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This is the time of year when many of us think about New Year's resolutions.

All of us who have signed up for the Gupta Program almost certainly did so in the hope of changes for the better. Very few of us realised the full extent of the changes made to our lives by our emergence from the chronic illness cocoon to the freedom and joy of our post recovery metamorphosed butterfly form.

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I certainly never dreamt my life could be as wonderful as it is now.

This doesn’t depend on any external factors because it stems from deep inside me.

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Whatever life throws at me, whether it is wonderful or even terrible, I can accept it and allow my feelings to celebrate or grieve. I can do what I think is for the best, hopefully without harming myself or others.

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I’ve never been in the habit of making a New Year resolution but this year I do resolve to KOKO (keep on keeping on) with my Gupta practice which has done me so much good and is keeping me well. Without any specific expectations, but in the knowledge that KOKO has already brought me a totally unexpected new life.

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I recommend this as a manageable New Year’s resolution.

KOKO, everyone.

May your new life full of joy and serenity emerge for you in its unexpectedly wonderful form.

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Margaret Cory

Having been forced to stop working aged 53 due to CFS, I was later diagnosed with Fibromyalgia as well. (With the added challenges of hypersensitivity to chemicals, smells, various foodstuffs, bright light, noise, etc.)

10 years later I found the Gupta Program and started my recovery. Wanting to pay back some small part of what I owe the Gupta Program I later volunteered to be a moderator in the Facebook Gupta Forum.

1 thought on “My KOKO Resolution”

  1. Margaret your cheerful posts are a great inspiration – I love the idea of KOKO! It’s really the only way to succeed at anything in life, and especially so when we have so very much to gain. And the wonderful thing about the Gupta Program is that KOKO is made easier by the fact that Ashok and all his support team (yourself included, Margaret) are there to guide us every step of the way : ) X Carolyn

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