Hear Your Body Talk

Have you ever wondered what your body might have to say to you if it could talk?  Probably not. Yet it does. It sends messages over and over. Patiently. All those aches and pains, twitches and itches are your body talking to you begging for some attention and tender, loving care.

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Last week I finally stopped to listen to mine. I went to the doctor. She ordered a heap of tests. This week I went back to get the results. I’m glad I did. And I’m grateful to her for being as thorough as she was. All my tests were fine. I just need a few little tweeks here and there. I’ve promised my body that from now on I will stop, pay attention, and look after myself better.

Have a listen to this. It’s only short. But it gets to the point.

Thank you Tamara, from The Purple Almond, for bringing this to my attention.

Raili Tanska

Steps for Peace

Loving yourself is the greatest revolution – anon

 

 

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26 thoughts on “Hear Your Body Talk

  1. Wow! It makes me think, but will it pull me away from the cheesecake in the fridge?
    My head and my body are arguing.
    “We need to keep a balance between our physical and mental well-being,” says head.
    “Yes, but sugar is an addiction,” says body.
    “But my life is hard. I have enough to cope with already.”
    “It’d become much easier if you listened to me, You’d be happier AND more well if you bit the bullet and went into recovery.”
    “That’s easy for you to say…”
    “But can’t you see , I AM you.”
    “Shut up. SHUT UP.”
    Great post. Grrrr 😉

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