Have you ever been in the middle of a Coffee Enema and during this 15 minute process someone randomly knocks on your door twice? Stop! Don’t let me lose you because you think this is all about Enema’s. I can promise this is a quick little bit of information to start writing. I have a lot to tell you and I think you will find it interesting and informative. I am fully cognizant of the feelings within myself, physically, emotionally and literally when a person says, ENEMA! It is a little uncomfortable and gives me a huge feeling of vulnerability. If you would like more information on Coffee Enema’s go to: cor-vital.
I am writing this blog in 6 different parts. My goal is for you to internalize some of my ideas. These ideas may change the way you think about certain issues. I am researching and learning from different sources in my training and journey. If my ripple is strong enough, we can utilize some of these ideas and initiate change in our self and others. My goal is to give Awareness, Education, and Inspiration.
Here are the 6 different topics I would like to discuss this week.
- Freedom From Depression
- Living in the NOW
- Passion vs. Purpose
I realize these are all pretty heavy and provocative topics. I am deep into my studies of Integrative Nutrition and while learning I am being pulled deeper into the Primary Food study. I stated before my background was Business and Finance in school and my husband has a degree(he never used) in Psychology. I find myself wanting to know more and attracted to the study of Environmental Psychology. What we put on our plate and the nutrition we put in our bodies is contingent on how healthy we make our Primary Foods.
Primary Foods consist of these “outside factors” that satiate our hunger for life as opposed to hunger for food. Examples of primary foods include healthy relationships, fulfilling careers, and regular physical activity. Sometimes we are fed not by food, but by the energy in our lives.
The Institute of Integrative Nutrition teaches, “When primary food is balanced and satiated, your life feeds you, making what you actually eat secondary” hence the distinction between primary and secondary foods.
Currently, my husband and 18 month old are visiting family for 16 days in England. I have two older children, 10 1/2 and almost 15. This is the longest period of time I have been away from my baby and my husband and I normally travel together. This was a trip back to his home country to specifically spend time with his great-grandmother who is in poor health. Ainge will have time with his British Family and see where his dad is from. This time apart has given me an opportunity to focus on my older children. The oldest, Jackson is in 9th grade and is almost 6 foot tall. He will be leaving the nest in 3 years. The middle child is Peyton, 10 1/2 and my only girl and I am finding how similar, not just in looks, but in overall social cognition.
Next part of the blog I will talk about a book on Depression and a Podcast which was spot on. The details and ideas around this topic I feel are ground breaking and life changing for many people.
I will also tell you the story of Jackson and Peyton when they were 8 and 4 years old and decided to take a grocery cart and knock over about 15 displays of red wine. The area was even blocked off because you can’t buy alcohol in North Carolina on Sunday, until noon. It all happened the first 45 seconds of walking into the store. Too Be Continued!