Day 383...Year 2

Everyday I find a reason to smile a little bit more... The hurt is lessening, the fear isn't quite as strong...It's amazing to think about all of things in my life that I have overcome... But it's a little scary to know that my journey to a healthy mental/emotional me isn't over...

The great thing I know in my heart is that I have an amazing support system to watch over me and be there when I need them... Mom, BFF and Pin Doc are so supportive and I thank them for being here for me whenever I need them...

Over the past month at the Pin Doc I have been working through some deep issues and it's funny because today I really started to feel how my body is reacting... The Pin Doc has these amazing zero gravity chairs that Mom and I sit in during our sessions and they are totally comfy the way they allow you to relax...normally... However, I have noticed that ever since the unleashing of the kraken (my inner turmoil), when I sit down and then sit back, my body is very rigid, like it won't relax into the chair... However, by the end of my session I am noticing that my body is a little less rigid and a little more relaxed.... I'm still not used to the spasms that occur during the appointment, but part of me is disappointed when they don't happen...

It is a strange feeling to be laying there with 10-15 pins stuck in different parts of your body and feel the energy move around from one area to the next... I have to say that it is pretty cool... It was cool last week going in with a minor headache and having her pin me on my head... Yes, she put a needle in my head, right where the pain was and within a few minutes the pain was gone... It's nice to not have to constantly be downing pills to relieve the pain... Who knows, maybe some day I won't have to take the happy pills anymore, because we will have uncovered everything that has been causing the sadness...

Love, peace and let the healing flow...
Musicsongbird


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