QUANTUM CONFUSION- THE ORAL CHARACTER STRUCTURE by Cathy D. Slaght
The oral character structure is the one no one wants to claim, and yet just about all of us have aspects of it. Somehow the infant felt abandoned- maybe their mother was sick, suffered from depression, or just didn’t want a child.
OR the infant could have had an unusual need for nurturing that would challenge ANY parent. This may have come from a prior lifetime where they suffered from deprivation, even starved to death.
Whatever the true cause, the oral character structure never feels ok with themselves.
The result is that they can be difficult to deal with- dependent, greedy, manipulative. This behavior invites the two things they fear the most- abandonment and rejection. This may be what they are here to overcome.
Many suffer from addiction in one form or another.
Their energy tends to be draining. Their 3rd chakra sends out cords, or biotheric streamers, to the 3rd chakra of others OR they may pull energy from others through their eyes. (They may have “puppy dog eyes” and project an energy of neediness.)
That being said, this is one of the nicest groups of people. They are hoping that through service to others they will earn the right to receive love. But since their own energy is weak, they tend to exhaust themselves. (That’s why they’re pulling energy from others.) Their chakras may not be normal sized, so they experience fatigue, low metabolism, depression.
Of course they can heal- it involves getting grounded and then feeling and releasing tremendous grief over never having received nurturing. They have an IMMENSE capacity to love, but it needs to be directed at themselves first!
In the energy group, we’re in a 7 day clearing for stress related to aspects of these character structures, but thought today I’d work further – and, apologies in advance, there is a glitch on my computer that keeps talking about votes-don’t know how it got there and forgot about it till I previewed the screen cast.
Please ignore it.
Here’s our screen cast
Etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght