Darn Near 50: When in a tizzy do you get dizzy?

I have noticed that recently I have been crashing into things. The chair leg. The edge of the table. The door frame. I have also caught myself almost falling downstairs, which is kind of scary. I thought it was my aging eyesight, but then I would be doing this all the time. Which I don’t.

So, I started paying attention to what was going on when I crashed into things. I discovered this …

When I am in a tizzy, I get dizzy.

This must be an aging thing, because I used to be able to get in a tizzy without gettting dizzy. Now, however, it seems to be more important than ever to keep my mind, body, and spirit in perfect balance. When my metaphysical balance is disturbed, my literal balance is disturbed.

I have to wonder if this is Nature’s way of keeping me safe as I age. You know, by Shouting at me, “SLOW DOWN and GROUND. You will soon be too old to stress out. It will take its toll.”

Well, it is working. It freakin’ hurts slamming into things, and I know that if I do fall down the stairs I ain’t gonna bounce. I am paying attention! I have eliminated all foods that clog my energy, and am doing daily meditation.

Metaphysically balanced; physically balanced.

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  1. My new mantra – thanks to you – when in a tizzy I get dizzy. That explains so much and simplifies what has concerned me over the last years. When I get stressed I can’t remember shit! I don’t know where I’ve left something, even if it was in my hand moments before. My balance gets off and, yes, I feel dizzy. The more I stress, the more confused I am. Good to know it’s my tissy dizzy syndrome. I’m cancelling all doctors appointments!

    This is a really great post, Eliza. And hit home with me.

    You made me laugh, learn something about myself ,and helped destress my stress! It really does manifest itself into physical conditions. I am working on diet and also easing up on myself that things don’t have to be perfect. Enjoy, breathe, and I’ll find those keys for the car soon enough.

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