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It’s affirming your insecurities.
Extroverted intuitives are often master healers.
Day 21: Write an apology letter to yourself.
You assume that when it comes to following your “gut instincts,” happiness is “good,” and fear and pain is “bad.”
It is as though the work is just shining a light in the closet and realizing there were never any monsters inside. It was always only us.
If you are regularly anxious about things that you know are irrational, it could be because you’re not leaving yourself enough mental bandwidth to determine what’s true or false.
To imply that someone’s mental issues could be resolved if only they did more yoga, or breathed more deeply, or ate better is insulting. Of course they’ve tried that – it didn’t work.
Words have power, because words are energy.
They are guided, not paralyzed, by fear.
You use vivid fantasies of alternative lives as an escape mechanism. They are often conducted while listening to music, and performing some kind of rocking motion. Common places include swings, train rides, cars, running or walking.
When you’re not sick enough to be obviously ill, you try to plow through and keep up with everyone else, wondering why you constantly feel like you’re falling behind, not doing enough, always making mistakes, or not enjoying what everyone else seems to.
Give up your need to be liked. Think of yourself as a market niche. There will be a lot of people who like that niche, and there will be individuals who don’t.
Patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder can transform their body chemistry based on which personality they currently believe they are.
Perhaps the very people who suffer the most in this world are the ones who have the ability to show us what isn’t right about it.
“Synapses that fire together wire together.”