Being an especially sensitive person is a bit like being a canary in a coal mine - we experience first whatever is the trickle factor into the masses; we are the thin edge of the wedge. Sensitivities that relate to food and lifestyle - we get them emphatically and then make changes, learn about alternatives, … Continue reading Letting that canary sing
Top of the most interesting topics to write about this week, and not for the first time, is the subject of synesthesia which is something I’ve been aware of having all my life, though I only discovered the word used to label the phenomenon when I was in my twenties. My original post, called Walking … Continue reading Colours passing through – the fibromyalgia synesthesia link
Fibromyalgia - is it all to do with the left & right sides of the brain? There's an interesting phenomenon that I've noticed, to do with fibromyalgia...one I really started sitting up and taking note of when I read Jill Bolte Taylor's autobiographical book, "My Stroke of Insight", a couple of years ago (and reading … Continue reading Nia perfect – dance that makes a difference
The same should apply to us all really; if you get to know your triggers in life you can smartly side-step them or at least minimise the impact they have on you. If fibromyalgia is part of your picture, you very likely have multiple triggers that can set off a flare-up of symptoms. So my … Continue reading Know your triggers
If healing is a return to wholeness, then loss of good health is the ultimate fragmentation of the self; a state, made manifest, of something much deeper occurring on the inside. Ten years ago, my health crashed in the most spectacular way. Across the decade since that time, I find been have steadily regathering all of the scattered parts of myself and putting them back together in such a way that I now find I am much more than the sum of my parts. This is my journey - shared.