COMPASSION- THE TRUE MAGIC by Cathy D. Slaght
Step 2 in manifestation is compassion.
But "compassion" involves more than you may realize. It isn't just feeling empathy for others. It means you want to SERVE others. Also, you think about how your actions impact the community, earth, and generations to come.
But you can't really have true compassion for others when you have more lower vibratory than higher vibratory emotions.
And without true compassion you can't manifest the life you desire.
This is another reason why working with quantum software can be so transformational. We're complicated beings, with many emotional patterns. There's no way- my opinion- without a software approach, to really be aware of what's going on beneath the surface.
For example, I had no idea that my lack of compassion for certain entities- like Monsanto- was throwing off MY energy. I learned this from a scan of my etheric field.
Am working on it, but deeply seeded attitudes like this aren't something you "fix" with a few sessions. For most of us, keeping our energy systems balanced is a work in progress.
That's why the daily energy group was formed.
But the best approach is to have your own SRC4YOU.
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The developer wants to get it out there- obviously I do too. Working together, there's no telling what we could accomplish in this world.
We don't need fear mongering, we need power mongering.
Here's a continuation of the manifestation protocol with the anonymous client - this time we're working with stress related to emotions, because of the "compassion" element that's necessary in manifesting.
Information for daily energy clearing group- etheric, not physical
We're clearing, for the next 24 hours, stress related to low energy and emotions.
Pro Tools are the aura scanner, dispenser, emotions panel*, and mediator
Cocktail is Miracles of God
Words to Ponder- Women like silent men, they think they're listening.
Cathy D. Slaght