Pick your hard – water fasting and brain recovery

When people find out l am water fasting their first response is: "Isn't that hard?!"And yes! It is!Not eating and only drinking salt water for 3 days, you bet its hard!Of course it is!Anyone that says otherwise cant be from this planet! But HOW hard it is, obviously is subjective. If you are in good health, wake up in the morning with a smile on your face and get dressed by singing birds then of course doing a water fast will be hard. But if you have a chronical condition, chemical meds are keeping you alive, you might even be…

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Fasting – what happens when?

In order to tell you more about water fasting let me just tell you about what is happening in the body when you are fasting and why l have been so against water fasting. Intermittent Fasting is great! No debate about that! There are so many benefits that l will dedicate an entire post to that. The difference between Intermitten Fasting (IF) and Extended Fasting (EF) is that in IF you eat every day, in EF you go longer than 1 day without food. The main reason to why l have been so against EF is (besides the dehydration of…

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How to deal with cruelty

I just want to share how l managed the profound sadness l felt the other day. Its a bit long so please bare with me First l allowed myself to be sad. When l felt the sadness stated to dissolve l read all your messages and they soothed me so much. Thank you all so much! Then l meditated on the sadness to find the real cause of it. The meditation l used was a Metta meditation, its where you repeat an intent, and l really needed that! In a Metta meditation you first wish your intent for yourself. Then you wish…

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Handicapped. Inadequate. Vulnerable

Today l feel especially handicapped. l know l am handicapped. l know my brain injury gives me an invisible handicap where l look normal but perceive everything abnormal.And that is confusing for people. l am used to that. They don’t know any better so l no longer get hurt by remarks, prejudice or rude behaviour. They dont know any better. If l was blind they wouldn’t keep throwing me a ball. But l am not. l look, speak, interact (at least at first glance) completely normal.So when my handicap kick in people just think l am immensely darf, not listening, disinterested or anything else…

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