One of my students went to a dentist. The dentist hit a nerve while giving her a novocain or lidocain injection, and then, instead of finding another spot, kept on pressing on.
She was in major pain, I recommended that she practices allowing, accepting, and it will help her heal.
The instinct is, the knee jerk reaction is to tighten up, resist, ponder how to fix it, reject it, go to another doctor, think about malpractice suit... and other resistant and "normal" reactions.
I have observed people, including myself, inflicting more damage on themselves by doing all the things I recommend against.
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I need some protein, says Charlie when I ask what he wants to buy on our weekly shopping trip.
Charlie is a student of mine, and he takes me shopping: I don't drive.
He makes 16 ingredient salads and also buys protein.
I get some ground buffalo, eggs, Chorizo, half and half, and butter.
I sample some cherries on the way: my stomach is quick to inform me that it was a bad move. It's cramping from two cherries. Wow.
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I love vegetables and fruits... but my body doesn't
I used to be able to eat most anything. Not any more.
Whether it has something to do with my vibration (it's 970/1,000 now) or not, I don't know.
I had nothing in the refrigerator, other than the tuna cans I have for the cat. But I had some brussel sprouts and I decided to take a risk.
For the past about six months every time I touch vegetables, except beets, my stomach lurches.
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