RYAN LOCHTE- IMMATURE BEHAVIOR OR “SPIRITS”? by Cathy D. Slaght
Have been on the road since Thursday- must say that this is a wonderful country, Americans are so friendly!
The whole time I was driving people were waving and shouting greetings.
Someone suggested it might have been because I was driving under the speed limit- but I’m sure people were just being nice. ☺
Which brings a thought- how do we interpret what’s REALLY going on around us?
Yes, the brain has an automatic processer that instantly evaluates and interprets our surroundings.
But what amount of these “surroundings” is it able to process? AND how do we know our evaluation is correct?
After all, we’re part of an infinite data base of frequency- undetectable to our 5 senses, but validated by technology- that’s apparently been put in place to provide all our needs.
IF our “automatic processor” will just tune in to it.
What could cause this processor (our brain) to pull insufficient- or inaccurate- information?
STRESS- in its many forms.
Diet- non-beneficial programming from heredity and environment, habits of daily living- our words and thoughts- traumas past and present- the list is endless- can enhance or short circuit ability to get information from the virtual ‘Garden of Eden” that surrounds us.
For those who work with quantum software, and/or are members of the daily energy clearing group, patterns of stress seem to clear, voltage rises, new perspectives emerge.
It takes time, because we’re working with subtle energy.
But if there’s an effort- even slight- to gather knowledge about nutrition and healthy habits of daily living - quality of life may improve even more dramatically.
For example- think about the consumption of alcohol and what it does to our “processor”.
That’s on my mind because of the Ryan Lochte incident.
And there’s another aspect to this.
They don’t call alcohol “spirits” for no reason.
Or rum “the demon rum” because the phrase has a rhythm to it.
Here’s an old post- 2015- note the mention of substance abuse
Working with The Law of Polarity (one of the 7 Natural Laws) there is good that can be manifested from this- or any- situation, if the lesson is learned.
And for those of us who have done our share of over- consumption- but were fortunate not to end up the subject of global scrutiny like Mr. Lochte-
Maybe we can learn the lesson proactively.
Information for daily energy clearing group- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght