An athlete all my life, an educator in the field of health and wellness BUT ... although I may have been the picture of health, I didn't feel it. Emotional baggage had parked itself squarely in my life suitcase…to drag around like a trip gone badly. It became simple to put things in tiny boxes and tuck them away. Boxes and boxes of memories, people, circumstances, behavior…
A lifetime of athletic pursuits helped to keep the packing and unpacking of boxes at bay. But some boxes remained in storage too long and the rent was coming due. Put it in a box and tuck it away.
That ruled my life.
That in turn affected how I dealt with friends, family, social situations, stressful situations. I learned to internalize. I learned to keep people at a distance. For all the good and wonderful that had come into my life, I still carried the past close. There were parts of my life I wasn't truly happy with, even though I had every reason on the outside.
But then a simple brown box changed that.
One decision has changed my life course for the better. Physically, mentally and emotionally, imagine a box being able to do all that! A box that has created abundance in my life like no other!
In that box were SUPER-FOODS that woke me from my mental slumber.
In that box were SUPER-FOODS that returned restful sleep to a mind I wasn't able to turn off.
In that box were SUPER-FOODS that increased my physical energy that turned back the clock!
Emotional strength that allowed me to finally tear open old boxes and deal with age old junk. A box that has forces so strong and powerful it can tear down complete mind blowing storage facilities! Contents that help to fix the body and the brain and so much more!
Negative thoughts became inspiring thoughts.
Negative emotions became positive emotions.
Physical lows became rock solid highs.
Inspiration became the vision.
So I decided instead of going through endless boxes or making good on the overdue rent I was just going to burn the place down…
“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire” – Ferdinand Foch