I love my conscious self. My mind has defects, but now that I'm aware that I am not my mind I can accept my minds defects and see them as simple challenges to be overcome.
If you keep going into a barbers shop, you'll keep getting your hair cut. If you keep going into a pub, sooner or later, you'll end up drunk.
As long as you are honest then you will get all that you need. The universe has a way of rewarding the brave and punishing the ignorant.
There is something amazing about shared human connections and to begin to feel those again makes me grateful to be alive.
Today I felt like I was a little too close to reality and I think it freaked me out a bit.
When I looked in the mirror today I saw a younger me. I actually thought I looked physically younger.
It was quite a challenge to meditate today, as there was a lot of noise and distraction inside my head, but it helped.
I am really starting to believe that if you put your faith in the universe and let it guide you to what you need, the answers will automatically manifest themselves.
My lesson for today is a reminder that this is a progressive illness.
This journal is about my realisation and acceptance of my addictions and how I will overcome my shortcomings.