When you feel physically unwell: Physical and Emotional Overwhelm comes in many guises. (Part 1 early October).
Overwhelm, in my case being busy, busy and filling my day, shows itself in many guises and eventually will impact on physical health. So it’s my turn to have processed some emotional stuff and my body going into physical healing. I certainly don’t care for the physical ill health side of things. If packing as much into your day as you can is your thing, then just be prepared for your special cellular reaction to kick in – at some point.
Besides being a bit of a wimp and over worrying even though I do and should know better – here are some tips. You’ll know them but how clever are you at implementing them? I’ve been working today with a Meta Health practitioner, finally. Should have done it sooner! Her job is facilitate my healing. I will allow today’s session to process and do my little self-help routine; baby step changes are very powerful.
KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid. (Apologies. This Self-Berating is not clever either but I am feeling fairly naff so it must go with the territory). But it doesn’t help and this is one area to practice in my little tasks/ lifestyle homework!
It couldn’t be simpler folks.
Follow-up Post in a couple of weeks.
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At your peril
Are you worried about your physical health?
Do you have patterns of ill health or does one particular ailment or illness present itself regularly and you don’t know why?
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We choose everything that we do in our life. We are responsible. We can also choose to change anything.
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