Donna Gates shares this…
Sometimes when we experience a massive shift in our mental, emotional or spiritual life, things can get worse before they get better.
One of the first things that we must confront with any addiction, whether it is to a toxic substance, an unhealthy distraction or an abusive relationship, is the level of honesty that we bring to the table.
This means that in addition to coping with the neurochemical balancing act that is taking place in the body, we also must look closely at what we desire, our resolve and long-term objectives.
These are big questions. And asking them can stir up quite a storm. Nonetheless, every day many of us are making a change for the better. We are making changes, weathering the storm and seeing the benefits.
How we nourish our physical body is very similar to how we nourish our mental and emotional body.
When I cleanse or detoxify my physical body, I always apply four straightforward steps to the process. Guess what? These four steps work with the fundamental process of detoxification. They can be applied to any area of life!
Go to the source if you’d like to know the 4 steps – they are full of ‘practical, tactical’ information you can use to detoxify spiritually, physically and emotionally…
- A Master Cleanse for the Mind – Debbie Ford’s Latest Book, The 21-Day Consciousness Cleanse (prweb.com)
- Spring Cleaning for Your Body, Mind, and Spirit (intimatealchemy.wordpress.com)
- Healthy Ways to Vent, Protect Yourself from Toxic Energy Bullsh*t & Replenish. ~ Annalisa Robusto (elephantjournal.com)
- Tip the scales toward success . . . (mylivingsoulutions.com)