When I get sick, I seem to take it very seriously. I know this goes back to when I was a kid, when the doctors told my mom several times that I was going to die. Having already lost one daughter, she would panic and extreme measures became the norm for every childhood illness I got.
So here I was, sick again, blowing unGodly stuff out of my head, and giving myself endless shit about how I "did this to myself" again by eating dairy products on my trip. It was easy, cheese is in everything, I kept telling myself it was ok, that other people could do it, so could I. But I always get sick when I eat dairy, especially when the weather is colder, which it was getting to be up there.
So here I am, back in the warm sunny South, blowing my nose, miserable, when I remember that hello!! I know TAT, I can do a session on this. In case you don't know, TAT is this beautiful, loving way of investigating and healing our issues. It is so gentle and inclusive.
I wrote down all my thoughts, which included: "everytime there's something going around, I get sick" (and variations on that theme) to "there's something wrong with me" to the very specific "I can't handle dairy products. Everytime I try they make me sick."
and then I start the TAT process, which involves a specific placement of hands on the head and a series of statements.
With the first statement, I am taken back to a night when I was seven years old. I had gotten a bottle of milk (remember glass bottles with those crimped foil lids?) out of the fridge when it slipped out of my little hand and shattered all over the floor. And that was, I discovered through TAT, when my world shattered. Instead of comforting and helping me, I was yelled at. My dad had wartime PTSD, my mom already a little afraid of his rages. The story goes on, but no wonder I haven't been able to handle dairy!!! Literally.
My horoscope today:Oct 05, 2018 - You're detached from your feelings today, which makes it easier to check under the hood for forgotten memories. You can rummage through those old feelings and experiences, and reflect on where your life has taken you. You don't react to your memories with such fresh emotion anymore, which gives you a bit of objectivity. Just make sure that you let those old events go instead of putting them back into storage. It's time to close certain chapters of your life. Make way for a new version of yourself.
Who says God doesn't have a sense of humor? If you're plagued with recurring somethings, as I have been with respiratory stuff, you might want to give TAT a try. You can Google it and do it yourself or talk to me about a session. Message me here or on Facebook. Love to you.