SHEN GONG- USING THE MIND TO CREATE POSITIVE CHANGE by Cathy D. Slaght
The SRC4u Software manual is DONE- just being checked over and edited.
Also, the SRC4u Software group work is now open via ZOOM, 10 AM EST Monday-Friday (click here for more info).
Anyone curious about what’s coming up in the SRC4u Software sessions can see for themselves and also ask questions about various protocols.
Meanwhile, on to our current focus: Why are so many things happening in this world that just DON’T MAKE SENSE?
One recent example- there’s a new book out “In Defense of Looting”, where the author gives all the reasons theft of other peoples’ property is just a new form of activism. She even compares small business owners to slaveholders.
But then she reminds readers that HER book is copyrighted- don’t steal THAT.
Some say the core reason for such disjointed thinking could be insulin resistance.
Who knows- there’s also heavy metal toxicity, the glyphosate not only in our food but even the air-
(Transform all glyphosate to 528 hertz 9510141)
-and who knows what else.
But the overall point – maybe “question” is a better term- with all the RAGE and CONFUSION being expressed by so many – and in ALL walks of life- is something wrong with our BRAINS?
Maybe it is time to gather some facts on how the brain operates.
The four domains of brain health are memory, attention, personality, and health.
How the brain keeps these domains in balance is based on ELECTRICITY, which the body requires to stay alive. But this electricity is useless without a path to follow. These paths are known as neurotransmitters- primarily dopamine, acetylcholine, gaba and serotonin.
They must be processed in a specific order and at a certain speed.
In fact, SPEED of the processing is KEY- the human thinks in 300 milliseconds. BUT if this electrical transfer of information slows down to 400 milliseconds- this is just a slight deviation- one can no longer process logical thoughts.
Could a massive number of people be losing milliseconds based on a diet of primarily processed, sugary foods and beverages?
We DO know that everything we put in our mouth first effects the brain.
So YES, maybe eating REAL FOOD could lead to more of a positive transformation than one could ever imagine.
For dopamine- foods are dairy products, meats, nuts, fish, eggs, beans, and oats.
(a few signs of dopamine deficiency - low energy, obesity, anger, hostility, inability to focus, feeling de-motivated, guilty, hopeless, anxious.)
Acetylcholine- avocado, green leafy vegetables, apples, beets, chocolate, oatmeal, nuts, and seeds
(acetylcholine is the primary determiner of the SPEED of neurotransmitter processing. Signs of deficiency are poor short- term memory/recall, problems concentrating, slow or confused reasoning)
Gaba- cruciferous vegetables, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and white beans.
(gaba deficiency is rare but symptoms include a slowing down of thought and action, hyperactivity, lethargy, seizures and EEG abnormalities.)
Serotonin- eggs, cooked white beans, oat bran, cooked crab, cooked chicken breast, lamb shoulder, squash, and pumpkin seeds.
(symptoms of deficiency include sleep problems of all kinds, negative thoughts, generalized anxiety, agitation, lack of focus)
The new insulin resistance protocol is addressing all this. If accompanied by even a slight change in diet- you get the idea.
As far as SHEN GONG- this term appears often as a theme in SRC4u Software work. It means the subject can work with their MIND to solve whatever issues are being addressed…
… provided the electricity is flowing.
Cathy D. Slaght