What if Attention Deficit Disorder was redefined as ADD- Attention Differently Designed?
My Attention was always Differently Designed (ADD). I’m so thankful.
I am a wildly dyslexic gleefully happy man. Were it not for my rather astounding level of dyslexic perception, I would not be the Medical Intuitive that I am nor would I have had the visual skills to be the successful photographer and filmmaker that I have been.
My own unique form of perception is a gift I learn from everyday.
Thank God I was just called weird or stupid and wasn’t drugged like so many millions are today. My attention as a child by contemporary measures moved around a lot. I was always drawn to the spaces between things and people.
David likes music especially drum rhythms. You know like beat, beat pause, pause, pause beat. Irregular beats make the most beautiful and amazing music. But what about when the drum of life is irregular, when you actually have an irregular heartbeat?
About a month ago, we were sitting in meditation when David felt compelled to check his pulse. But something had changed! The regular heartbeat he once had wasn’t there anymore. Instead it was beat, beat, pause beat, beat, beat pause……… It was irregular, really irregular!
There are many proven strategies that assist people in losing weight.
Have you tried some? We have.
Of course what we eat, when we eat and how much we exercise are critical factors in maintaining healthy weight. And yet with all the brilliance and billions of dollars spent on weight loss, more often than not, the fat comes back.
What’s the missing ingredient that can assist us in keeping extra weight off our bodies?
What if making friends with death gave us even more vitality, joy, love and freedom?
We have seen people fight and struggle with the powerful truth that we are not designed to live permanently in these bodies. When we become ill, whether it is gravely or just a cold, what shows up is the powerful habit of looking away from and fighting the presence of our evolutionary ally death. When we let go of the fight and become friends, we create less friction and more ease in our lives. Of course, having a will to live and thrive is a symptom of our love of life itself.