Today’s post deviates a little from the body, but is important when you want to make a change det benefits your body, and by that benefits you.

I am looking at the Nobel feast with the interviews. What comes to me is:

  • The importance of having fun.
  • If some test doesn’t give you the result you want, tweek some parameter and try again.
  • Be curious.
  • Believe in yourself and who you are and what you want to do.
  • Good food.
  • The ice obelisques at the main table.
  • All the intresting clothes that has been designed.

So, how does all this go toward changing your body?

I am thinking like this, as I work with helping people, whose body is pain ridden and low on energy, to change. To be able to make a change when the status of the body feels like 0 och below, you need to feel that the change:

  • Is fun for you to do.
  • Is motivating you enough so you keep going, even though you may have to tweek it on the way.
  • Makes you more and more curious about how your body works and what you can do to make it feel good.
  • Should lift you up as the star you are inside. You should feel that you are fantastic who do this for you and your body.
  • Good food means a lot for you to make it worth while to maybe change your diet and in that way better take up the nutrition you need to function.
  • The obelisques stands for me for a different way of thinking, to try a new perspective and see what happens. Plan and clear, to dare to stand up for something you want.
  • The clothes are for me a way to give a voice to what you believe in. Here I want to say: Dare to believe in yourself!

If the change doesn’t have all or many of these ingredients, you will probably not get a change that sticks with you. And for me the end goal is to get you to feel that it is wonderful to be you and that it is lovely to experience life.

A summary of my own experience of being sick as hell is found here.