I've always thought that religions are about psyching onself in to a lie that carries the believer on. Like a shortcut to achieve something without really prosess or really letting go of the things that keep bothering?
Could it be so that someone acts like being more aware than the one is? Like a believer who follows externally the right ways because the one believes to be doing the right things. ...and people around the one thank how good person this is. Altruism works well despite the motives people have excercising it.
Hi, I've just re-read through Chris' list of ways to help counter psychic attack. One of the things he mentions is the use of CRYSTAL GRIDS - does anyone have any useful info on this subject please? I have used crystals in the past, by 'programming' them, but I just want to make sure that I'm using the best methods for this process. Confession: I did get 'waylayed' at one point by some stuff on the internet I read, about asking the 'Pleiadian light beings' for help.
Would be so grateful for others advice on how to tell if you are doing, or about to do the right thing.
My decision will hurt others which tells me it should be the wrong choice. But I feel as though I am being called to something different, something better.
How do I know if this is my head or my heart?
Submitted by lisa anne on 26 November, 2011 - 18:53
I've looked around to see if there is a pre-existing thread on this but I didn't notice one. Does anyone have any advice on how to get the implants of a non mechanical nature removed? I'm sure they are draining my energy.
I'm finding after meditation I carry what feels like a human ache - if I were to put words around it they would be 'truly what am I doing here - on planet', 'why am I still here', 'this doesn't feel like home to me at all', 'I try to connect but I'm deeply out of place here'. Even though I feel and am partly aware of the answers to the words - the ache persists. It's not a matrixy ache - it's kind of like a galactic ache?