YOU ARE THE HEALER YOU'VE BEEN SEARCHING FOR by Cathy D. Slaght
Most people say the more they learn about the human body, the more amazed they are at the perfection of it's design.
For one thing- it can heal itself.
It's all a matter of raising voltage.
IMMUNITY, for example, requires high voltage. Also, it must be available at a moment's notice.
Apparently the energy flow of the meridians plays a major part in this- some say meridians can even STORE energy, so that it's available immediately .
The SRC can assist by working with the meridian system related to stress and QI.
Actually, it's a platform for just about ANY kind of stress management.
Just a few ideas-
Since the pituitary's said to be the most stressed from EMF, de-stress the pituitary on a regular basis.
If you can't sleep, run the SRC on your bed, nightclothes, the bedroom itself.
OR- charge your clothes with energy. Charge your shoes with comfort. Charge your car with better gas mileage.
It's all energy- that's why there are many applications
For today, though, we're asking for stress management related to the CONCEPTIONAL VESSEL. This is in relation to receiving the energy of the FIRE AGATE crystal.
Here's why this work can be significant:
The conceptional vessel, also known as Ren Mai, runs up the front of the body, from the pubic area to the mouth.
This meridian is intimately involved in the working and integration of the vital YIN organs- liver, heart, spleen, lungs, and kidneys.
These organs produce 5 kinds of QI, which then brings forth anger (liver) joy (heart) pensiveness (spleen) lungs (anxiety) and kidneys (fear)
Imbalance in these emotions, in Chinese medicine, are considered the major cause of internal disease.
A few early signs of Yin related stress:
When the Yin is balanced, though, one is empowered. This ties in to the energy of the Fire Agate.
More on all this tomorrow if it turns out we're still running on this theme.
Today's scan- Etheric, not physical
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