HOW TO PROLONG LIFE by Cathy D. Slaght
For 5,000 years, traditional Chinese medicine has emphasized CHI. Energy is CHI.
With this kind of work, there is one basic premise:
"If Chi flows, one is healthy. If Chi is blocked, one is sick."
Many modalities focus on clearing blockages so chi can flow: acupunture, qi gong, prana healing, reiki, and magnet therapy are just a few examples. There are hundreds more. In our group, we're working with qi gong, but in software form. It's "virtual qi gong".
Think about it. Our energy system is much like a software system- even NASA says so! In that "like treats like", it's very possible that a software system such as the one we are working with could be even more effective than the traditional qi gong!
That's because we have BILLIONS of energy fields that chi is moving through - each cell, each cell system, even our very RNA and DNA have their own fields! A software system can be powerful in working towards the goal of clearing blockages so chi can flow, and as a result voltage go up.
Many times blockages come from the mind. Mind, after all, means consciousness. To heal the mind is to transform the consciousness. There are many kind of mind blockages- negative mind sets, attitudes an beliefs, ego, attachment. These blockages need to be removed. The best way? Through love, forgiveness, and compassion.
The last few days I've been charging our group with these three emotions- but "forgiveness" seems to be a block. So here's a suggestion, if you want to try it:
Put your hand over your heart and repeat:
Do this for 3 minutes or longer.
At some point, if you aren't already aware, you will realize the power you have to heal your body. Yes, the work done each day is sending frequency information to your billions of energy fields to help the chi to flow. But the healer is you. If you follow along with the blog, and change a few habits because of any new information you receive, the progress you make will be phenomenal.
Today our greatest stress is environmental, in the form of fungal and bacterial.
Cathy D. Slaght