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Trust Into Certainty!

I recently went to the OBGYN for a specific reason.  I made the appointment because I was feeling some sensations that I hadn't before and thought maybe I'd check it out.  The entire time I felt like I was in an episode of the Twilight zone.  The answers that were given to me made absolutely no sense.  It actually felt like she was speaking a foreign language and I have known her for years.  We have a relationship—rapport, so it's not like I was a new patient.  The point is not to bash her professional opinion, but rather to trust what my body was telling me.  In no way did my wisdom agree with her and my body made it very obvious by giving me cues.  The old me would have stayed in confusion, doubting myself, and searched elsewhere. But I have a new clarity and ability to decipher the message my body is giving me.

 

This was a clear “NO - this isn't the right solution for you.”  It was a beautiful experience even though I was perplexed for a while.  The beauty came once I had clarity.

We all have this clarity that can sometimes be cloudy.  We just have to tap into it, which often requires practice.  Practicing awareness is bringing your attention to your body throughout the day. It will tell you and does tell you all the answers. 

 

I use this practice all day and you can, too. For me, a YES feels light, simple, and easy, while a NO feels heavy and uncomfortable. From picking out our clothes, to foods to eat, to supplements, to activities… try it out!  

 

Just as it takes practice to tap into awareness, learning to trust yourself and your body also can require practice. It’s important because when we don't trust it, that can cause struggle. Learning to harness the technology of your body is the greatest gift.

 

Author
Dr. Nicole Bailey Nicole Bailey, D.C. received her bachelor of science degree in biology from Ursinus College. She went on to earn top honors at Life University, where she completed her doctorate of chiropractic degree. A member of the Chiropractic Fellowship of Pennsylvania, Nicole volunteers her time and service to various charities and non-profit organizations while also working to empower inner city youth about the significance of chiropractic care.

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