FROM MISERY TO MAGIC? by Cathy D. Slaght
This morning an out-of-town friend called to let me know she’s just about at the end of her rope.
First, her dog- and she adores this dog, which I, for one, completely understand - is seriously ill.
She’s been to several vets, spending a small fortune. But, so far, they all say there’s little that can be done. The dog is older and appears to be suffering from heart problems related to Lyme disease.
As if this isn’t enough-so much else is going wrong. Her car, computer, various appliances…continue to break down. Some days even her phone won’t work. Plus, she feels a lack of emotional support.
Yesterday we talked about her trying that Hanna Kroeger exercise - (Making God’s Love Visible post) but she didn’t get around to it.
Today ran something else by her-
STOP TALKING ABOUT IT.
A neuroscientist can best explain why – but, in layman’s terms-
The solution is simple: If you don't want it to continue, STOP TALKING ABOUT IT.
Otherwise, it's much like struggling in quicksand.
And then -
There’s a great little book “Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On it”
The author- Kamal Ravikant- talks about the profound transformation he experienced- and this was while he was at one of the lowest points of his life- when he began to say to himself, repeatedly, “I Love Myself.”
He says it took about a month to go from “misery to magic”
The "magic" came in the form of opportunities, relationships, and so on. Oh- and optimal health, joy...
As he explained it, "Life started loving him back."
He did the “I Love Myself” in the form of a mantra while meditating.
BUT- I suggested she do it for 10 minutes a day while tapping her thymus, because all this stress is starting to make her physically ill.
Speaking of which- we continue to receive codes for energy/stamina. Now, moving into The Wonder Click, our theme is infection.
So- was ready to focus on managing stress related to PTSD- but maybe we’ll take a short detour-
Meanwhile, today’s scan, etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght
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