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In a recent small group conversation, someone asked, "What do you mean when you say you 'feel grounded?'"

The question took me by surprise, and I realized that I take for granted that the idea of "feeling grounded" is common knowledge.

A Dictionary.com definition that resonates for me is "sensible and down-to-earth; having one's feet on the ground." Merriam-Webster's definition enriches the explanation by including the word "stable."

Feeling grounded, to me, means feeling centered:
calm, at peace, detached from worry.

Feeling grounded, to me, means feeling anchored:
on my heart's truth, my personal values, on this moment. 

What does it mean to you to feel grounded? You're invited to share your thoughts or questions in a comment here on the blog or on the facebook community page.

Peace.

 

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