Sometimes it seems that you are replicating the act, which you had done earlier too yet you didn't know.
That day, I got up from the chair went to the plant in our backyard, smelled it with the bottom of my spirit, thought of plucking a flower, took my hand forward for that and stopped, suddenly a butterfly came in front of my eyes, and I went away as I get scared by it.
Out of the blue, while going away, I again stopped. This time not in the fear of any butterfly, but I got petrified, with my own thought.
It appeared as if the same incident had taken place earlier as well. The same tender green plant, The same indigo yellowish flower, The same carnation pink coloured butterfly, and the same act of mine of going away, in the fear of that butterfly.
But when? I didn't precisely recall the time and day, not even I was sure about it's happening. Yet, it had happened, sometime earlier, somewhere earlier.
Yes, It had happened. I can relate to it. Reconnect to it.
One, 1 tbsp of a day where everything seems fine Two, 5 tbsp of the perception of a threat or stress Three, 2 tbsp of a racing brain Four, 7 tsp of the anticipation of exposure to certain situations again Five, 3 tsp of the situations becoming cues or triggers
After Simmering for 5 mins on low heat, add
Five, 2 tbsp of a feeling of intense fear and anxiety Six, 1 tbsp of discomfort and chest pains Seven, 1 tbsp of feeling unsteady, lightheaded and faint Eight, 1 tsp of the feeling of unreality and detachment from self Nine, 1 tsp of numbness, palpitations and pounding heart Ten, 2 tbsp of feeling a shortness of breath and smothering Eleven, 1 tbsp of trembling, shaking and sweating Twelve, 1 tbsp of choking and fear of losing control Thirteen, 1 tbsp of severe nausea Fourteen, 1 tbsp of feeling like dying and going crazy Fifteen, 1 tsp of everything going hazy
During these 10-20 mins try adding the below given list for improving the recipe .....
Sixteen, 5tbsp of deep and mindful breathing Seventeen, 2 tbsp of becoming aware of your body Eighteen, 2 tbsp of progressive muscle relaxation Nineteen, 2 tbsp of thinking calming thoughts/ visualisation Twenty, 1 tsp of anti depressant/ anti anxiety medication
Stir and remove from stressful situation Once simmering ends, serve immediately (Avoid further stress triggers and anxiety)
The noun and adjective dilly, like many slang terms, has an obscure etymology. One etymology is that dilly is an alteration of delightful or delicious; the suffix -y is either the native English adjective suffix -y (as in juicy), or the originally Scottish noun suffix -y (as in granny). Dilly was originally an Americanism, first appearing in print in the early 20th century.