Ever feel stuck? I have. It sucks.
I am currently reading Deepak Chopra’s revised edition of “Quantum Healing”. In it, he talks about how if you could truly see your body as it really is, you would never see it the same way twice. Deepak goes on to explain that ninety-eight percent of the atoms in your body were not there a year ago. The skeleton that seems so solid was not there three months ago. The skin is new every month. You have a new stomach lining every four days, with the actual surface cells that contact food being renewed every five minutes. A new liver is made every six weeks.
I think this is SO COOL!!!!
How can we ever possibly be stuck if this is what is going on in our body every moment of every day. I think the most exciting thing about this understanding is that you can recreate your body, and by extension, your health, no matter what state it currently is in. Our ever expanding knowledge of mind/body medicine (psychoneuroimmunology) opens up so many possibilities for healing…for unsticking yourself.
STEP ONE: Do something different!!! If your current choices are creating your present physiology and you are not completely happy with the product, perhaps different actions will lead to a better, healthier vibration in your body that will lead to a renewed, more vital configuration of cells in your body.
Feels worth a try to me.
I prefer a path with minimal resistance so I like to initiate change in areas under my direct control: MY THOUGHTS.
Words, particularly the ones in your head, have power. Be impeccable. Listen to the voice in your head. What does she say about your physical body? What does he say about the time you have in your life to make space for change? What is being said about past experiences? If it isn’t giving you the warm and fuzzies…SHUT THAT GREMLIN DOWN!
Over the next month I challenge you to pay attention to your inner gremlin. No need for judgment, just listen. Maybe flirt with the idea of changing the conversations in your head.
STEP TWO will come to you if you are open to receiving it.
P.S. Get adjusted. The gremlin grows when it thinks it has to fight off a tiger. An adjustment brings the body into a healing state by removing nerve interference patterns that keep us in a defensive state.
— Dr. Warner
Dr. Danielle Warner can be contacted by visiting www.fosterchiropractic.com or by calling