Tag Archives: ME/CFS

Why did Snowy the rabbit turn up in my tapping?

  I recently completed the Vital Mind Re-Set Course. The dietary changes and other protocols were demanding enough, but perhaps more so was dealing with the limiting beliefs which surfaced. Fortunately I have EFT and Matrix Reimprinting in my life which were excellent tools to help me move through these challenges. During week one I felt worse not better and

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Dealing With Your Diagnosis

Were you helped to deal with your diagnosis? Did someone explain it all, the treatments and procedures? Did they tell you the prognosis, or possible outcomes? How did that feel? Did they then help you with those feelings? Is so then I suspect you are one of the lucky ones because my own experience and

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Don’t Give Up

All you history buffs will hopefully understand why I included the photo above but actually it was the photo below, found on Facebook, which compelled me to write this article. I know I am writing as much to remind myself as to encourage you. I need inspired to keep going when times are tough, when

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Change Is Always Possible

Listen to Your Body

An interesting turn of events has happened which made me think quite a lot about my relationship with my body. I mentioned on my Facebook page that I’d had the idea that I could try skiing again. I started doing some training for it and was doing well increasing my exercises by a few each day. My

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Loch Creran

Why This Walk and Why Now?

Following on from my last post View from my Chair, I want to explain a little more about why I am going to walk the shore line of Loch Creran. A couple of years ago my therapist suggested I list all the things I wanted to do when I was well.  The idea is to

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View of Loch Creran

View From My Chair

We travel the world to see amazing things and sometimes fail to notice what is right here where we already are. ME/CFS forced me to stop.  Over the last 5 years it caused me to spend a lot of time sitting in my chair.  At times that was a difficult experience, seeing a world outside that I

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