Round 71

 

Day 1: The clouds look wild! Little fluffy clouds! Orb style! Wow! Colours must be coming on strong because the sky is talking to me in texture, depth, colour and looks amazing. Did someone slip me some disco biscuits? Blues looking funky and I keep noticing them all over the palace. I love chelation when it brings me these wonders!

First day after-round: That was an eventful round! Defcon 1 in terms of colours looking sharp. I am seeing in high-definition too. Really crystal clear viewing at the moment. Lots of blues standing out and winking at me. I did have a few grotty hours during the round, which was a drag. But I also have a few hours of feeling absolutely wonderful, which was brilliant.

Third day after-round: I got pretty tired and drained again, but I survived. I had also started a three day liquid fast.

Overall this was a super-fluffy-colours round. Blue is the colour, and I think I see another type of blue in there? Mauve? Is that a real colour? Is that purple I spy? Not sure, whatever, it’s funky man. Makes me feel like a kid again.

I am running out of 5mg ALA caps. Time to order some more from Dean at www.livingnetwork.com.za in South Africa. But I’m gonna stick at this dose. Moving up to 6.25mg ALA was too problematic and hurt too much last time. I need to chelate at levels that don’t damage me. I am juggling my city job and family life here. So yeah, I’m going to stick with 5mg ALA for now. Cutler says find a dose and stick with it. That’s what I’m going to do. The inclination is to push on and get to higher dosages, but each hard round gives me the dose of reality I need to keep my dose level ‘n’ steady. 5mg suits me for now. On round is fine, after the rounds finished can be a drag, but it’s manageable.

As usual I end the round with a super-duper-double hot Epsom salt detox bath. They agree with me. They certainly reduce my after-round redistribution side effects.

I am also dreaming frequently. Austin Powers style dreams.

Schedule: 5mg ALA only, 3 days on round. Dosage taken every 2.5 hours, except at night which is every 3 hours.

 

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