When your in detox mode you have to allow your self rest. Those days that you have worked yourself sore can be spent meditating and resting. Books provide the best soul food on these days!
Day four was dealing with day three. About the only thing I did was work and sleep. I realized that some times we must take a break from the everyday and allow our selves to just be still and rest our minds and body's. I do a deep breathing exercise to help me sleep and it works wonders. A few key things happened on Day 3 that were positive, one was that I had some conversations about music. I could say that it has always been my first love. I remember digging through my dads records when I was younger, I loved how they vinyl sounded on the player. I later began collecting my own, when all my friends had CD players I was still listening to my turn table. Once I found poetry and rap as an out let for self expression it was a wrap.
"When your soul is resting, your emotions are okay, your mind is okay, and your will is at peace with God, not resisting what He's doing." - Joyce Meyer
There may possibly be something there I need to continue to explore. I also had a conversation with a client about where I wanted to be and what I wanted to do with my life from this point. I feel as though I am transitioning out of one phase and into another. This detox has been a great view into my thoughts on happiness and how if we simplify our lives by excluding what we don’t desire and focusing on what we do desire, how that can ultimately free us of making decisions that serve no purpose in fulfilling us. So day four was simply learning to love the journey and allowing myself the time to relax and figure out what really makes me the happiest.