Whenever I workout during a detox, I try to keep it light. This is because your body is releasing a lot of ugly toxins, and often comes down with sick or flu-like symptoms.
To get toxins out faster, try working out! One of the best ways to release toxins is through your skin and pores, by way of sweat.
Try to do things like getting on your treadmill, taking a long walk, taking a jog, going for a hike in the woods or mountains, or doing yoga. You’ll want to be working out during the five day period, without overdoing it or compromising your health.
Normally, for a heavy detox, I’d recommend hot yoga, but because you are getting rid of so many toxins at once, I prescribe lighter workouts, until the majority of the toxins are out of your system.
This usually occurs around day five. Once you hit that point, you can go heavier if you like, now that your body has had a chance to adjust to so many changes.
Out of all the workouts, I could ever recommend for a detox, swimming has to top my list! Swimming is the key to a detox workout that not only releases toxins, but the feel of the water will envelop you in feel-good vibes and sunshiny energy. Don’t believe me? Just ask the mermaids!
You can use the swimming pool or a large body of water, such as a lake or the ocean. Just remember to practice water safety and buddy up, because of your swimming in someone else’s home and feeding grounds.
Always practice safety and know which kind of sea life or water life is in your lake or beach. Always be aware of your surroundings. That’s of the utmost importance!
You can choose to swim for exercise or play. To be perfectly honest, it doesn’t really matter, you’ll still expend energy and burn calories galore. Have you ever noticed that you feel super-hungry when you get out of a pool? That’s why!
The Healing Power of Water
As soon as you get into the water, you’ll be surrounded by healing energy. That energy will awaken you, revitalize you, and restore whatever has been emotionally depleted within you.
To give it a boost, be sure to call on the mermaids. They will immediately come and make a healing connection with you.
To practice calling on mermaids, again, you don’t have to believe. After all, what do you have to lose? Either nothing happens, because you’re not open to it, or something does because you are. It really is that simple.
Simply float in the water on your back and feel the warm healing energy of the sun, restoring you with a healthy dose of vitamin D. If the closest thing you have to a pool is a kiddie pool, then just lie back in it. If you don’t know how to float, then use a large float, meant to hold a person, to lay back and relax, and feel the sun’s warmth on your face.
In this laid-back position, eyes closed, call upon the mermaids. You can say something like “Mermaids and all unseen creatures of the sea, I call on you to come to me. I call you thrice because you are nice, mermaid, mermaids, mermaids, please come to me!” Say this three times.
An image of someone, face to face with you, should pop up in your mind. this is called your mind’s eye. Let this spirit talk to you freely, take note of what he or she says, as well as any distinct features and affectations in voice.
You should always introduce yourself first, and he or she will introduce themselves back. Then you can go into asking a series of questions, in which you’ll be sure to get instant, downloadable answers to.
Be sure to thank your mermaid friend for visiting. In some cases, as soon as you end the conversation or leave the water, the magic will break, and for now, at least, the mermaid will dissipate.
On the other hand, some mermaids will linger, and you’ll either see them (naturally or through your mind’s eye) or sense them and “feel” them with you longer. That my friend is how you meet a mermaid or merman!