I've been very sick for the past year and am wondering if it is a result of an ongoing illness or consciousness shift. I am 20 years old and as a very young child I remember being able to kind of pop out of my body and watch myself, however after 8 yrs of age, I kind of stopped doing it. I had a very normal, fun life, up to the last year of my life--when suddenly I became very ill. I was training for a marathon (I have always been athletic) and went from running 50 miles a week to not being able to run at all within a 3 week span. I all the sudden had sinus problems, gained lots of wieght, lower lung capacity, panic attacks, numbness, lower adrenal function, bad digestion, and this feeling of spaciness or brain fog. Sometimes I feel like I am living in a dream. It kind of feels like I did as when I could pop out of my body. But it is much more scary and intense. I had a positive bowen lyme disease test, and a dry blood analysis showed I have heavy metal toxicity. Could these be the cause of my problems, or is it my body achieving a higher state of awareness. I had an abnormal spec scan of my brain showing some dysfunction and have felt this drunken dreamlike state for 7 months constantly with no break. Is this normal for someone transitioning? Could it be both a physical illness and a consciousness shift happening togehter?
I am a little weary undergoing antibiotic treatment for the lyme disease if it is unnecessary...and I am also scared that I am going to have to live my life in a fog. At this point, I feel so drunk all the time that I have not been able to drive or attend school and am hoping that there is some way to progress and get rid of the fog. I am undergoing quantum healing right now and plan to do chelation for the toxicity. I have done liver flushes, and gotten things out, but it has not helped the constant fog I live in. I know the power that we all have to heal ourselves and that visioning ourselves as on the path to healing can work wonders....and I am doing this...and I do have faith that I can get through this. I just wish I could feel human and concrete again, instead of feeling like im floating all the time.