I have a hard time saying no and when I gather the courage to say no, the guilt explodes and my mind goes into a tug of war. Therefore, sometimes it is easier to say yes and get it over with so the mind can try to be at peace. To my surprise, the moment I started taking skyrocket elixir, I felt grounded and my mind quiet down. The first time I said no after taking the elixir, there was just calmness. No guilt at all and even when I kept wondering where the guilt was, it never surfaced.
I've also proudly taken time off work for my sanity without guilt. Another interesting discovery was how much more focused and how quick my mind was.
I have a hard time remembering to use the elixir 5 times a day, so I would squirt a full tube in my mouth when I remembered which was mostly once a day. I believe this elixir is amazing, no matter how you take it.
I literally took my first dose 18 hours ago and just took my third dose. The first thing that happened: I took my first personal day at my job LOL. I'm home right now, recuperating, as I have been burning the candle at both ends (I have a full-time job as a teacher, I'm in grad school working on a research project, I have another fellowship I am in, and I tutor part-time) and was starting to feel under the weather. I do think the Skyrocket gave me the courage to call out of work. Normally, I just push and push and push through, no matter how I am feeling.
Another thing I have noticed: I am angry...I am wondering if this is the healing crisis that can happen in a small percentage of people. It's anger at others who I feel like have crossed a boundary of mine...but then ultimately, anger at myself that I allowed the boundary to be crossed. I feel it it my chest, as my my heart is showing me situations I allowed my boundaries to be crossed.
I believe wholeheartedly that this NEEDS to happen so I can see where I've had lax boundaries, so I can tighten them up. And I believe that my anger will soften into compassion and forgiveness for myself and the parts of me that felt the need not to put myself first and allowed others to walk all over me.