I am in the process of becoming a life/health coach. I obviously have to apply everything I learn so I can successfully help and understand my future clients. I started the fourteen- day cleanse program last Monday. When I found out that I was going into a deep cleanse/detox program for two weeks, I said, “OH MY GOD” I am not going to be able to enjoy my favorite foods, drink a glass of wine with my meal, and enjoy my coffee in the morning. I mean the list of things I was going to miss out on just got bigger.
If we really pay attention, we do this all the time. We automatically anticipate what we won’t be able to get or have anymore. Our human minds go to the negative side of the story. Instead of thinking about not having my cup of coffee or my favorite meal I could have simply become excited because I was going to detox my body. It would only take two weeks. I would feel and look better. But of course, we get afraid of the unknown. How about we start by falling in love with the unknown?
I am in day seven already. I feel better than ever. I can already feel the difference in my energy level. My face and my skin are glowing, and definitely, my attitude has improved towards the importance of a cleansing. It was not easy especially for the first couple of days.
Since this is my first time ever doing any cleaning or detox, I experienced light headaches and fatigue. But after the third day, I honestly didn’t even miss my coffee or wine. Nothing that I was concerned with really happened. I am glad that I decided to do the cleanse. So why don’t we, instead of anticipating everything that can go wrong with any of our future decisions, start to become really excited about all the good that the future may bring.
By trusting, that “THE BEST IS YET TO COME.”