IT MAY SEEM LIKE MAGIC- BUT IT'S JUST YOUR THOUGHTS by Cathy D. Slaght
Being that small facts are said to lead to knowing – sometimes in a large sense- here's some “small facts” on the history of Cannabis- we're gathering data concerning possible medicinal use:
The medicinal use of cannabis started with shamans, who used it to drive out demons, which they believed caused illness. They did this by hitting people with the stalk. (it turns out the cannabis stalk is one of the most enduring in nature. Later it would be used for quality rope, paper, and sails.)
By the second century Chinese Medicine, the most advanced in the world at that time, was no longer thrashing people with the stalks, but making a number of remedies from it.
They didn't use it for the intoxication properties, though. That was seen with contempt. The Chinese somehow understood that it was CONSCIOUSNESS that creates reality. They viewed intoxication as a disruption of that process, because of what it can do to thoughts.
To re-emphasize: They somehow understood that reality is subjective, based on THOUGHTS.
Science now validates this. Everything we experience is stored and organized in the cells. Neurons connect with other neurons, creating pathways for incoming information. These pathways impact the quality of information pulled in from surrounding sources, including the BIG MIND.
Somehow, the Chinese knew how to work with MIND- which is not the brain- in a way that science STILL can't explain.
For example, there's martial arts and then there's Chinese martial arts. Chinese Warriors could throw energy punches from a distance, even through walls. They could destroy with a scream- known as KIAI. They could manifest fire around their physical body without being harmed.
(The developer of our SRC software is a Triple Grand Master in Chinese Martial arts. I can't swear to the scream or fire thing, but know he can throw energy punches from a distance, knocking people down. I've seen it. He developed the SRC software as a way to share his knowledge. Throughout history it has been kept secret, available to very few. He believes its benefits should be available to all.)
There's a MAJOR SALE- Dec 10-20- on this software. https://vimeo.com/246513806
It's extremely user friendly, and training is free.
BUT, that's not the point- the POINT is that thoughts effect matter, and the Chinese appear to be the first to figure this out.
And we're not talking about just YOUR thoughts- the thoughts of others, even neighbors, can effect the formation of neural net pathways - the thoughts of those who prepare your food, etc. Even conventionally farmed livestock, especially chickens, may carry an energy that's non-beneficial to those who consume it.
Part of the work done with the SRC- whether individually or in a group setting- is to clear stress related to non-beneficial thoughts, regardless of the source.
(For literal proof of what thoughts can do, look at today's image- this is part of Dr. Emoto's' work. He placed rice in two jars. One he labeled hate, the other love. Look what happened.)
So, if not from the Chinese, where did the intoxication culture come from?
The Arabic world. More on that tomorrow.
Today's scan- etheric, not physical.
Cathy D. Slaght