Recently I got the vid, bad, really bad, wouldn’t recommend it. At one point I was hallucinating that World Chase tag champion (yes, that is a thing, and you watch it on ESPN8) Kyle Soderman was chasing me around my living room in a weird game of tag. That’s when I thought “Is it time to go to the hospital? Is that how know?” Not being a doctor, I won’t say for sure, but it turns out I did have a fever of a 103 which earned me some Tylenol.
Why am I telling you this? Because many of you are dealing with illness or injury right now. I know because you call me for intuitive readings wanting to know why this happened. As for “why” sometimes things are just random, sometimes its because we need to pause and reflect on life and a full stop illness makes that happen very quickly..other times? Well, that’s life and that’s how it goes.
But what comes next can be a big problem.
The part doctors never tell you about illness and injury is that the sudden stop of physical activity often causes you to have to deal with a nasty depression so in addition to your physical healing, you will also need to focus on your mental health.
How, I’m sick?
Well again, I am not a doctor but in almost all cases a little bit of exercise is ok even if its just 5 minutes on the stationary bike while you watch the beginning of Top Gun. Yoga by Adrian has some nice short videos but even just a spin around the block helps.
–Journal: yep, I bet you have like 3 mostly empty ones you bought for some class. Great! Bust em out and write your feelings, its cheaper than talking to me.
–Get help: Speaking of talking to me or any mental health professional… It can be really helpful, and I highly recommend speaking to someone when you are depressed, if only for the great perspective you gain from the situation. I have a hypnotherapist for myself, and I get intuitive readings too by the way.
-No major changes: Making major decisions from this place can be problematic as the world doesn’t look the way it will later so allow yourself to get peaceful again before you send that “its not you its me” email and end something. You might feel differently later.
When I got well enough to make it to my Chiropractor she asked me if I sent any emails I regretted. “Yep, and some texts too” “Well” she said, “Copy and paste apologies work well” It sounded like she knew from experience.
And know that you are important, you matter, and you are loved. And when you get sick or injured remember that emotional healing is also a major part of the process.
Jill K Thomas CHT
Soul Connect Transformations
Hypnotherapy and Intuitive Readings
Author of the books “Tales from the Trance” & “Feed your Real Hunger”
Appointments available Globally by Video Chat