Mini-inquiry: My body is out of whack

 

My body is out of whack.

Situation: Yesterday, following dehydration.

#1 – Yes.

#2 – No.

#3 – I experience that my body is out of whack, it seems clear it’s true. I feel a victim of my body and circumstances.

#4 – Open, curious, relaxed. Going with what is. Noticing something is different, and it’s OK. Not in conflict with what’s here. Friendly towards myself, others.

TA: My mind is out of whack.

When I believe my body is out of whack, my mind is out of whack. It goes into resistance, victimhood, complains, tantrums.

TA: My thinking is out of whack.

My thinking – about my body – is out of whack.

When my thoughts create labels about my body (tired, fatigued, out of balance), when it goes into stories about what this means, and when these thoughts are taken as true, my thinking is out of whack.

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Note

I explored these turnarounds as it happened, and could really see – and feel – that it’s true.

When my thoughts tell me my body is out of whack, and it’s taken as true, my thinking is out of whack.

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