A FRESH START-TODAY! by Cathy D. Slaght
When people experience hardship- whatever their definition of that might be-, they may question God. After all, we're told "Ask and it is given"- but we ask- and ask-
In fact, I remember a joke from years back- hope this doesn't offend- about a reporter asking a man who prayed at the Western Wall every day. "What's this like?" The answer: "Like I'm talking to a damn wall"
But it wasn't supposed to be that way.
As I continued to search for answers about the suffering I saw all around- not to mention in my own life- I came to learn that we are actually smack dab in the middle (well not literally the middle but you get the idea) of an infinite field/matrix/web of information put there to provide us with everything we could ever need or desire.
I believe this was put in place by God.
But whatever the source, most of mankind is unaware of this field, or how to work with it. We don't understand that we're energetic beings, and have great power when our own energy fields are "charged"- i.e. have high voltage.
And THAT'S been the source of human misery.
Meanwhile, this field, waiting for your request, is totally impartial. You simply pull in whatever matches the level of your voltage, or vibration. Obviously, the "good stuff" is higher up the scale.
That could be why, when we're living on a diet of processed foods and watching television 8 hours a day, life doesn't seem to be so great. Sure, we can enjoy life with a few of our favorite treats- it's the STEADY diet of low voltage food that seems to do the damage.
Emotions like anger, resentment, shame, etc- whether on a conscious or unconscious level- don't help either.
Interestingly enough, our habits of daily living- like diet- seems to be a factor in harboring low voltage emotions.
So, I fell off the wagon yesterday - lots of pizza, a little beer too - but Go Bucs!
And today's a fresh start- as is every day, for all of us.
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