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(The title is “Believables” but something is f’d up with the font for it so it doesn’t show. GRRR.)
That is so not a word. But I don’t care. It’s my world and I get to be Queen of all there is in Snarkytown. (Okay, there’s not a lot yet, just some cats, a dog, a video camera, a laptop, books, and coffee. (Oh and a few COOKies, too!) Still time to build an amazing town, though.
It’s been a weird week with things feeling off-kilter to me. Almost like I’m walking in someone else’s shoes or something. (And not fierce, bitchy ones either!) Yet, after talking with my coach yesterday, I see all the energetic stuff going on underneath the surface. From a mental, conscious level it’s quiet. Energetically, not so much.
On the plus side, I did two sessions for clients, made it to the gym for the first time since we got our memberships in early December, and remembered to spritz and shower (and did it!) more often (will ‘splain downthread).
On the minus side, I moped about a great deal for reasons I know all too well, ate nothing but pizza on Friday, watched a bad movie (“The Other Guys” – I should know better. Will Farrell. ‘Nuf said.), moped some more, and got called on some stupid ‘tude flinging I do at work by the flingee. Just not a good week at all.
Ever feel like Goldilocks? This chair is too big, this chair is too small? Where’s my “just right” chair? I have a feeling I’m going to have to build it myself.
** Spritzing and showering is a technique from Colette Baron-Reid’s “Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much” class. She speaks about clairsentients who take on everyone’s “stuff” (unconsciously) throughout the day and the need to wash off that “stuff” so we can just be in our own energy. Crap eating can come about because it’s hard to stay grounded when you’re carrying stuff that doesn’t belong to you. So, taking a shower at 4pm (or thereabouts) and spritzing your face with some water and essential oils when you feel snarfy can help offload some of that “stuff” and thus take away the desire to eat unconsciously. There are other ways clairsentients try to ground (addictions, eating disorders, etc.) but this one is fairly common.
There’s much more to all this, of course, but it’s an interesting concept and I do find that spritzing when I feel snarfy (aka: “what can I eat?” when I know I’m not hungry) takes away that desire. As with anything, it’s a process and a work in progress. Kara has been doing it for the entire four weeks of the program and has seen HUGE shifts in her life. Me? Half-assing as usual but trying to do it full-ass. If I didn’t half-ass so many things, I’d probably truly be Queen of something. (Besides Snarkytown!)