It is a very strange phenomenon that sometimes, after a particularly severe virus, people can end up feeling really ill, long after they should have recovered. Why it happens sometimes, and not at others, is a mystery.
I tried using the Fast Start Resolution Magic technique with a half-minute active session for one such time in my life, and I have to say, it was only a couple of days before I forgot all about it. I was, amazingly quickly, completely back to normal.
What had happened was, a virus had ‘got me’. It was a couple of winters ago. At first, when I was quite ill, I had laid on the settee for about a week, sleeping most of the time. When I began to get a little better, I simply used whatever energy I had, and then I rested.
After four weeks, I was beginning to wonder if I would ever get back to normal. I hadn’t used the programme because I felt that my body would have a lot of work to do, and it would need to rest. When you have a virus, each cell that is infected has to be destroyed and then replaced. It is a mammoth task, but your body can do it, but you really shouldn’t ask it to do very much more.
After about four weeks, I decided that I had ‘rested’ enough, so I began the Resolution Magic on it. And, as I said earlier, I picked up very quickly. I did the active sessions when I felt most like lying down. When I felt my energy begin to flag, instead of going and lying down immediately, I did a half-minute session, promising myself that I could still go and rest afterwards.
Immediately afterwards, I went and sat down, put on the television, and enjoyed watching a daytime TV programme. And then I would go and get on with my work. Every day, I did the same routine, and after a few days, the flagging feeling didn’t appear. Job done!
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disclaimer: results may vary. Please consult your GP – Resolution Magic can work along-side regular medicine.
Disclaimer: The book does not, and cannot, provide individual medical advice, but rather is for general informational purposes only. My advice is not intended to be a substitute for individualized medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified professional who is aware of your medical history and has had an opportunity to examine you.