Four Weeks of Integration
It’s hard to believe it’s already been four weeks, almost five, since my last session at Neuro-Strength. People have emailed asking if it’s still working and I can say without a doubt that yes, it’s still working. I continue to feel like a new person. New attitudes about things. I see life, people and situations differently.
Something that’s cool is that throughout the sessions, they play a sound for you. A sound that you pick out, like birds, ocean, nature, rain, etc. Then when you’re done with the sessions, they give you a cd of the sound you chose and they advise you to listen to it everyday for at least 10 minutes. It helps the brain stay focused on the new changes. And boy oh boy, does it work.
About a week ago, I started to feel an old familiar feeling of depression that I used to get around the holidays. I hadn’t been listening to the bird cd because I had been doing so well……………so I popped it into the cd player and twenty minutes later, I felt like the new me again. I’ve continued to listen to it everyday to strengthen the changes and it’s going very well.
One of the most noticeable changes has been the memories that have come back to me. My memory has been shot the last few years and I’ve tried various things to strengthen it. Since the sessions at Neuro Strength, my memory continues to astound me. Yesterday on Christmas, I remembered more past Christmases, than I ever have. Just quick little memories pop into my mind.
I do get some of the bad memories as well. When I was a practicing alcoholic, I sobered up in Feb. ’73 and December of ’72 was an ass kicker as far as drinking myself into oblivion. Those memories have come back as well and believe me, those are memories I have not remembered for years. It certainly has reminded me why I quit drinking….thank God. So even the hard memories have been good to remember.
It’s definitely going to be a brand new year and I’m excited.