DE-CODING THE GALLLADDER by Cathy D. Slaght
Are you familiar with the concept of the “still, small voice” that so many spiritual traditions speak of?
It may not literally be a VOICE- although for a few this is said to happen. But most often it's a thought or realization that comes from out of “nowhere”, a SIGN, or a knowing, intuition/realization, coincidence, guidance, “good luck” - and/or overall PEACE.
Some define this as God- and, by the way, increasing numbers of scientists are coming to believe there is such an Intelligence- but regardless of what you believe, this voice is with you all the time.
It speaks to you via the reality you create.
In other words, look at your life.
What you see as your reality is communication on how you're processing information from a field of frequency that surrounds and moves through you. It's said to contain every possibility, both good and bad, just like the world-wide web.
We can't say for sure this field is infinite, but, to date, the most advanced technology has not found an end to it.
The Chinese, who seem to have been the first to acknowledge this field as informational energy, believed that malfunctions in organs and meridians could BLOCK higher level information. When that happened, there would be malfunction- lack- on a physical, mental, emotional and/or spiritual level.
Repeat- and this is significant- they believed blocks started with an ORGAN or ORGAN MERIDIAN - which then led to emotional blocks. Western medicine says the opposite- first come emotional blocks, which then impact the organs/meridians.
It's kind of a chicken or the egg thing.
So, this week we- the energy group- are working on a huge category of stress labeled, appropriately, A-Z. What the SRC identified as top priority- where to go FIRST- was GALLBLADDER stress.
Here's how the gallbladder impacts reality creation: It helps make decisions, and is the catalyst for all action.
Again, who knows which comes first- when a person has difficulty making decisions, either from lack of information or fear of making a wrong decision, it may result in stress to the gallbladder.
Or, it could be the other way around. A weak gallbladder, because of poor eating habits, could cause a person to be indecisive, lethargic, easily discouraged, stubborn, even lazy. (this is what the Chinese would say. They believe the organ stress comes FIRST.)
Resentment is the chief pathological emotion of the gallbladder. Runners up are depression and stubbornness.
Physically, the knee, lower neck, shoulders, ileocecal valve and hips may present some problems.
Western medicine says just remove the gallbladder when it presents problems.
But, could this further complicate life because of a negative impact on decision making and action?
Also, could a weak gallbladder be the reason some can't take action to change what's not working for them? Or, could it make them so stubborn that they would NEVER look at information contrary to their belief system...
...like, for example, the idea that the APPLE and Garden of Eden might be metaphors for the human energy system and surrounding informational frequency?
For today- we're still clearing gallbladder stress,on an etheric level-
Cathy D. Slaght