I walked into the place where I’m staying in Bali to find water all over the floor. It’s a friend’s apartment, so of course I wanted to get things cleaned up, I had a bit of experience with water damage when I was working construction. Let me tell you, it’s no fun.
But, before I tell you what happened and how this relates to back pain and natural healing, let me say that Bali isn’t quite the romantic wonderful place to live that you might think it is. When people find out I am in Bali for six months they instantly call me lucky. Well, it is a wonderful place with great places to see, and the people are great, but the place does have its problems.
I’m here working on my back pain stuff because it’s cheap to live here, especially when I have a good friend with a place I can stay. But, I am here to work, so sight seeing is not what I have been doing. I saw a few sites on previous visits, and honestly it just isn’t my preference. Don’t get me wrong, I do find it a beautiful place with the terraced rice fields and adjacent jungle. The rivers and the deep ravines they cut, and the way everything is so green, not to mention the flowers. But, there really is no place like home.
The year before I can to Bali I lived in northern California in the redwoods next to the Russian river. There is no comparison, at least for me, to the beauty of that area and Bali. It’s just a personal preference.
Another issue I have with Bali is that it is in Indonesia. There are a lot of political problems here that I won’t go into now. But I will mention the noisy and smoky motorcycles. I ride a “motor” myself, it’s a great way to get around, and a lot safer than riding one in the US because most of the vehicles here are motorcycles, and so it’s a lot safer. But it really is hard getting behind a smoker which will happen. I should have brought more glutathione precursors.
So I walk into this flood and find the water issue, a burst hose. Turn the water off and get help to clean it up. I worked for a good two hours carrying furniture and very heavy wet rugs out. After the second heavy object I was pleased to notice my back was doing just fine. Amazing considering all the problems I had with it in the past.
I will admit to a slight twinge though. I had suspected my adrenals were down a bit since being out of town was business related and very busy. The stress of missing sleep is probably what weakened them.
But, it was only a very slight twinge that lasted only the few seconds it took to adjust it. Now that most of the mopping with the inherent bending over to wring it out (I’m tall which makes it even harder), I’m happy to say that I feel the work I did, just a little tired, but no back pain at all. Pretty good for someone who couldn’t walk because of back pain at one point, and I just turned 51 to boot.
My adrenals will come back up in a day or so. I have supporting supplements, and a good nights sleep will surely help.
You too can be free from back pain and regain most of the strength you had in your youth. All it takes is a little knowledge, most of that is in Back Pain Secrets, and knowing how to fix your own back on the fly with Self Adjusting Technique doesn’t hurt either.
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