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Without question, I use the metric system more than the “American standard” system of measurement. Recently I came to Florida, from California where I had been living for almost three years. Suddenly I am seeing more of – and using- the “United States customary units” again!
The older I get the more I come to place faith in ancient healing techniques. My parents were never exposed to, and don't much believe in many forms of spirituality, except for possibly the Catholic stuff, but that's the stuff that makes the least sense to me. Recently I learned about Ein Sof;
Obviously you wouldn't want to open a business while you are still drinking/using, or directly after you stop, because a relapse would cost you more than your health at that point!
- Low and behold, she was just the first in a stampede of new-age asmrtists that made me relax and gave me tingles not because they used soft sounds, but because they used soft sounds to their advantage. Gibi seems to me, to be someone in their natural habitat doing what they love. Now let's compare her work to, say, ASMR Haven.
The French Whisperer has carved himself out a place not only in the ASMR Community, but also in the history books. His most recent video takes us through the Black Forest in Germany, and teaches us about The Ring of the Nibelung.
This video is a great choice for individuals using ASMR to fight the urge to drink or use drugs or other substances that may harm the body. With today's Video Of The Day, you can just zone out, and think about life, or catch some zee's; or if your one of the lucky ones, you can get some tingles! Jolly Day!
Am I making sense? Or is this making you feel as if all hope is lost? Honestly! My philosophy is so much different than most of the sobriety philosophies I have encountered. If you want to have a drink, you will probably end up having a drink. If you don't want to have a drink, you will probably end up not having a drink.
Watching Sober James do his livestream for the past week has been a real experience. Alcoholics Anonymous was not what I needed to get sober, and honestly I believe that a lot of the practices AA supports don't lend themselves to long-term success. Obviously the people it has worked for would argue strongly against that.