It's really weird how much effect a dream can have over our general mood that day. And especially a dream in the morning, when you're just about to wake up. What's even more disturbing is the fact that you are so easily susceptible to emotional affliction caused by external sources. Learnt in Physics that a lower center of gravity leads to higher equilibrium. So I wonder how this applies to the emotional body.
Normally people gorge on high-calorie food when they get the blues, don't they? But I have had to force myself to eat. I even missed one cup of tea today! Can you believe that? Forget tea, I still have the 2 bars of chocolate sitting in my refrigerator, and I felt no desire to touch them either! So does it mean that I have passed beyond the stage of recovery now?
Oh man! What the heck! I can't really concentrate on this post anymore... there's a good action movie on the TV right now, and I couldn't care less how awful my dream was, or how awful it made me feel, or blah blah blah!
But one thing I will mention in the end... I didn't touch those 2 bars of Cadbury's Dairy Milk! I managed to restrain the emotional turbulence within the emotional body, and did not allow it to seep through into the physical body too! Yayyyyyy! :D
This is my 29th post for NaBloPoMo November 2010.
Link to the previous post: Tricolored Macaroni-On-The-Fly
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