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Day 67: Quiet Mind

Posted by intrepidshe , in Healing Work 15 February 2014 · 98 views

Feb. 15, 2014 (Countdown Part II-rewind:  3 days to gynecologic exam):
I have a quiet mind tonight. I think it's a sign that I haven't got anything to process right now. I think it's a sign that I've been getting it out; and it's helping.
I feel peaceful right now. Posted Image
In my mind it's like I'm in a meadow. It's warm. The grass is soft and the air has a gentle perfume to it.
Even if it's only for a few hours, I'm glad I'm here.

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This is a moderated PUBLIC blog. This blog is a therapeutic tool I am using to help me get over my fear of doctors (which is made difficult by a history of abuse by them) to learn to grieve, and ultimately to integrate my dis-integrated heart.


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