DO WORDS HOLD THE KEY TO HEAVEN ON EARTH? by Cathy D. Slaght
We've been “de-stressing” mercury/heavy metal toxicity via the SRC4U. Yes, this is work with the etheric field, but there's plenty of evidence that heavy metals in our environment are creating some serious problems.
(more information online if you're interested in specifics.)
But- another level of concern - could heavy metals be going to the BRAIN and skewing some THOUGHTS?
Maybe. There IS that data about how mercury interferes with neurons...
According to a vast amount of scientific data, the brain operates as a powerful CPU, set up to pull in information from a network of surrounding informational frequency.
Supposedly everything we need to thrive is in IN this network. It's just a matter of vibrational alignment.
So - if thoughts were somehow skewed, would we pull in realities such as “ I just want to sit home and watch TV, where's the chips”-- or “ There's no hope for me, why even bother” or “ I hate everyone who believes differently, they must be suppressed” or” The government has my best interests at heart, so let them handle everything.” (major symptom of damaged neurons?) and so on.
Have been wondering about this- not just in reference to heavy metals but in terms of the numerous environmental stressors in our modern day world. We know there are solutions- there's something about human beings, we ALWAYS eventually figure things out. Part of our design? Natural Law?
Anyway, was working away at the computer yesterday and-no kidding- a book simply POPPED UP. I have no idea HOW, although am sure I must have unknowing clicked SOMETHING.
The title - Conscious Language: The Logos of Now – The Discovery Code and Upgrade To Our New Consciousness.
Of course I had to start reading. It's a terrific book- but long, 701 pages. Am on page 232 and plan to finish as soon as possible, before it disappears. (Twilight Zone music in background). Then will make every effort to figure out where it came from so it can be shared.
The author says – and most of us already know- that the reality of our everyday life is the output our PROGRAMMING has created. (remember, we operate as powerful computers)
Programming = unconscious beliefs/thoughts
It seems the universe works like a massive consciousness computer (MIT Technical Translation, 02139, 1970)
But how to identify unconscious beliefs BEFORE we create what we DO NOT want? Is it possible to be PROACTIVE? Shift some beliefs AHEAD of time?
The SRC is an amazing tool for this- but also, by just consciously changing our WORDS, unconscious beliefs/thoughts can shift.
Maybe a first step would be to stop calling ourselves fat, broke, stupid, and so on. The author says even changing one small expression can create a massive shift. How about trying out a few of those switchwords? (And of course load up on grapes and nuts)
The challenge- our present language is full of viruses, such as described in “Decoding the Matrix”. (further work to do on this, it hasn't been forgotten, just coming together slowly.)
Anyway, a few points, so far, from the book-
Language is our human operating system, our “energy waves”
We've somehow been encoded to use it the WRONG way and, as a result, are confused, blocked, and stifled.
This is a shame, because our words are POWERFUL.
Years back a real estate friend was home, upstairs, trying to watch a movie she'd really looked forward to. A call came in from a client and she ended up missing most of the movie, only to then have the client say “thanks but no thanks”. Frustrated, she got up, screamed “Can't I ever get a break?” - headed downstairs and fell, breaking her leg in 3 places.
The Universe gave her just what she asked for- a break.
NOTE: This word-creation thing is much more powerful when emotions are involved.
So, over the past few days maybe the work we've been doing has cleared a few thoughts. Along with stress-management related to heavy metals, we've been working on “injury” and “kidneys”.
Interestingly enough, we've asked for the Pescatore Protocol several times, so today went deeper with the scan.
Etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght