Ben Ahrens: Cultivating Intuition Through Meticulous Self-Tracking

Ben Ahrens got his start in self-tracking as a personal trainer for six years. He was then diagnosed with Lyme disease and spent two years in bed. In the video below, he talks about his tracking failures, the importance of intuition and simplicity, and what he learned about controlling his symptoms by tweaking his mental state. A courageous, honest, insightful story. (Filmed by the New York QS Show&Tell meetup group.)

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  7. Theresa says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this! I was diagnosed with auto immune 21/2 months ago and was so fearful of my future. I’m using alternative methods of CURING this and your videos are very inspiring to me. I’d like to know more about the questions that you asked yourself to assist in shifting your mind in such a way that had you heal and recover. My feeling is that one has to feel the emotion of a healed body whatever that may be in order to have it materialize physically in the body. But how did you do that with the fear and the pain or discomfort of the present moment? I really hope you write to me. Thank you again for your sharing! Theresa

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