THE MANIFESTATION OF “ODD” by Cathy D. Slaght
If you live in America, your standard of living- even as a homeless person- is said to be in the top 2% of the world.
Many lack gratitude for the standard of living they enjoy. Instead, there's rampant narcissism- me-me-me- with nothing ever being enough.
Also, growing numbers are so tethered to their smart phones they can't seem to function without them. People walk into walls, in front of cars, off cliffs, as if they were in another world ...
Which brings up another point- because of smartphones and social media, many are now “in that other world”, and/or a state of distraction, much of the time. This leads to a short attention span AND- studies indicate that the more distracted a person is, the less empathy they feel for others...
...which could be why we're seeing so much selfishness, bullying, insults, cruelty-
(Also, lack of empathy for SELF- leading to self-destructive behavior)
Plus, it turns out constant distractions overload the brain, making a person unable to process facts.
Any evidence of THAT out there?
Point being – it does seem there's an increasing amount of ODD behavior- we're not talking about mental illness- just those deemed mentally SOUND-
BUT- could our BRAINS be getting out of sync?
If so, it's time to make the necessary corrections, because
OPTIMAL BRAIN HEALTH IS CORE TO CREATING THE LIFE DESIRED.
And, brace yourself- it turns out we have THREE brains.
Yes, this flies against conventional wisdom-
Facts can be so pesky.
And, “re-discovered” is the correct term, because indigenous people believed the brain, heart, and gut each had their own consciousness.
Anyway, since the gut brain is related to the second chakra, let's see, over the next few days, how stress related to this brain could impact a life.
Because, seriously, if a combination of diet, EMF, media programming and so on is causing such stress that you lose YOU...
...then who ARE you?
Today's scan- etheric, not physical-
We continue to clear stress related to carbohydrate toxicity. The new theme is connective tissue/ cartilage.
Cathy D. Slaght