This morning the scan indicated kidney related stress. As you know, the SRC doesn't "diagnose" or "cure" but simply addresses stress in the etheric field/blueprint..
Still, since kidneys are known in the oriental arts as our batteries, it's a pretty big deal to take care of them! Look at how a weak battery impacts your cell phone, and then think about your own system and how your personal performance could be enhanced by a powerful battery. Obviously nature thought of this already, and set you up with TWO of them- your kidneys!
Each organ has an emotional component. For kidneys it's FEAR. Of course it's not real, fear is a product of our imagination. Danger is real but fear is a choice. Down the road we'll examine the vibration of fear and how it doesn't serve the world, but for now let's just focus on the fact that it can over stress the kidneys. The group asked for a 45 minute session with the emotion scanner related to fear..
There's more, though. Yes, receiving stress management energy can be highly beneficial. But in addition there's information from these scans which you can use to dramatically improve your life. In this case, you now may have some interest in the kidneys and how they function. So here's some information on foods that can weaken them.
A study in 2013 showed that a high phosphorous intake is extremely stressful to the kidneys. That's a real problem, because processed food is loaded with phosphorous, and the government doesn't require this information to be on the label.. So here are some products that are dangerously high in phosphorous:
Today we're "recharging" the kidneys- subtle energy, of course.
And your "words to ponder" for the day:
Words to Ponder= I find it fascinating that most people plan their vacations with better care than they plan their lives.
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