Clearing Our Heads
I swear my cats choose exactly the part of the floor/carpet/house that needs cleaning most to have their pukitosis episodes. Same applies to my subconscious when my rational mind goes completely unfocused and I shake the open container of almond milk in the messiest corner of the kitchen.
That’s my view on the optimistic days. When the glass is not only half empty but full of something I didn’t want anyway, the cats find the carpet I just cleaned and I spill sticky stuff all over the new shirt.
On the optimistic days, if I’ve got a clear head, I can move on to lesson learned and make time to clean for improvement. On pessimistic days, there’s the extra step of temper fit, a whole lot of bad language while cleaning and, eventually, lesson learned, when my head clears.
With a stiff neck and hunched shoulders, it’s hard to get a deep breath to feed the brain or enjoy the benefits of adequate circulation and nervous system communication. The head is under siege. Last month’s temporarily free video gave you a chance to loosen up your shoulders and re-align. This month’s video – free through February – takes it to the next level. Enjoy it in entirety or in bits and pieces. If you miss the free version, it will still be available for sale.
And may all your messes be on the floor that’s easy to clean.