I am a Big Believer in grounding....Even more so now after watching the science behind it!
The secret to health may be right beneath your feet. Most of us know that chronic inflammation causes illness. Did you know that grounding may have a powerful e...ffect on the body's inflammation response?
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This was written by a fellow GBM cancer Warrior like my son, James...I love his perspective!
This doesn't have to apply just to Cancer and illness...is there anywhere in your life that calls you to be a Warrior and not a Fighter?
Choosing to be a Warrior
When I grew up I always, often foolishly, tried to be a "famous" fighter. Someone who inspired awe in those around him because he wouldn't back down from a challenge and emerge victorious in the end. Like Jean-Claude van Damme in Bloodsport, perhaps...or Hercules... or Sir Lancelot. I mostly enjoyed wrestling boys who were larger and older then myself when I was little because it felt so much better. Anyone can defeat a weaker opponent but there is neither "glory" nor "honour" in it. I blame the books about knights and ancient heroes I read as a child for my view on that subject. The moment that became clear to me was in 5th grade. A 7th grader, tall fellow, came to my sisters birthday. We started pushing each other and he made fun of me. Finally I charged him... He was older, bigger and stronger and he easily pushed me to the ground. I went at him again. And again. And again... until he fell. I learned eventually that fighting always means that you will meet someone stronger then yourself sooner or later. So resolving to use words rather then fists became the logical conclusion by the time I turned 18. Still, the energy remained. When I realised that GBM wasn't likely to give in to logical reasoning and couldn't be bullied either, I made a conscious decision to reawake the spirit of the kid I used to be. I know not everyone agrees with me, but fighting GBM in my eyes is a challenge like no other. It is terrifying and consists of a bunch of smaller challenges that need to be met with an iron will and a conscious decision to want to live. The first time I heard the expression "Glioblastoma Warrior " was in this group (GBM Support Group) and it spoke to me. In my head a fighter accepts a challenge, knowing he might loose but has a chance if he gives it all he has. A warrior however, doesn't care about the odds. He takes the fight because it's the right thing to do. Win or lose are not even secondary considerations. By that perspective there are no loosers. A warrior always wins, because he takes the fight and lives, for the rest of his life however long that may be.
What is one of your biggest goals?
Think about it, envision what it feels like to achieve....
Now...what is ONE thing you can do today to get you one step closer to that goal?...
Everyday you are either moving closer or further away from the things you truly desire in life!
Now....GO GET 'EM!!
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If more people followed this advice when the sh*t hits the fan....maybe, just maybe the world would be a much peaceful place.
What's one thing in your life you've been wanting but don't have?
One thing that you always say "I wish I......"
(ex. lost 20 pounds, had a nicer car, had a better job, was an entrepreneur)
Then ask yourself what's stopping you from having that thing or anything you've ever dreamed of.
What is one thing you can do today to take you one step closer to accomplishing the one thing you most desire?
If you're stuck and having trouble figuring it out or you think there's nothing you can do to change the way things are...PM me.