THE DYNAMICS OF CONSEQUENCES by Cathy D. Slaght
When I was 5 years old my mother, driving home from work, was hit by a beer truck. There were 3 long term results from this horrible accident:
For what seemed like months she went to the dentist every Saturday. Each time the dentist- Dr. McDonough, I still can see his face- sat me in the big chair and looked at my teeth with that little round mirror. It didn’t hurt, I had special attention, AND:
Because of this early experience, I’ve never had any fear of dentists.
SO, I ask myself, why haven’t I gone to the dentist on a regular basis as an adult?
My hygienist might have put it best- she said “Cathy, if you’re too busy, I understand. Just send your teeth in a bag”.
And here’s the thing. Remember when we talked about Natural Laws? There are consequences for all actions. They’re built into the Universe.
We have the greatest gift of nature- FREE WILL- but if we choose wrong, we pay.
When it comes to my teeth, I must now pay for my actions.
My teeth are giving me problems. I’m EMBARASSED to have the dentist look at my mouth.
But I must- this situation involves much more than cosmetic related stress. Each tooth has an energetic connection to a specific organ or tissue.
Teeth are our sparkplugs.
It so happens that until the end of the year we’re talking about dental, anyway. And in January I’m back on the calendar with my dentist.
Am afraid he’s going to chew me out.
Which brings up another point- all the expressions we’ve built into our language regarding teeth- “chew me out” “sink my teeth into it” -
Could be there’s a lot more to TEETH than just teeth.
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical-
(AND- yes there is a theme for teeth in the SRC, it was right in front of me and I didn’t see it)
Cathy D. Slaght