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Author Topic: I'm I Going Mental?  (Read 7028 times)
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« Reply #10: February 16, 2011, 10:07:20 am »

I second a lot of what has already been said in this forum. I have been watching you for a while now- jumping from here to there, trying to grasp onto whatever you can. I think your best bet now is to sit still, and move slowly. There is no benefit in rushing into things.

I recently had an upheaval of my religious 'status quo'. So I know what it's like to suddenly feel like you're missing something, that you should have been paying attn when you weren't, etc. And now, while I'm trying to sort things out, I've found the best answer is to move slowly. When I decided to change my daily practice, I sat with the gods (more like they sat with me), and we kind of cam to an 'agreement' that I needed to take a step back, so that I could sort things out, so that I could lay a foundation that will last. They understand that things change, and I think if you just let them know what is up, that they will understand. That if you acknowledge that they're there, and leave it at that, that that can be enough until you figure out what exactly you're doing.

Just my .02.


Thanks for your seeds of wisdom, Devo. It's great to be back and talking to all of you. I'm not going to change anything on my page until I'm ready.

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