How Connecting to Vulnerable Points Can Help You Transition With Ease?

How Connecting to Vulnerable Points Can Help You Transition With Ease?


We all undergo transitions in our lives and bodies that can often be extremely challenging. From physical changes to more intangible ones, transitioning from one phase of life to another requires us to find new sources of strength and resilience. However, we often forget the power of accessing our vulnerability to help us easily get through these transitions.


In this article, we’re going to explore how connecting to vulnerable points in the body can help us transition more gracefully. By understanding the importance of vulnerable points and mindfully engaging with them, we can find relief from any physical or emotional pains that come with transitioning.


Transitions in Life


Life never stands still, and we often find ourselves in unexpected situations that require us to adapt quickly.


Examples of life transitions


Some examples of life transitions include changing jobs, starting a new relationship, moving to a different city, graduating college, or having a child. All these can potentially lead to emotional strain and difficulty finding our footing in the new reality.


Other life transitions to consider are those related to our personal growth. We may find ourselves growing into a new version of ourselves, which may be difficult for others to recognize and accept. This can create uncomfortable tension as we strive to maintain relationships with our old selves while working towards embracing the new us.


Connecting to Vulnerability


When transitioning through life, it is important to recognize that vulnerability can be an access point. Embracing and understanding our vulnerabilities allows us to open ourselves to the possibility of growth and change. Connecting to vulnerable points in the body can help us process any emotions associated with transition and make space for new ways of being.


This is not just limited to physical points either. Connecting to the vulnerable parts of our psyche can help us embrace these changes and start to feel more at ease with them.


Transitions in the Body


When transitioning through life, our bodies can be a valuable source of insight and guidance. Connecting to vulnerable points in our body allows us to access deeper feelings associated with the transition and find relief from emotional pain.


The Scalene Triangle


One of these vulnerable points is the scalene triangle, located at the base of one’s neck. This is a powerful place to access inner strength and resilience during life transitions. Simply placing our hands on this area can help us relax and tap into an inner knowing that will guide us through difficult emotional changes.


The Femoral Triangle


The femoral triangle is located in the center of the hip, another important point to consider when transitioning through life. This area can be used to access a sense of grounding and stability during difficult times. It can also provide an anchor for emotions that may come up during the transition.


Connecting to Vulnerable Points in the Body


To connect to vulnerable points in the body, it is important to take a moment to become aware of our physical sensations. We can start by placing our hands on these transition points and closing our eyes. From here, we can observe any uncomfortable feelings that arise without judgment. This practice helps us to identify any emotional blocks associated with the transition, which we can then process and release.


Accessing Vulnerability for Changes


We can begin to create space for new opportunities by accessing our vulnerability. It helps us gain perspective on the changes in front of us and find a way that feels authentic to us.


Placings Hands on Transition Points


The first step to accessing vulnerability is placing hands on transition points, such as the scalene or the femoral triangle. This allows us to connect with our body and breathe into discomfort as we move through the change. Some other points to consider are the solar plexus and the base of our spine.


Closing Your Eyes and Breathing Normally


Once we have placed our hands on the transition point, it is helpful to close our eyes and take a few breaths. This helps us become present with our physical sensations and any emotions associated with the transition.


Seeing What Comes to You


The next step is to observe any insights that come up as we sit in stillness and focus on our breath. This can help us gain clarity and understanding of what is happening. It may also bring up new ideas or approaches that can be used to navigate through this period.


The Act of Connecting to Access New Views:


Finally, we can connect with our vulnerable points to access new views and ideas. This encourages us to step out of our comfort zone and explore different possibilities available to us during this time.




Transitions in life and body can be difficult to navigate, but they also allow us to take a fresh look at our lives. By allowing ourselves to access vulnerability, we can make space for new perspectives that may help us move through this period of change. With practice, it is possible to use these transitions as moments of growth and renewal.


We hope this article has given insight into how to access vulnerability during life transitions. We wish you all the best as you continue on your journey.


Dr. Nikki Cohen
Pelvic Floor Therapist in San Diego,
Services in English
Address: San Diego, California
92115 United States
Phone: +1 (818) 606-6717
Email: [email protected]