Drinking water too fast in too little time is dangerous. To do a thing, you just need to want to do it.
Date: 12/29/2015 10:14:09 PM ( 4 y ) ... viewed 432 times
Alright, it is late enough that I will post the blog for Day 1. Technically, it is still the middle of Day 1. Today was the day I found my fasting buddy Tk. She is writing in her blog The Chronicles, called so since it's such a hard journey. Hello, Tk, I hope you are not having trouble reading this. Go team!
Something I learned today is that we shouldn't drink too much water in too little time. The kidneys don't have enough time to filter it, so it makes our cells swell, and the neurons are not flexible enough, so it's going to cause brain edema, which could lead to a lot of complications, even coma.
Also learned about extraverts and intraverts. Extraverts think while they talk, while intraverts think before they talk. Extraverts gain energy from others while intraverts get energy from within themselves. I learned that I could motivate myself to do things by thinking that I really want to do it. It's all about what I want. Somebody had to ask what I wanted for me to figure this out. I realized I didn't really want to clean the cat litter, and I just needed to change my mind to want to do it. Similarly, I need to think that I really want to fast. Just need to strengthen my will and resolve. So I am more diligent because of this question of "What do I want to do," and even when I am doing something easy, thinking that I want to do that thing which I am doing makes me more mindful. I haven't felt this mindful in about seven years and never have gotten back such a positive motivation, and today was just Day 1.
I just don't want to eat.
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