SWITCHWORDS... PUZZLES...AND THE BRAIN by Cathy D. Slaght
Anyone looking for true solutions to problems- quantum solutions- will find themselves on a journey.
With time, new concepts begin to emerge.
Like, for example, the awareness that the BRAIN operates much like a CONTROL TOWER...
... processing billions of pieces of information, internal and external- at every instant...remembering every detail of life...dispatching programs to the nervous system.
This massive workload includes processing data from the PSYCHE.
(mind, thoughts, feelings, beliefs, religion, education, conditioning, and so on. )
The more you learn, the more you realize it's like some sort of computer system.
A MASTER computer system with an AMAZING control tower.
Anyway, that could be why working consistently with a software program such as the SRC4U Software can be so beneficial- it's a “like treats like” approach.
The term is “stress management”- because it turns out various forms of stress can disrupt the function of the CONTROL TOWER.
At this time we've been focused on clearing stress related to the mouth, particularly dental issues.
It all ties in to the power of the Throat Chakra, and WORDS.
So, yesterday someone mentioned we should investigate whether or not words can act as SPELLS.
A quick internet search gives more information, much of it creepy.
For example, one YouTube talks about how the English language is actually just a bunch of SPELLS designed to dis-empower us.
Who knows- doesn't sound right to me- but if its true, Natural Law says there's got to be a solution.
Check out SWITCHWORDS...video below...this could represent a new operating system for our bio-computer minds.
And a thought- many believe we're losing our Freedom of Speech.
(Medically that's already the case- now comes political, they say.)
If so, this would be EXTERNALLY generated stress.
BUT- we still have our INTERNAL Freedom of Speech.
AND, the Control Tower is standing by...
(hope you have time to watch the video)
Scans from the last two days - etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght