Concept Work for the improvement of your life, health, and happiness takes time. What do you do so you don't just keep bouncing back to your limiting beliefs? How do you truly change your brain? Just like learning any new skill, the success of mastering it takes daily practice.
As once being a person in the path of the runaway train that is Colitis and Crohn's, trust me, I know what it's like to have a struggle with healthy bowel movements....or going at all!
Before I was diagnosed there were YEARS where I struggled with constipation, not realizing it was in the disease process. Add some antibiotics and continued inflammation and WHAM! I had a powerstorm of out of control intestinal behavior.
But I've learned a few things over the years, and MUCH of what we are dealing with with intestinal upsets comes down to the fact that we are SO out of balance with the FUNCTIONS of the food we eat. Getting this balanced is HUGE in restoring health BEFORE there's a big problem.
There are definitely some key things to pay attention to if you're experiencing poor functional health in the form of constipated bowels.
Stress, overwhelm, overburden, tension, anxiety... Here are three of the most common indicators that the reason you feel overwhelmed and stressed is because your life and purpose aren’t matching up.
To feel like you are living the person you want to be in each role of your life it's important to know who that person is. Then, you live, breathe, move, talk, and act from that image. Which is why we do this exercise called your "Personal Avatar". It's the image of who you see yourself to be.
If you are constantly only giving to the needs and wants of others, what you have to offer the world can very quickly be misconstrued and forgotten because all of your time, effort, and energy is taken up, leaving no time to fulfill your greatest purposes. If you represent yourself inaccurately in order to take care of others' WANTS, sooner or later that very person with whom you have created the desired relationship will discover that you misrepresented yourself, and one or both of you end up feeling bad.
What we WANT and what is REALITY is a vast difference. What we THOUGHT marriage would be like and what it is are two different things. The job we have and the purpose we WANT to have feel far between.
There could be a whole city named after this gap because it’s a realm many people live in for a LONG time!