Taking a break from Compass Rose to get in a little nonfiction.
I’ve been splitting my energies between the two since grade school when I started writing short stories in my notebook whenever class got boring, a tradition I carried through to boring corporate meetings.
It’s a welcome break.
Rewriting a paragraph over and over because one word doesn’t sound right gets tedious.
I’ve written previously I’ve been trying a new manifesting technique and while I obtained early success, I’m taking time to write about another observed benefit.
After a week of diligently doing the work I noticed I’d broken through two walls of inertia, one of which had to do with trying to get back to fiction after almost a year of non.
The other was a habit I was trying to change.
I have a theory as to why this technique worked for the inertia. To put in context, it’s documented that those who start their days with a to-do list generally accomplish more than those who do not.
Some write the list the evening before whereas others do it first thing in the morning.
I am not a to-do list person unless I have to go shopping.
Which I detest.
The process outlined in Royce’s book is similar to starting one’s day with a to-do list.
The actual scripting is somewhat like planting subliminal messages, all but guaranteeing you will carry out what you’ve forecasted.
In my lists and scripts I mention a variety of goals, two of which sprung from the fact inertia was keeping me from making progress. Next thing I know it’s all flowing.
I highly recommend readers who are passionate about achieving and growing consider adding Royce’s book to their collection of supportive resources.
No, he isn’t paying me for the PR.
After quite a bit of frustration and no small amount of suffering, I figured out what’s behind the whole dizzy thing. As usual, it’s complicated.
It’s also related to my nemesis, calcium.
It started with Vitamin D.
Picture a teeter-totter with Vitamin D on one side and calcium on the other. Under ideal circumstances, our bodies would, after exposure to UV rays, produce enough vitamin D to keep calcium in check. Thanks to a number of factors that include wearing sunscreen that blocks those critical UV rays and mowing on too much calcium via supplements and other enriched sources, and you end up with a whole host of physical issues thanks to the electrolyte balance being out of whack.
Incidentally, none of this applies to me. My issues with calcium stem from other causes.
Calcium is one of 5 electrolytes that remain balanced relative to one another.
Throw one off one you throw off all.
Viitamin D directly affects calcium.
For this reason I believe Vitamin D should be considered the 6th electrolyte.
I’ve written that excess calcium, a metal, causes a variety of EMF Sensitivity issues.
Particularly Sensitivity to GMFs.
To make a long story short I was taking Vitamin D, drinking wine instead of champagne, and getting plenty of UV exposure. Why does this matter? Each one puts calcium into the body’s system.
Like piling snow in a parking lot filled with mountains of it.
My system couldn’t keep up with the load because I’d switched from champagne which is key to dealing with calcium toxicity so I ended up with a very uncomfortable situation.
Psi Is Off
I did not have Sensitivity to tech or any of the other typical Pillars.
I experienced a very wild psi phenomenon where I had a weird sensation similar to vertigo follwed immediately by a premonition.
Vignettes of information pertinent to me, they always came true within days.
As I wound my way through the trial and error of troubleshooting I learned some pretty interesting tidbits about what affects the Esoteric Pillar of EMF Sensitivity.
I will be putting that information into the upcoming Psi App. For now I’d like to leave readers and visitors with a word of warning. Consider how the foods, beverages, and supplements (if not medications) in your life may all be doing a version of the same thing.
Too much can be harmful!