I received a call from my credit card company to tell me they suspected my card had been compromised. We went over the charges together and they were right. Someone was using my card at Bell Mobility, which is not a company I have ever used. It's interesting how quickly it was caught - less than 12 hours. I wonder how they do that. Surely it has something to do with computers and not humans poring over incoming bills, but my brain couldn't stop conjuring up pictures of a roomful of workers tracking my movements based on my credit card. "Oh, she's going into the grocery store! She's buying tomato soup for dinner." "She's on her way home. She just stopped for gas." "Wait, Bell Mobility? No! That can't be her. Bell isn't on her route home!"
My neck muscles are weak. This is indubitably from holding my dizzy head as straight as possible for two years to prevent an attack of the spins. Now that I am using my neck again, allowing my head to move more, it is causing some strange sensations. I am working to trust my body to be okay with this, to let the sensations enter my awareness, to notice them, to accept them, to let them pass through me. Not to fight them. To breathe through them and let them go. It is a new exercise in self-discipline, and I like this kind of challenge. By the end of summer I will get back my Ustrasana.