Writing myself to freedom

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Bo250005247
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Writing myself to freedom

Postby Bo250005247 » 15 Apr 2016, 05:37

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to get hooked to monster energy drinks. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to feel obligated to drink monster energy everyday. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to feel stress when the energy high leaves.



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Re: Writing myself to freedom

Postby barbara » 17 Apr 2016, 10:37

Hi Bo250005247,

Welcome to the forum!

It would be cool to introduce yourself a bit - this being the introduce yourself section of the forum. For instance, how did you become aware of desteni and self-forgiveness? Can you give more context for this energy drink addiction you are addressing in your self-forgiveness? Also, please read the Forum Guidelines if you haven't already.

Have you considered starting the DipLite Course for free? It is ideally structured to get to know yourself as it provides you with the basic tools with which to support yourself in walking the mind.

Looking forward to hearing more from you so please do share more!

Enjoy!



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Re: Writing myself to freedom

Postby tylersr » 19 Apr 2016, 02:57

Hi Bo!

Cool you're here, looking forward to reading more from you



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Re: Writing myself to freedom

Postby SunetteSpies » 22 Apr 2016, 17:30

Opening up an interesting point here Bo, something I can expand on with energy drinks and also for anyone else 'addicted' to energy drinks of any kind:

I have been exposed to individuals who play an immense amount of sport, up to two to three hours of constant physical exertion with only a couple of minutes break in between. Upon hearing the conversations over time between the athletes - many do not use energy drinks, but instead eat bananas or drink other healthier options BEFORE training / competing. They've also approached their daily nutrition from natural food sources to preserve the needed energy for their training / competing. The AWARENESS of how natural foods, becoming a lifestyle of course - supports the body over time to strengthen and become more substantial for the excessive physical exertion - is expanding. Energy drinks are more of a 'momentary quick fix'. Even though some of these athletes will indulge in an energy drink - they would only every now and then, depending on how their day progressed, the amount of physical exhaustion they have due to work / responsibilities etc. So, always in moderation.

Here, looking at my immediate real time exposure to athletes in every day life. But, the dimension that's interesting here, that I will also do some recordings on in EQAFE which you can look out for is: how energy drinks provides a "quick fix" in a moment on a mental and physical level - yet, have to face the immediate consequences of indulging in the 'quick fix' when the mental and physical energy suddenly drops. It's fascinating to see how the energy drinks - especially if you are not an athlete or do any training / physical exertion: how the mind and body energy ESCALATES to a pinnacle / threshold point, but then DROPS later, LOWER than the mental and physical energy you had BEFORE you had the energy drink.

So, the dimension I will be opening up in EQAFE recordings is:
1. Showing the relationship to how we strive for the "quick fixes", but face the immediate consequences, cause we oftentimes do not have the patience, discipline and commitment to WALK A PROCESS into and as change inside ourselves, our relationships and our lives.
2. The deeper levels an addiction to energy drinks exposes, the addiction to the emotional /physical experiences of the UPS AND DOWNS the energy drinks can take you on a mind and physical level - to understand this and how to work / walk through it

Thanks for opening up this point



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Bo250005247
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Re: Writing myself to freedom

Postby Bo250005247 » 27 Apr 2016, 16:17

I'll definitely take the advise and appreciate the help. I apologize for making the mistake of writing myself to freedom in the introduce yourself section I will fix that. Thank you again for the advise



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Re: Writing myself to freedom

Postby Matti Freeman » 13 Jun 2016, 04:04

Hi Bo, welcome.

Your energy drink point opened up some cool interviews on Eqafe, thanks for being here




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