Currently doing a lot of research on bioenergetic therapy and grounding therapy. A lot of this is based on things like yoga and dynamic meditation.
Seems like completely bizarre sh*t, but the more you look up the science behind it. The reason why it works etc, the more it makes sense. I'm really starting to turn into a bit of a hippy lately, i guess. But i'm kinda glad for that.
-Grounding often takes the form of focusing on the present by tuning into it via all your senses. For example, one technique could involve focusing on a sound you hear right now, a physical sensation (what is the texture of the chair you are sitting on, for example?) and/or something you see. Describe each in as much detail as possible.