Saturday, March 9, 2013

the 21 day project

I bet you are feeling a bit abandoned. I haven't written in...well... a very long time. Last year, roughly about this same time, I started  to follow some breadcrumbs. I picked up those breadcrumbs willingly and happily and I really had some amazing wonderful times picking up those breadcrumbs. But while I was following that trail, I  lost myself. I found myself alone in a wooded forest of thick emotion. I was all alone, confused, sad and scared. I kept looking for the breadcrumbs and looking for a way to the light again. I frantically looked for some time for a path, for a crumb, for any kind of hope. 
Last weekend,  I went away on vacation and found my first ray of sunshine. It took a bit for it to sink in, to really understand what I had to do to leave that dark place. Truth be told, I'm still in it. I'm still holding onto the last piece of bread that I had found. But I can hold on to the bread or I can head the advise of the breadcrumb thrower, to move on and not bother to look for the crumbs anymore. A good friend told me about this 21 day meditation thing that Deepak Chopra and Oprah do, thus the 21 day project. 
Starting Monday, I get this little email that teaches guided meditation. I'm taking it a few steps further. I'm going into a sort of deep freeze. I'm going to de-toxify my body (which after all that bread has gained 30 pounds) and I'm going to de-toxify my heart (which has taken quite a beating). 
Only healthy, organic food and absolutely no, none, zilch men. I don't care if Bradley Cooper himself asks me out, no way jose! I am not dating, touching, kissing, nothing at all for at least the next 21 days. 
What does this mean for you? Well, I'm going to blog each and every day about it. Kind of an online diary. Hopefully, it will get me back into the swing of baring my soul for the wide vast 7 followers that I have. See you Monday. 

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