On the 29th September 2018 we had the privilege of taking part in the Worldwide Event called the Balancathon. It was organised by the IKC (International Kinesiology College) as a Worldwide Historic Event, starting near New Zealand and going around the globe for 24 hours.
It was taking place between 11am and 1pm across the different times zones and should be the biggest balance to have ever taken place continually. People from all around the globe gathered together to share in this historic event and to get their meridians balanced. Its great for helping with things like jet lag!
The event was created to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the International Kinesiology College (IKC) first International Conference. From small acorns do great oaks grow. Touch for Health/Kinesiology has grown and become a beautiful family of people who all share a passion for nature, the planet, holistic health, caring for the self and others, and giving the body the ability to fix itself.
That does not mean we do not believe in orthodox medicine but the two can complement each other. However with the health systems so overloaded around the globe, a more natural approach that costs so little has to be a clever, intelligent and useful way forward. We listen to a person, we see how the body can innately heal itself when given space and time to do so. With our hectic lifestyles, our deadlines, our mobile phones, our always being on the go - we need something else to give us support and our balance back. Prevention is much cheaper than cure.
Part of the day was working on a goal to help bring much needed love to our earth and its bombardment of litter, war and abuse. We each can make small changes, which in turn become bigger ones, when we all pull together. You only have to think about how people are gathering to help clean the oceans, litter pick and recycle - and that's just the start. We know we have a long way to go.
Part of our day was to undertake the Time of Day Balance - a great way to help you feel more connected, alive and reduce stress on a day to day basis. This took place at Heart time which is 11am to 1pm.
Afterwards we all had a wonderful shared feast of food and went outside into the sunshine for an outdoor meditation with one of our past TFH Instructors - Gerry Davies, who nowadays leads people of all ages to feel, understand and love planet earth, and we gave thanks to the beautiful earth we live upon.
Before we headed for home I led a group visualisation to end the day and bring love and balance into all our lives, and to allow good things to take place for this planet, and to feel a little more energised, more able to do our part in helping this world and ourselves cope with modern life.