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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Just completed a 21 day mediation challenge and boy did it help me reduce my stress and reframe how I think. By reducing stress, the urge to gnaw was greatly reduce, the stress hormones were not wreaking havoc within my body. My blood glucose numbers have been coming back down to previous levels. Plus I think it is keeping an ulcer from redeveloping.

So with September just around the corner, it is time for me to get a plan in place. Mediation will definitely be a part of it. Those few minutes make a big difference for me.

If you have 15 minutes, here is link to a free sample of the challenge.
www.chopra.com/ccl-medit
ation/21dmc/free-stream.html



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  • v SUNSET09
    Good for you in taking the steps needed to get on the road to a healthy lifestyle. Keep up the good work and thanx for sharing! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1002 days ago
  • v FREELADY
    Wonderful self-awareness! I love it how the positive action spills over into good results in multiple areas!

    Your follow-through and planning is an inspiration to me!
    1002 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Just finished it too (2 days ago). Wasn't it awesome!

    HUGS
    1002 days ago
  • v TRAVELGRRL
    I have been AWOL for awhile and need to catch up, but I can't believe that meditation may have staved off an ulcer, and that you definitely notice the difference in "munching" impulses. It's obviously something you need to do on a regular basis. I think I'm way too ADD to manage meditation...which is probably why I need it. :(
    1002 days ago
  • v WATERMELLEN
    Very nice blog . . . I've gotta get back to meditation more formally!! And: thanks for your very kind comment on my "slogging along" blog today: so much appreciated.
    1002 days ago
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