1) #SayBraveThings is my creation. My mind came up with it many years ago. It's always been a source of betterment in my life to live by that principle. Today is my turn to say a brave thing again. I'm a survivor of a hidden form of cannibalism within certain families. CNS fluid.
2) Throughout the years they have tapped my spine often for experience and sustenance. It's easy to do and easy to hide. The health consequences that I suffer in my spine are a direct result of this diminished CNS fluid and regular trauma from various spinal tap access points.
Jun 28, 2018 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
What would happen if you forced your body to repeatedly do things it was emotionally traumatized by doing? After decades of this self-abuse, would your body continue cooperating with your consciousness or would it react naturally in a way that preserves life over even itself?
Emotional trauma negatively affects the biochemistry of the body and therefore its function in profound ways. Over time consciousness itself would be affected by these chosen and forced behaviors, dulled by the brain's inability to perceive accurately through fried wiring.