Over the last month I know many of my friends and colleagues have been emotionally and physically affected by the earth shift and the new moon. What a ride.
My computer went down for over a week. My cell phone was having issues .My head felt like it was being squeezed in a vise. Clients booked only to cancel a day later. Through all of this I have learned to take each problem in stride. My biggest issue was when the Right Lower 2nd molar began to ache. It radiated pain in my lower jaw , my upper jaw and over to the left side of my face in sympathy. Being empathetic is not always pleasant. This is one of those more difficult times with everything else being emphasized.
I had to go with the flow and accept that some things can change and with others we have to address the source and make a change. I did bio-feed back. in light wellness, essential oils I even broke down and took Orajel, Amoxicillan Antibiotics for the infection and Ibuprofen to help ease the nerve pain. Everything within my knowledge and power. I don't due medication without careful thought to its effects.
The end result was that the molar had to be extracted with half my face being frozen. The infection did not allow the freezing to work so 3 times during the removal. The dentist had to put in more freezing along the jaw and once the tooth was drilled in half into the root in the center of the tooth. Painful is an appropriate word here. I still had pain with each piece being pulled out. Not a pleasant experience.
At home, I took more antibiotics, put the lights on my face to remove freezing and taught my class that evening. Life challenges allow us to grow, find internal strength and know we can overcome anything if we just focus and apply ourselves. We have to stay the course. in love and light
There is an old saying: "That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger." I don't believe that. I think the things that try to kill you make you angry and sad. Strength comes from the good things: your family, your friends, the satisfaction of hard work. Those are the things that will keep you whole. Those are the things to hold onto when you are broken.” ― Jax Teller