SCIENCE, MAGIC, AND SCHITT'S CREEK by Cathy D. Slaght
Don't know if anyone noticed- but there hasn't been a post for a couple of weeks.
The excitement about SRC software and how it could transform lives, even the world, suddenly morphed into a feeling that all the work had been worthless.
Years of devoting the majority of my time to inspire others to give it a try – wasted.
People were forever going to be locked into a medical system where the only ones who benefit are shareholders.
Where this all came from I had no idea-
Searching for pity from a few close friends it turned out I wasn't alone in my weirdness. A number of them were also feeling down, discouraged. Some even felt drained of energy and were in physical pain.
Then someone mentioned the “black new moon” (July 31) – which apparently is responsible for a major energy shift at this time- an elevation/ recalibration of sorts.
If true- and there are scientists who say it IS- this can create stress, disorientation.
That being the case, we are to be patient, sit back, wait.. and not make any rash decisions.
So, I binge-watched Schitt's Creek on Netflix. It helped a lot.
(Called those friends and shared this revolutionary new laughter therapy. It's working for them, too.)
Of course this didn't take ALL my time- there were only 5 seasons - so had time to do some thinking.
First, according to Natural Law, solutions for ANY problem are in place, waiting for us to access them.
We're like giant receivers, designed to pull in necessary information.
The challenge is that our voltage may be too low.
In other words, the problems we're seeing are actually voltage problems.
Working with the SRC involves getting voltage UP- so have been inspired to add a few new programs to our work.
It's not magic- just a different approach to health care/reality creation.
Also, instead of posting every day- in honor of those who say they're on information overload- am in the process of writing a new manual for the SRC.
This one isn't for practitioners, but for the every day user. Am making good progress, so it should be ready by the end of August.
Interestingly enough, in today's group work we requested a switchword, which turned out to be BUBBLE.
Don't know about you, but I plan on repeating it often:
BUBBLE---expand beyond perceived limitations; get energized; get excited
Today's scan, etheric, not physical:
Cathy D. Slaght