Some of the terms on this site can seem a little abstract to some people.
Here are some definitions of certain words I use, in the most grounded terms possible:
A deep emotional release.
Coordinate or syncronize itself with.
“To pull or draw along after itself” says thefreedictionary.com
The Cambridge Dictionary gives two relevant definitions, the latter from the field of Biology:
- to make something part of a liquid or flow of something and carry it along
- to make something have the same pattern or rhythm as something else
“An entrepreneur is an individual who creates a new business, bearing most of the risks and enjoying most of the rewards. The entrepreneur is commonly seen as an innovator, a source of new ideas, goods, services, and business/or procedures.” – investopedia
A free-form dance movement practice by the late Gabrielle Roth that has 5 phases: Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyric, and Stillness.
This word has a lot to do with “sanity”. The concept of “staying grounded” really helps to balance out the visionary part of myself.
From Merriam-Webster.com, “grounded” means: “mentally and emotionally stable : admirably sensible, realistic, and unpretentious”
I like these definitions from merriam-webster.com:
a) “to serve as a channel for”
b) “to guide (someone or something) on a way especially by going in advance”
c) “to direct on a course or in a direction”
d) “to tend toward or have a result”
“the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal.” – Susan Ward, thebalancesmb.com
Maintaining quality of life for longer.
Using the body or mind to perform an action over and over.
Life force energy.
- proceeding from a sound mind : rational
- mentally sound especially: able to anticipate and appraise the effect of one’s actions
- healthy in body
A practice of standing in one place, both feet on the ground, and gently vibrating the body as you move it back and forth.
Rhythmic elements in music that entrain the mind, emotions, or body of the listener.
“strong, original ideas about how things might be different in the future, especially about how things might be improved.” – collinsdictionary.org
“Visionary” is a core aspect of future-orientedness, which is a key characteristic of successful people according to Brian Tracy