CONVERSATIONS IN LIGHT by Cathy D. Slaght
We are antenna transmitters and receivers, a television set AND station at the same time...
... sending and receiving information at every moment, having invisible conversations with ourselves.
This endless chatter manifests as our reality.
That's right- every secret judgment, criticism, negativity, - becomes part of our life's intention.
Not only that - these thoughts affect major organs AND the organs of those we associate with, because it turns out thoughts are contagious.
Of course most of this is going on beneath conscious awareness. That's why technology, such as the SRC can be invaluable by providing information from a deeper level.
For example, over the past few days we're been clearing stress related to emotions.
The theme continues to be small intestine.
A quick online search leads to articles about how the underlying cause of small intestine distress is trapped emotions.
Restoring health can be as simple as identifying the emotion and then releasing it energetically.
In other words, awareness, followed by conscious intent.
This ties two books together- Never Fear Cancer Again and The Power of Eight.
In Never Fear the author states, (page 222) that because of decades of research we now know that cell metabolism can be influenced by intention.
The Power of Eight explains how to consciously work with this reality.
In a nutshell, author McTaggart conducted a series of scientific experiments that demonstrated thoughts have something to do with LIGHT.
People working together to send focused intent- which may have been FOCUSED LIGHT - to a person, place, or thing- brought about what appeared to be MIRACLES.
But even more significant - what happened to the participants who SENT the positive intentions turned out to be MORE miraculous!
(Natural Law states that thoughts sent out return to the sender, magnified. McTaggart's experiments appeared to demonstrate this.)
This brings up a thought – lately we've been seeing such anger, even MOBS of enraged people.
OH- WAIT- I've learned its no longer PC to say MOB. CNN said so.
Let's rephrase- what happens to people who become so overcome with rage that they participate in the M word?
Are they solving problems, or accelerating them? How about their physical health and the health of their families? What's happening?
What about those who respond with anger/rage/judgment towards this M-word behavior? How does that impact THEIR reality?
Moving forward- the primary emotions related to small intestine stress appear to be abandonment, betrayal, insecurity, heartache and lack of acknowledgement.
With that in mind, details from today's work- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght