The parasite thing is interesting, because it’s so easy for me to be like ‘oh it’s all in my head’ and stop a protocol that may be working. After my recent success with ‘the zapper’ I even had a dream where – gross warning – I had a scab come off my knee and all this air came out, followed by these tiny black dots.. Then I saw a thin worm in my toe.. still in my body.. So that’s interesting! I had a couple days of feeling really good, although yesterday symptoms of hypoglycemia came back to an extent.
It’s interesting that I can rationalise this as being ‘in my head’ vs a physiological thing. This whole thing does tie into the power of belief and how powerful that is. For example if I eat gluten, I can be totally fine, although there have been times at work where I’ve eaten something with gluten and it has messed me up badly, after I’ve had fear about the possibility that I will have a reaction.. weird..!
I often eat a large amount of food, I guess a symptom of having a parasite/candida over growth etc is the feeling of never being full, and always needing to eat. The feeling of crashing an hour after eating is another annoying symptom.. With all this I stay quite lean.. although I do avoid refined carbs basically entirely.
At this moment the two things that I am focusing on balancing are diet and thyroid. The main challenges are the momentum of my procrastination and the causes of my procrastination.
The momentum of my procrastination is basically sitting in front of a computer and getting taken away by the chaos of global politics at this time (very chaotic) as well as other ways to lose time on social media. I can easily drift to other jobs not directly related to my goals, this is not helped by the causes of procrastination. Having a short attention span/ no motivation symptom of being hungry or low on thyroid.. or circadian rhythm being out of alignment (low dopamine as Jack Kruse says). These causes of procrastination fail to pull me back into being motivated, where I will complete goals and operate with a positive feedback loop. Ideally, with hunger, circadian rhythm and thyroid all balanced, I have time to work through the overwhelm of small ideas and projects with diligence. This means checking goals and what I’m doing with my time in a feedback loop, to help optimise my time and effort into goals. At the moment I feel like a back-log of projects makes choosing tasks to focus on seem over whelming, this is where scheduling can help.
So the first goals are balancing hunger, circadian rhythm and thyroid.
Work out food intake on average in terms of grams of carbs, fat and protein during the day. Does this look god? How can I Optimise it for a Paleo lifestyle. Is Keto an option?
This is simply a matter of balancing dosages. I need to finish reading these books on Thyroid, compare to what Kruse says on his website and keep doing labs for my own values.. learning more as I go
I need to go through this podcast again for notes on dialling in circadian rhythm. I am very sold on these ideas after listening once..
Flowing with Neutrality – New Phase – Part 1 Part 1: Neutrality
Part 2: Next Phase
November 17, 2016 Flowing with Neutrality – New Phase – Part 2 Part 1: Flowing with neutrality
Part 2: Follow your breath and quiet the mind meditation
Part 3: Open Q&A
Part 4: Continued Q&A
Part 5: Flowing with Neutrality Activation