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Q-tip in the navel. Sometimes with water, sometimes with your saliva. Yep, the joke is that we BodyTalkers are always asking you to put something in your navel. What gives?

 

Q-tip in the navel. Sometimes with water, sometimes with your saliva. Yep, the joke is that we BodyTalkers are always asking you to put something in your navel. What gives?

Think about it this way. Your navel is a REALLY sensitive area. It is where we all have our initial experiences with our environment. We are fed and nurtured through the umbilicus.

Consider for a moment that each part of our body represents something about how we experience ourselves and our world. In the case of the navel, it is about our relationship with family and our relationship with our general environment. It is all about our relationship with, and our experience of, the world around us.

When your BodyTalk practitioner asks you to put, say water, on a Q-tip in your navel, it is to assist the body in creating a different relationship with the ENVIRONMENTAL substance, water. This alerting of the body by placing something like water in the navel helps call attention to a relationship that is ready to be improved. Perhaps it is about allowing water the move into the cells with more ease. Perhaps it is about helping your body be more efficient and effective with water. All that really matters is that, in the end, the body/mind has an improved relationship with an environmental substance. We all know that this improved relationship like any improved relationship supports our health and well-being. This basic understanding is fundamental to BodyTalk.

So, the next time your BodyTalk practitioner asks you to but something in your navel, you can nod wisely. Now you know what gives!

 

Article by: Kathy Mangan, MS, AdvCBP, CBI

 

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