Hello, my name is Christine and this is Day 2 for me. I have chosen the gratitude journal and setting intentions to help me, but I would like to know what other people have chosen and how effective…Continue
Season 4 Day 4 and I'm feeling like I'm on a roll to better health. I'm allowing myself to feel a little hungry before I eat. I thought this might bring up painful memories, since it has before, but instead it brought up some useful thoughts. e.g. since my son came back home to live, mealtimes have gradually become all about him and the limited range of foods he will eat.
I stayed out of blame and acknowledged I have let this happen. Then I…Continue
Yesterday I started working towards my new goals - letting myself feel hunger and the other feelings that may come up if I do not constantly push them back down with food.
I also aim to listen to my body, recognise when I an full, and respect myself enough to stop eating.
To help myself do this, I am using a CD by Paul McKenna - it has some lovely ideas like "Every good thought you ever had about yourself is now magnified 100 times". I like that.
I will read a page of…Continue
After a normal day, my son and I were watching TV when we had a visit from the Major Crime Investigation Squad! My son's fingerprints had been found on a window at the scene of a robbery - they were on file since he was once a security guard. He is now a meter reader and had been peering through the window trying to read a meter in the laundry.
They asked about what brand of shoes he wears - he has never had the brand they mentioned. They also took copies of all his work schedules…Continue
It's Day 91 of Season 1 and this is my first blog. I just thought I might summarise my experiences with co-creating 10 days at a time until the end of the season.
The techniques I chose were expressing gratitude and setting intentions, and my goals were to create good work experience as part of my study program, and to catch up with late assignments.
When I first meditated on where it would be best to go for my…Continue