Over the past several weeks I’ve been dealing with a little health issue. Now if you’re someone like me, you know that you create your reality. Which means that something I’ve been doing in my life has caused this thing to come to me. So because I know that, I also know that if I created it to come in to my life, I can make it go out of my life. It really is that simple. Simple, but not easy.
Being in a community of ‘energy workers’ I’ve reached out to my tribe and asked for healing energy, and also ideas on what has worked for them to change their mind set. Mindset is a huge thing when it comes to our health, our bodies, and our lives. As they say, thoughts become things. And, full disclosure here, I have been having a REALLY hard time getting out of my head and NOT picturing the worst case. As a friend said this morning, ‘going down the rabbit hole.’ But MAN have I gotten some great ideas to help with the mindset and then the initial issue. A ton of different modalities to choose from, certain ways to eat, certain things to eat, types of meditation, basically a lot of what TO do and what NOT to do. Again, all coming from a wonderful place!
Yesterday I had some pretty good news and was able to shift my mindset to at least be able to think straight and start to make decisions about what works for me and what doesn’t. And THAT’S what this piece is about. What works for you and what doesn’t. Because it really does comes down to that.
Every time something goes on in our lives and we reach out to our peeps for suggestions, we get a ton of them. And that is AWESOME! But what we have to remember is not every thing works for every body. And all of this has reminded me to FEEL my way through things. Like everything. So, when I’m getting all of these amazing suggestions and helpful tips I’ve had to remind myself that it’s okay to not completely gel with someone else’s idea of what the exact right thing to do is. Should I stay home, eat kale, give up wine, throw away my electronics, meditate for an hour a day, write down every bad thing that ever happened to me and then burn it, refuse Western medical attention? Maybe.
But for now, I think I’m going to go to Florida, hook up with a few members of my family, laugh like all get out, and come home refreshed, clear headed, and ready for an amazing New Year. (Okay, I’m totally doing some of the other stuff too, but the point is, I’m choosing what’s working for me in this moment…)
And that’s the moral of the story: You choose.
So what’ll you have?
Live and Learn in Munay