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Cold Water Swimmer

Cold Water Swimmer
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A lot of people are like, “She doesn’t feel the cold.” I feel the cold! But the focus isn’t on, “Oh it’s cold!” You feel it, but then you get in it and the focus is on movement through the water, on processing information, on the texture of the water, the color, the saltiness of it, the way the cloud patterns move across the surface. All this water memory comes back to me and I relax.

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