In this hectic culture of high-stress, we're all looking for just a little relief to get us by. Don't get me wrong. There is certainly something to be said for the therapeutic benefit of all these activities listed here. A single glass of red wine, for example, can unwind the day's tension from our clenched shoulders.
One of the most frequent barriers to moving forward in life that I’ve seen in my one-on-one work with clients, is the inability to let go of something that wants to be released: a destructive emotion, a painful sensation, an old holding pattern in the muscles, an even older thought pattern.
You're bored. The things that usually excite you taste stale. Life doesn't seem to be changing fast enough for you. You thought you were making great progress, but now you seem to have lost interest.
At a lowered body temperature of 95°F the dizzy spells begin. The shivering, which is responsible for generating the little body heat you do possess finally stops. Your body will now maintain high temperatures only around the vital organs
We have everything backwards. You don't do what you think will make you happy. You BE happy first, and do whatever follows that. (I'm not saying anything that hasn't been said before.)
Things are changing (and REALLY fast). Our cogs start to shake and tremble when we feel the screws of our old paradigm coming loose. The terror of upheaval can manifest as instability in the back or elsewhere in the body, anxiety