YOUR HEART CAN NEVER BE BROKEN by Cathy D. Slaght
For most of us, life is about the physical world. The object of living is to be successful in obtaining "things" that make us happy.
Those things are related to money, success, and love, in one form or another. Since today is Valentine's Day, let's talk about LOVE.
Love means different things- having a relationship, a marriage, a family that is always there for you, friends- animal or human- that you can always depend on.
Marriage, in particular, is viewed by many as the most significant step to lasting happiness. Once that's in place, you never have to worry about love again.
That's a big LOL, right?
And a strange thing - once we get the "things"- money, success, love - often comes an emptiness, a "that's it?" feeling. It isn't even all that uncommon for people to go into a depression after achieving something they've always wanted, even to walk away from it.
Maybe all this is because there's more to the world than we can see- 99.9% more.
We only have a .1% awareness of what's really going on around us. That's all our 5 senses show us. It's so annoying.
Because tapping into the 99.9% would help us get what we want in the .1% of the world we CAN see. Then we would realize:
LIFE TURNS INTO AN OUTER PICTURE OF WHAT WE'RE THINKING INSIDE.
But how does this work? It's CRAZY to say "thoughts" create when we see people living in such pain and misery, personally and globally. But it's not our conscious thoughts, which come from the .1%. It's our subconscious thoughts- that 99.9%- that's calling the shots.
That's where it gets complicated. We don't know where all these thoughts come from.
The subconscious is programmed by many sources. About 70% of this programming is non-beneficial. It connects us to thought patterns that don't serve.
We want to connect to the positive, higher vibratory thought patterns/information provided for us. So what's keeping that from happening?
Stress, in its many forms.
Negative programming from early childhood environment, the chemicals in our air, food, and water, symbols all around us that the subconscious "reads", our television, movies, and music, sugar in just about everything we eat, EMF, medical procedures that didn't go well- the list is endless- are all forms of stress.
Once the stress accumulates, we've lost our freedom of thought, which is the KEY to creating the life desired. Here's why - as stress accumulates, life force energy/voltage is diminished. Higher vibratory thoughts have no "juice".
We can- and must- step past all this.
That's where quantum software can be so transformative. It can help manage stress and increase voltage by interfacing with the 99.9% of the world we can't see. One can discover what's going on beneath the surface, and take conscious steps to change what doesn't serve.
With or without software, though, it's important to realize that we have an innate guidance system. In the case of a heartbreak- or any crisis- your guidance system is trying to recalibrate. The message? You're on the wrong path.
Your innate guidance system is ALWAYS trying to point you towards a world of limitless possibilities.
Maybe the message is; "It doesn't matter what happens. None of it has an effect on your happiness. A world of limitless possibilities exists, based on the way you think. Be happy first!
And, with that thought, HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
And a song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9M1KCpolOq8
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Cathy D. Slaght