Yay! Just had to tell you! Feeling happy.
In which the mercurial Skinner hypes extended urine fasting!
Date: 2/27/2006 12:32:50 PM ( 14 y ) ... viewed 1763 times
Well, you know there are up times and down times on a fast, but I'm using this up time to say: hey, looks as though things turn a corner round day 8. Boy was I scoffing at that Detox Stages stuff, but maye there's something in it. Fasters, and urine fasters, hang on that first week when it looks as though everything is hopeless - things do brighten up. For me, it's been that just today there seems to be hope for my blindness - well, as you can see I'm not totally blind, but I'm mostly blind with zero peripheral vision (easier to talk about this stuff when you suddenly think there could be hope for cure) - that's hinting of rather arresting improvement, nice now but with a promise on the wind of better...It makes a world of difference when you start to see the start of a start of a result - makes you feel part of the animal kingdom, and so positive about your fast and your body. I should be doing nothing now, so more cool can happen.
Continue stress from "worried" parents, suggesting seeing doctors at Columbia who are celiac specialists. Yeah, right. Pistols at dawn, looks like, folks.
By the way, I am massaging the urine a little once or twice a day. I don't know if it's just the "cold water" or the urine, but afterwards it feels good. Targeting places where hormones and enzymes might be most constructive and be conducive to good effect, and putting a little in the navel, as some say that goes directly to your intestines better than drinking it. Seems a crock to me. Today this fast seems like a really good thing. Oh - urine's continuing to be quite dauntigly strong-tasting.
But me and Little Bob Poo are not daunted.
I think if you are sitting there doing your nut despairing at the end of your tether, you should try a long urine fast.
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