Does anyone else ever feel like they need to act like a child as a way to prove to themselves they're an adult?
Like "Hey! Nobody tells me what to do! I'm gonna stay up all night and eat ice cream for breakfast and dance around the house blasting music because I CAN." Or is that just me?
I’m inclined to think I may not be the only one who has these days. And I think that our bodies, or the way that we treat our bodies, can be retaliating in just the same way as our minds.
Sometimes I catch myself looking at other people’s accomplishments and lifestyles and all I hear is “want want want.” I want that thing that someone else has. And sometimes I truly do, I want to travel, I want to spend time with my friends, I want to eat that cupcake right now. But why? Is it because I’m coveting something that I don’t have? Is it from a sense of lack? Or can it be flipped on its head and turned into inspiration?
Hello again! The thing about listening is it’s not strictly an audible sense. Not to downplay how difficult and needed it is to listen with your two ears, but to also listen within and externally to the dialogue the body is trying to communicate. With these powers combined, we can fully digest the entire picture of a situation within ourselves and within others. But before we delve into that trippy head space, let us clear the air on the difference between hearing and listening. Oh yes, trust; they are very different animals.