WHEN THE REAL MAGIC STARTS by Cathy D. Slaght
This weekend I saw the movie WILD with Reese Witherspoon. Have to say I was disturbed by some of the graphic sex scenes in the beginning, but decided to move beyond that. Based on a true story, the heroine and her brother had grown up with an abusive father, and a young mother who finally had no choice but to flee for her life, the two kids in tow, The mother was a simple woman, with little education. She struggled, as a waitress, to make ends meet, and they had a rough time getting by. But, despite all this, she was the eternal optimist, always excited about the future, always grateful. There was a lot of singing, and even more laughter. Tragically, at 45 she was diagnosed with cancer and died within a short time, leaving her daughter in a state of deep grief and depression. She turned to heroin and sex addiction, and as a result lost her husband too.
She decided to deal with all this by going on a 1100 mile hike- alone- down the Pacific Coast Trail. Here's where it gets interesting- as far as the visible world indicated, here was a young woman who hadn't had many breaks. Now she was even addicted to heroin and sex. What was it in her that gave her the courage and resolve to even consider a solo 1100 mile hike? My take? It was wisdom from the invisible world, the matrix of energy that surrounds us. But how did she access it when others seem to get caught up in their traumas and never get out? Here's what a quantum physicist might say: From birth on- actually even while still in the womb she had "downloaded" her surroundings, which included how her mother dealt with life. We all download like this, as our energetic system operates much like a powerful computer. From the moment the sperm hits the egg we start processing information from our environment. Her mother was a spirited woman who didn't give up. That information was part of what formed the heroine's neural net pathways in her brain. These pathways shaped her approach to life because they gave her a unique awareness, her own conduit to the matrix. Obviously there was some influence on the father's side, too. After all, he had been part of her early environment. Looks like she initially dealt with her problems by mirroring him. But then, something shifted. Even though she couldn't explain WHY, she knew she had to deal with her grief by taking this hike. It gets complicated, but, to me, it's clear evidence that there's wisdom in the invisible world available for all, and she chose to let it guide her.
And here's information from today's SRC4U Software scan:
We asked, energetically, to clear stress, or static, from the ears, eyes, heart, lymphatic system and sinus. The overall theme was fungus.
We also asked for an app known as the sustenance balancer-it seems there was stress related to our drinking water. This panel refers to these stressors in terms of "excess" or "deficiency". Let me explain:
80-90% of all illness stems from excess- too much energy. This excess energy creates a blockage around the cells, organs, and systems. Think about a dam. Energy will accumulate if it cannot flow. We had excess energy in the gallbladder, teeth, and sacral.
The other 10-15% of all illness is due to deficient energy. This can lead to degenerative conditions. We registered deficiencies in nerves, lungs, and torso.
Below are the nutrients requested energetically to balance all this out. As you can see, water was the top item, which appears to mean we, as a group, need more water, as well as a better source of it.
20.5 omega 3 (DPA)
vitamin B 6
18.3 omega c c
Essential fatty acids/lipids
vitamin B 12
This work is a subtle measurement of the etheric field, and isn't diagnostic. It's known as stress management, and is designed to help the body create an environment where it can heal itself. It isn't necessary, for example, to purchase any of the nutrients listed above, or believe something is "wrong" with a system that asks for energy to clear the static/stress of "excess" or "deficiency". Energy flows, and this is just information.
Cathy D. Slaght