IF LIFE WERE AS SIMPLE AS ONLINE SOLITAIRE. by Cathy D. Slaght
All these "big belly" scans can show that we really have very little idea of what's going on under the surface of our consciousness. That's not so good, because our reality is being created by whatever's lurking there.
It reminds me of the game of solitaire.
We spend a lot of time playing solitaire on our computers. "It relaxes me", says a friend who spends her lunch hour unwinding with the game. I agree- I've spent many hours playing "spider solitaire".
Look at the similarities- in solitaire we play against ourselves. From years of energy work I've come to believe it's that way in real life, too. We create, from an unconscious perspective, what happens to us. We just can't "see" all the connections.
In solitaire OR life, our opponent is somewhat mysterious, full of surprises.
And in life you get dealt a hand, too. Some hands seem to be tougher than others. (Solitaire in general is tough to win.)
Even if you have a great hand, you may not know. All you can see are the cards that are facing up. You have no idea what's going to come up as you turn over the other cards. And, of course, sometimes you just make stupid mistakes.
With the advent of computers, though, solitaire went online. There are some major benefits. You can get a hint. If you make a mistake, you can click on "redo". You know just where you are at all times, because there's a score. You can pick the level of difficulty.
AND, if it's really a bad game, there's a "start new game" feature.
You know where this is going. If a software program that lets you play solitaire online has some perks, might there be a software can make the game of life a little easier too?
Yes, and it's known as the SRC4U. SRC stands for "stress reducing companion" or "spiritual real time connection", depending on your perspective.
Did you know you can try out this software, at no cost, for two weeks? Contact me at email@example.com for details. I'll help you install it an teach you how to use it.
I hope you'll take advantage of this offer. It could be your "start new game".
Cathy D. Slaght