaries represent our relationship with others. The throat chakra represents our ability to listen and speak our truth.
Perhaps other moms can relate emotionally. In this instance, hate refers to a behavior that is disliked. In my case, the behavior I disliked was crying in the middle of the night and constant demands to breastfed when my body needed sleep. I love the emotional shift. Who doesn’t want to be fully present and feel capable? And the end result is often our overarching goal, to be love and receive love. Our energy must be connected and flowing without blockages to be able to embody unconditional love for our children. Self care for mothers is not selfish, but rather the foundation for a healthy relationship. Clearly, this herbal blend was the perfect match for me given the circumstance and pre-existing condition.