Routines Can Change but it is not . . .
By Erica H
April 2, 2017 11:17pm CST
The end of a relationship as a whole just one part of it. Take recovery for example: from any kind of emotional, physical or psychological trauma there will be a separation of things that will no longer serve their original purpose. Triggers that need categorizing and responses that need better compartmentalization will be required because a pattern or habit must change or be altered or even, removed. Right now, mom, who is very active who enjoys engaging in conversation with me or other people, is used to always facing them and talking or interacting, MUST stay in the down head position for 45 minutes of every hour for these 7 days (we have gone 3 there are 4 more left till another post-op surgical apt) and is NOT permitted to return back to work for a total of 14, and only 4 have passed. If (and when) a particular sense like smell or taste, or in this case sight, is deliberately compromised by natural forces brought on by aging, you would be amazed at how well the body makes up for the loss while healing is in order. As with habits that routine make available to us that we feel we cannot change, can in fact be changed. Just like those 'lost or numbed' senses that insist on taking a portion of their 'reserve' ability in order to flood the sensory channels to allow for maximum exposure to stuff with what is working; so is a routine that gets changed so that improvement occurs. We were talking earlier last night regarding her and others she spoke with at the surgery center, their particular sense has 'heightened' offering a much greater degree of enlightenment to perceive the world around them (her) better and I was just curious if during some trauma or unusual event you or someone you know, did a heightened sense of awareness make itself known so that you can now be stronger in face of any other challenge ? **Enlightenment banner sketching is of my own design 2003-2020eih**
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