ARE WE NATURE’S PRODIGAL CHILDREN? by Cathy D. Slaght
Yesterday, in reference to cardiovascular stress, we requested 21 hours of Light Therapy along with the work in the premium. Also, we wanted YES therapy - so JOY was installed.
(This was all AFTER the screen cast, so wanted to share the information.)
As was shown in the screen cast, the benefit of codes for cardiovascular stress was tested - everything in the Cosmos is NUMBERS, so typically that’s a great way to proceed with energetic stress management technology.
BUT- not this time.
We wanted to receive, via the Premium, images of Essential Oils. (98% benefit)
Let’s face it-
Human survival is completely dependent on plants.
For example, are you aware of the similarity between the molecular structures of human hormones and neurotransmitters and the almost perfect imitations produced by plants?
How is it possible that a plant can produce molecules that are MIRRORS of substances in humans?
Even the corporate sector is coming to terms with this.
AND YET- did you know that .90 out of ever $1.00 Americans spend on food is for PROCESSED foods?
That’s right- we seem separated from Nature, Plants.
But, the good news-
Essential oils come from plants. And-
For the group, in reference to cardiovascular stress, we just wanted two- Marjoram and Lemon.
Lemon is said to be great for liver detoxification. Some people just put a drop or so in a cup of hot water every morning-
But before going any further- the SRC deals with the energy of Qi Gong.
So, let’s break down information on oils with Chinese medicine in mind.
Chinese medicine contends that essential oils interact with QI.
There are three layers of QI
Wei/defensive qi: climatic, environmental, ecological factors
Ying/nourishing qi: dietary, emotional, lifestyle factors
Yuan/congenital qi: inherited weakness, predisposition
In terms of Wei Qi, essential oils can help with increased adaptability to adverse environmentalconditions. One example- their proven effectiveness against viral, bacterial, and fungal stress.
As for Ying and Yuan- maybe some of the properties mentioned in reference to Wei Qi could filter down?
So, as far as Marjoram Essential Oil goes- in Chinese terms-
Point being, the Chinese seem to believe there’s some powerful attributes to Essential Oils.
Today’s scan, etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght