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Lisa,

An effective list of mini ways to get back into a breakthrough. I sometimes think of the eastern perspective of impermanence...even though I feel tired and not ready to do something it will not last and if I think it is going to last (permanence) I tend to make the stuckness last even longer.

David

David - ah, yes, I agree, the concept of impermanence is key.

Lisa your advice to go do physical things is crucial. This both renergises you eventually AND more importantly (to me) it stops the "bad day" from sliding toward a depressive slump that lasts weeks and is harder to climb out of.

Good post.

Pete - yes, that's a good point. Some people are more sensitive than others, too. I have a friend who tends to remain fairly upbeat when he exercises regularly. But when he doesn't, his moods become much more sad and depressed.

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