Rough Morning? Me Too – Here’s What I Did

 

This moment took place in the morning, when I hit a huge resistance in the form of a pressure, fidgetiness, and I felt like I couldn’t breathe. This is when the urges came flooding in. The resistance is a familiar one for me that comes when I do self-writing on tough points, and beginning a project that I found overwhelming.

I was supposed to have these things done in a couple of hours, but instead I lingered in the ‘urge’ experience for over 4 hours, partially completing only one document. In this video I explore what thoughts and reactions cause the resistance to build up so that I can understand WHY and HOW I created it for myself.

I lay out my blueprint of how I will tackle the issue in my day. I manage to find some relief and feel more ready to face the day after creating this real-time moment of support. The video also includes a next-day update, looking at how the moments of support we create for ourselves play out over time, and not necessarily right then and there, in the moment.