ABSORBED IN THE ILLUSION OF WHAT WE CAN’T BE? by Cathy D. Slaght
The small intestine is responsible for absorption. First, working with the gallbladder and liver, it breaks down fat. Then, with the pancreas, it breaks down carbohydrates. Finally, it makes sure nutrients are absorbed into the blood stream. Once that’s finished, by products are emptied into the large intestine.
If you want to get technical, the major players are the duodenum, jujunum, and ileum. If the SRC brings any of these terms up in a scan, it’s referring to the small intestine.
Etherically, of course.
And there’s another key player- MINERALS.
This whole process of absorption can be skewed when minerals are missing.
And even with a good diet and supplementation, in many cases the minerals still aren’t being absorbed.
Is something interfering? Yes. Heavy metals, for starters.
Here are the most common- our environment appears to be loaded with them-
-and a link to specific information on sources of these heavy metals-
There are personality traits associated with small intestine stress:
Is it remotely possible that because of heavy metals, and the resulting poor nutrient absorption, many have lost hope and compassion, even for themselves? To compensate, do they (we) become OBSESSED with finding pleasure- opiates- from the EXTERNAL world – entertainment, good eats, and so on?
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical
And a note- we as a group are remarkably balanced as far as the small intestine scan, and high on compassion, hope, charity and joy!
e-exercise- speed walking, 6 hours
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