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#19 – and now for something completely different

Credit- Daniel Reche

28th May 2020- Its been over a week since my last blog, not that I’ve lost interest but after re-reading my previous blogs I was starting to become unhappy in the direction I was heading. When I’m not blogging, Im resting, healing, meditating and working my way through my pile of self help books. Over the last few days the same message seemed to keep reappearing to me in various guises but the message in its simplest form was thus, ‘where the focus goes, the energy flows’.

The main reason I began my blog was to document my accident and my subsequent recovery, but I was starting to focus more on the negative aspects of my life and almost found myself enjoying wallowing in the all too familiar pit of despair and self pity. Just looking back at some of the tags I was using, depression, anxiety, pain and despair, whilst I cant deny I was feeling these emotions, If I allowed myself to continue to focus on them then that’s how I would continue to feel.

And so after a few days of reflection, I decided I needed a radical change. Its time to focus on the positive, and only the positive, of course I was still hurting mentally and physically but all the signs were pointing in one direction, just focus on the positive and that’s where my energy will flow. If all my energy is flowing to the positive aspects in my life then surely by the laws of physics there will be nothing left to feed my negativity! What a wonderful world its going to be!!!!!

By A single handed view on life!

Life has a funny way of surprising you sometimes and just when you least expect it you hit a bump in the road and things are never the same again. On 12th April 2020 I had a serious accident that would change the course of my life forever. I found myself at a crossroads and had to make a very quick decision, I could lay down and let it beat me or stand tall and face it head on, thankfully I chose the latter. This blog follows my recovery and how each day I learn to adapt and most importantly how I now see the world from a completely new perspective. My injury to me is life changing but over time I will recover, regain my strength and hopefully some of my mobility. They say life begins at 40, well my life has certainly been reset and I see this as a fantastic opportunity to start over and begin to enjoy life and it is my hope that I can reach out to others and give them hope and inspire them to find the strength to overcome their own problems.

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