In fact, potentially the weirdness thing I’ve ever done. I woke up feeling a bit ‘germy’. That feeling as if the flu is coming – achy shoulders, achy back. For me, this is normally a precursor to the flu. During recent years, I started being curious, each time I was sick, about why I was sick. I became curious as to the underlying benefits I was gaining from having those symptoms. In that line of questioning, I became well aware that each time I was taken down by the flu, I w
I have barely used an alarm clock in 10 years. Sometimes I go to a 6am yoga class and I use it then. Otherwise, I run on my own schedule. I haven’t commuted, been stuck in peak hour, nor sat in meetings for a really long time. I owe a lot of the freedom I have in my life to the way I have been able to set myself up financially. It has allowed me to live on my schedule.
It was 2018 when I kissed my alarm good bye. I was studying Neuro Linguistics at the time and the trainers
So last week I turned 40. I’ve been casually learning about the human body since my 20’s and have been solidly focussed on human behaviour since 30. At 40 I feel qualified to share some wisdom with you, which, as it turns out, begins and ends with shit. Quite literally. Anyway, here are 21 things worth knowing and sharing. 1. Never push a poo We talked about this at length in my recent psychosomatic course. The point is, let nature time it’s bodily functions, not your client