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Question: Do you notice when your gut changes? Gabbix2

Posted by 64bowtie on December 7, 2004, at 3:38:11

In reply to Re: - Gabbi- Wellness sets in! 64bowtie, posted by Gabbix2 on December 7, 2004, at 0:38:09


If not, join me and the billions of other people who make this mistake. Once you tune in to that sneaky collection of core organs that appropriately served us well as children, but blackmail us mercilessly as adults, we say, "uh, uh! Not me! Not today! Not ever (again)!

I apologize for my snotty "re-read" comment. Just go to Border's or Barnes'n'Noble, and take the time to read "The Second Brain". Please do it for yourself and your future.

You mentioned that you could evaluate what I was saying better if you could just hear my voice. What would be different then? I submit that behavior and intent wouldn't change much, but your feelings would. Feelings are the stuff of life managed by the gut. If the gut is not in concert with the other eight senses, you can find your life spinning out of control, like a child's toy top. If guiding feelings that are stored in childhood in the gut, are based on false beliefs and faulty opinion, there will be no concert, because reallity will never match up with the image stored in the gut.

We aren't crazy! We just feel like we are!





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