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RE: New User of USLM 1
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Hi RT,

I started using USLM4 on April 9th, and I am currently in my 3rd cycle of listening days. I haven't noticed anything significant yet, and I have been kind of busy so I haven't started a new thread for that yet.

Like you, I am wanting to listen to it more. I had 1 day of tiredness when I first started, but that was it. I do feel like I am not listening enough and I definitely want more, so I will be increasing my listening days starting with this cycle. I plan on keeping the same number of loops, increasing the days I listen, and maybe decreasing the rest days off. 7 days off feels like too many days to me. What are your listening plans for the sub ?

I do trust Shannon's advice, and I am going to start following my intuition about wanting to use it more. I am using the hybrid version, and I play it with wired earbuds while I sleep.

I have 1 very specific goal and 2 sub-goals related to that. I am not going to reveal my goal, but when it is achieved I will let you know.

It sounds like you have been on quite a ride these past few months and it is nice to hear that you are back on track and that things are going well for you. The only thing that has ever given me non-stop anxiety was coconut oil. From what I learned, it can act as a thyroid hormone mimic, and it made me hypersensitive to normal amounts of adrenaline. I had a "year from hell" when I was eating it regularly. After about 2 weeks off it, I started to feel normal again. That was over 10 years ago and I still avoid it.

I am looking forward to reading more of your USLM4 journal and I hope our paths will lead us to our desired destinations.