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The Perils of Technology

Updated: Sep 25, 2020





I had one of my patients come in the other day to The Healthy Way and she really brought in to perspective how much technology is effecting humanity.  Yes......., with it comes many blessings.  We can see what's going on in the world and what people are saying and doing.  We are able to reach more people with our opinions and ideas.  We can travel to places easier and faster.  It cuts time in half by making things easier and with less effort on a physical, mental and emotional plane. 


However, here is my concern.  Like all things we need to look at how the things in our life effect us spiritually.  I believe we all need to make sure that we develop our intuition, our spiritual knowing and our relationship with God the eternal Father so we can know if what we are hearing, seeing and feeling is TRUTH.  Just because a number of people think something is true doesn't make it so.  It should feel good in your heart.  It should bring peace to your soul. There should be no contention or self righteous judgement in your thoughts or actions.


If you don't develop the spiritual you, your mental thinking gets out of balance and our physical body (Pineal and Thymus gland) begins to suffer.  Soon the throat shuts down because your not communicating properly and then the Thyroid gland is effected.  Each emotion you have carries a frequency that every cell in your body response to.  If the sadness and anger frequency is high and the love, forgiveness and peace frequency is low your body will begin to shut down over time. 


So in conclusion, because all of nature responds to love, it is my prayer that the world will choose this day and every daytruth, wisdom, forgiveness, love, and ultimately peace. 



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