A little About Grounded

What does it mean to be Grounded?

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Grounded as: mentally and emotionally stable; admirably sensible, realistic, and unpretentious.

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Ground as:  a basis for belief, action, or argument;  a fundamental logical condition;  a basic metaphysical cause;  soil, earth:  a special soil;  an object that makes an electrical connection with the earth; a large conducting body (as the earth) used as a common return for an electric circuit and as an arbitrary zero of potential;  electric connection with a ground

Using these two terms as inspiration, we define Grounded as:

                                 i.      A return to our natural healthy state; physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually.

                                ii.      Connection with the Earth, with ourselves, with our family, friends, and community.

                                iii.      A state of being sound in one’s purpose, philosophy, morals, and vision.

When you are Grounded, energy is able to flow freely through a physical structure, such as in a wire, or in our case, our bodies.  Allowing different energies to properly move through our being enables us to be fully connected with it, to experience our reality, and to allow it to pass through us as we grow beyond our present state.

Being Grounded is about finding purpose and vision for one's life.  It all starts with a balanced nerve system.


Meet your Chiropractor

 

Dr. Taylor Stoecklin, DC

I began my healthcare journey in my undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University, where I studied Biology with a Pre-Med focus.  During my tenure, I quickly realized that my personal philosophy about Health and Vitality did not match with the traditional Western medical approach. 

A seeker of truth, my journey led me to discover Chiropractic, whose philosophy of vitalism and an Innate Intelligence within living beings aligned much more cohesively with my own.

I attended Chiropractic school at Logan University in St. Louis, MO.  It was there, and at a local chiropractor's office, that I learned the true magnificence of Chiropractic, and its ability to change people's lives.

I believe that for true healing to take place, it must come from within.  By emancipating the body's nervous system from interference through specific and gentle chiropractic adjustments, the body's innate wisdom is liberated to properly coordinate its functions, and health and vibrancy are the result.

I believe that regardless of the health issue, each and every one of us benefits from a more coherent brain-body connection and optimally functioning nervous system. 

Yours in Health and Happiness,

Taylor