THE EVIL LABORATORY- YOUR MOUTH? by Cathy D. Slaght
This morning someone came over for a 2017 goal-setting session. With the SRC4YOU it’s possible to see the direction of your true talents, and identify any blocks to moving in the right direction.
Once her goals were identified, checked for resonance, and cleared of blockages, we put them in the Mastery and set it for 90 days. This session is only $50, and could be a powerful way to start the New Year! It can be done from any distance, so call if you’d like an appointment- 727-804-0422
Anyway, that’s not the point. The POINT is that one of the blocks to achieving her goals was stress related to a low- grade INFECTION. The SRC4YOU doesn’t diagnose, but you can see, energetically, the stress related to this.
It’s lowering her QI, which then serves as a block towards achieving her goals. It’s all connected.
Make any sense?
A low- grade infection can come from many sources- mold, nutritional patterns, and so on, but one very common source is dental. If this becomes systemic, serious complications can arise. A few examples of where an untreated dental infection can take us, from information found online:
One way to consistently guard against infection could be to use essential oils. The oils don’t treat an infection, they help to raise VOLTAGE. As voltage goes up, the body can self-heal. Again, some suggestions found online-
With all this in mind, let’s see what the group’s scan says today- etheric, not physical
Word for the day- INSPIRATIONAL
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