The Seer’s quote for the day:
“That which I fear is come upon me”
~ From Shakespeare’s Julius Cesar.
One of the most immediate and powerful ways in which manifestation takes place is through fear. We draw the manifestation of what we fear closer each time we affirm it by repeating that which we fear. We make it happen by spoken words and indulging in fear-driven thoughts, just as surely as night follows day.
Fear and the Illusion of Structure (The Initiate Stage)
Cutting the Ties That Bind to the Matrices of Suffering – (Online Course)
Barbara Kathryn says
Possibly one reason chronic worriers and other psychological types who repeatedly bring on round after round of unwanted situations could be an often overlooked ‘hormone of negatively’ similar to a dopamine. Like the opposite of serotonin. After years of repeating a litany of woes a person can literally, physiologically, become addicted to this hormone (I’ve forgotten its name). So that no amount of advice about dropping the negative mindtalk and Facebook posts can change this habit. Because as soon as things begin to improve and there is light at the end of the tunnel, the addiction kicks in again and the positive plans put into place tend to loose steam or even backfire. The body cries out for its ‘fix’…in the form of disappointments. To be lamented, if anyone will listen. Or tweeted if not.
This can apply to health as well. I have an old friend who has been searching for ‘health’ since she was 17. Nothing works. To save expenses she now only tries stuff which has been muscle-tested for her, Some of it works for awhile…Healers have often remarked that most any condition can be healed. Yet not all individuals can be healed. So the search resumes. There’s the karma scenerio; or childhood trauma; allergies; nutritional deficiencies. And, maybe, this endocrine imbalance which plays out as an ‘addiction to negativity’
If recognised the usual treatment is simply a long-term supplementation of seretonin to override the negative hormone. The optimal dosage has to be determined and then maintained.
So I’ve been wondering if the Belvaspata for Addictions could be useful here?
Ailsa Mclean says
THANK YOU!! … I am so grateful to Almine for sharing her boundless wisdom, knowledge and love with us.
ᛞᚨᚠᛖ ᛈᛁᚾᛖ says
Thank you for this point! 🙌🏼 I noticed I have had a lot less fear lately when looking at the possibilities of outcomes most of us would never wish for on earth. Perhaps it’s a silent faith that many of the worse case scenarios won’t come to be, despite still keeping regular focus on doing a little things each day for preparedness… the absence of fear makes me think of the snakes here which are hostile and deadly. Most people are in some instance phobic of them. I’m not afraid of them like I used to be… when I come across them in the bush/the woods, they pass on by in quite a remarkable graceful smooth movement, or they don’t move at all, remaining in stillness, always as though they didn’t even notice me. Let’s hope the possible things many fear, will slither past gracefully in the same way…