Feng Shui To Come Back To Earth When You Are Spaced-Out!

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Feng Shui To Come Back To Earth When You Are Spaced-Out!

Have you had a hard time lately showing up 100% for things?

Whether you’re extremely happy or wildly overwhelmed, if you woke up late or found yourself with a mountain of unexpected obstacles greeting you as you walked out of the house, there are days when your mind just doesn’t synch up with the day intuitively.

Your body is present- your thoughts are in a daze.

Feng Shui To Come Back To Earth When You Are Spaced-Out!

Being in a daze can be a habit.

Checking out of life can become the best way to deal with things.

When you get into this habit, at first it feels relaxing. You know… “it’s all good… we’ll see what happens… I just don’t care any more…”

Soon, though, you’ll likely feel anxious, less-powerful and more the effect of things than the cause of them.

Quite literally, you are less powerful when you’re “half-present.”

Feng Shui To Come Back To Earth When You Are Spaced-Out!

Luckily, this is an easy habit to break!

I’m no stranger to checking out of life. I spend most of my teenage years and early 20’s in a fog. So many parts of my life were so unbearable that I wanted to sort of fly away until I knew how to manage the feelings. I understand the allure of drugs and extreme states of living as a way to carry yourself far-far-far from the uncomfortable sensations of where you are at the moment.

At 19, I was running around New York in a very fancy and gorgeous crowd. I ate once a day, I would sleep at friend’s house in Manhattan in a glamorous and informal couch surf so I didn’t have to be languishing in New Jersey and I made sure to have just as many sips of cocktails or puffs of marajuana as possible to keep me on the edge of escape. I didn’t ever have much, but just enough to be… hazy. It was “relaxing.”

One day, one puff of pot laced with something I wasn’t expecting, perhaps PCP, landed me passed out on the ground while shooting pool in a leather mini skirt and self-stitched sweater at the most flash-bulby restaurant in all of the city. I actually thought I was dead.

I could feel myself falling down, and then, in a split second I could the whole scene from above. I was stretched out on the floor, then in the arms of a few people I barely knew. All I could think of was: was this me, dead? I watched myself – from outside of myself- being carried past a few artists I loved – in a semi-surreal state of oblivion.

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