The little fingers are anything but small. They are directly connected to our habits of “trying” verses allowing. Here in the US, we use the word “try” A LOT, but what does it really mean?
Do a quick experiment for me:
We are saying we are going to do something and then not doing it, or it can be an indication that we are “pushing” to make something happen as opposed to being open, and allowing it to unfold naturally. Our “trying to” attitude has to do with our heart and small intestine function energy. How many of us have said, “My heart just isn’t in it”, or “I’m not really feeling it”? We are verbalizing an imbalance in the heart and small intestine energy flows.
What about being challenged when it comes to making decisions? Our little fingers are speaking to us. Do you hear folks around you saying, “Everybody’s getting sick”? If you want to stay well, balance the heart and small intestine function energy, and help the body in deciding what gets assimilated into the system and what gets released. On the level of spirit, this is working with balancing out our judgments of self and others.
These organ function energies are also responsible for the structural aspect of our bodies: the bones. If it has to do with our bones, it can be harmonized with the little fingers. Indeed, this is also working to balance our circulatory system; think blood pressure, Renault’s syndrome, or high cholesterol. When we wake up in the middle of the night, and cannot get back to sleep? You guessed it: the little fingers.
Anything to do with the heart is connected to the little fingers.
The next time we need support opening our heart during a challenging situation, we can hold our little fingers. In the previous posts we talked about holding each of the other fingers, left side first, then right side, and taking three nice full breaths for each one. Again, more breaths are always better. It is the same here, with these little fingers.
With love and gratitude from Exquisite Healing,
Amy & Tait