BEAUTY IS MORE THAN NUMBERS ON A SCALE by Cathy D. Slaght
Anyway, we're still receiving stress management related to the governing vessel.
This has been going on for several days, so today I checked to see the benefit of receiving the following resonant frequency via the super charger- it was 100%, so that's what we're getting in addition to the other work.
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Until this all gets balanced out- and it's somewhat DULL, anyway- let's talk about yesterday's scan of a courageous volunteer-a woman who, no matter what, can't seem to lose weight.
The emphasis isn't WEIGHT- but the stress she's experiencing because of it.
The scan indicated the major block, etherically, was a traumatic event regarding sexuality.
Experts- and I am NOT one- say it's not unusual to deal with sexual trauma by packing on weight.
The trauma could be related to many things- including promiscuity, perceived or otherwise, rejection, abortion, rape, incest-
There's a French author, Michel Houellebecq, who writes about all this, and how it can destroy both individuals and nations.
One of his books is about a future where humans are replaced by a species that abolishes sex.
They consider themselves a perfected species- immune to “the torments of desire and loneliness” and look down on humans as a “vile, unhappy race, barely different from the apes.”
This book was met with some controversy.
Still, tongue in cheek, he says there are benefits to INCEL (involuntary sexual celibacy) and that maybe we should all convert to Islam and have arranged marriages.
Let's try not to carry it that far-
Still, maybe it's time to face a few facts. . According to studies-
Victims of sexual trauma often find themselves repeating patterns, re-entering destructive relationships.
There can be a type of “mind torture”- the result being drug or alcohol addiction.
(Those who went out among the most hardened drug addicts and helped them break their addictions found the addicts' sex problems were far more difficult to resolve.)
Then there's the breakdown of the family –
What does sexual trauma do the HEART?
Cathy D. Slaght