MIND PARASITES-IMPLANTS- CREATION- SOME NEW PERSPECTIVES by Cathy D. Slaght
Was talking with a friend this morning about yesterday and today's work on clearing stress related to implants. (she’s in the group).
When I mentioned that today the SRC is STILL going on this, with a theme of HABITS, she said “yes, I can see how this could be significant. Implants are all too real- please keep going on this!”
Apparently, she has a better understanding of the concept of implants than I do. How do you even validate such a thing?
Here’s some information that IS validated, though:
- The subconscious mind is a massive data base, most of which is programmed by age 6, although the programming continues throughout life. BUT, it can be changed ANY TIME with conscious intent.
- We are typically unaware of the programming we’re receiving. For example:
- If you watch a movie, television show, play a video game, etc.- your brain experiences it as if YOU are PERSONALLY experiencing it. That means if you watch a car wreck the same parts of your brain light up as the person in the wreck.
(whatever you watch- violence, end of the world stuff, family trauma, heart break, etc., same thing occurs.)
That could be why, according to research, the more television and movies a person watches, the more passive and frightened they become.
Could they be developing PTSD based on what they’ve chosen for entertainment? OR, might they be living one crisis to another in real life, self-created because they've been programmed by soap operas, Lifetime Movies, or even shows like SNAPPED?
(one friend says her husband worries when she starts taking notes.)
It’s definitely a different perspective on why we- and the world- seem to operate so strangely at times.
Still, there’s one more thing to acknowledge-
We are unbelievably powerful. Some even say every breath we take is magic.
This means we can be the greatest of healers or the greatest of destroyers.
Every day, in some way, we make that choice. With awareness, maybe we can make it consciously.
For the group, since we’re still going on “habits”- I’d like to show those who own the software something else they could do with it each day-
Etheric, not physical
e-exercise- 30 minutes of track and field
Cathy D. Slaght