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Posted on Tue, Jul 24, 2012 19:00

I wanted to know anyone elses thoughts on the following:

     I am a very intuitive woman; I don't read minds, I just "understand" things a lot. Have you ever noticed that we as human beings housing a soul, if you will; manifest into our everyday lives the very state we are in currently? Let me give an example:

     I went to visit a friend of mine one day for the first time at his house and I immediately noticed that every built in cabitnet, or cupboard doors, or closets, they all were blocked with boxes stacked. I found that rather odd because it made it rather difficult to access anything stored in these places. What I realized is my friend is the type of man who is very private and secretive and not ready to offer up his faults or personal views etc, on any scale at any time.  He is sort of blocked emotionally and what was interesting is it manifests out into how he lives in his home on a daily basis.  Or take an elderly man I knew who had such a severe hunched back that he could not see ahead when he walked because his shoulders were hunched so far forward. Interestingly, he lived his life in a manner where he took on everyone elses responsibilities along with his own; therefore, "having the weight of the world on his shoulders" manifesting through his severe hunched shoulders when he was old.

I find this fascinating because you really can understand a person just by visiting them in their home, for example, or ailments that manifest our state of mind. Just wanted anyones thoughts on this. Thanks!

QueenOfRndmCrap   a.k.a. Crysta



"LOVE TAKES OF MASKS WE KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT AND KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHIN" ~James Arthur Baldwin

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Posted on Sat, Jul 28, 2012 01:19

And in response to Hoping4Love2000, it completely makes sense feeling safer in a big truck. My daughter, she is 18 yrs old, (on my profile she is the blonde one), and she has lyme disease, babesia, and bartonella all from the bite of a tick.  She has "gifts" that make her "special" in the sense that she just "knows" things and her awareness is extraordinary; yet, she is afraid of her gifts and does everything to shut it off. Well, She is now having problems with her pancreas and upon seeing a holistic Dr. that is renowned for his "abilities" intuitively, the first thing he did when we first met him is walk over to my daughter, put his hand right over the area where the pancreas is and said why are  you afraid? To her. He knew instantly that she has "undigested" emotional things to the extent of physically becoming an ailment. She still has lyme disease.  But, there is something very emotional wrapped up in her ailments that are showing themselves physiclally. Something tramatic happened to her as a child that has left such a hurt that the Dr. picked up right away--in the center chakra which is the solar plexis and an imbalance of this chakra produce: digestive problems, ulcers, hypoglycemia, PARASITES, colitis, etc and lyme disease is a bacteria and babesia, bartonella are parasites--she has all the above symptoms and more. It all ties in together with what we harbor so deep down inside where we are not even conscious of it either.



"LOVE TAKES OF MASKS WE KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT AND KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHIN" ~James Arthur Baldwin

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Posted on Sat, Jul 28, 2012 00:49

Good observation! curious2078. Yes, he did, he had something very dark he was hiding come to find out--he had molested his daughter and 2 other girls in his past and was denying it and hiding from his own sick choices he made in his past. I was friends with his Mom who is a popular psychologist in California and not too long ago the truth came out and he commited suicide. So the boxes were representative of his compartmentalizing what haunted him which is what he did. I left that part out to see if anyone would connect it. Wow. Your good! And that is what I mean, we all do things that really are "clues" about our unresolved issues we have buried deep inside as a pseudo-solution to protect ourselves. Character analysis has always been most fascinating to me and I have a knack for understanding what is going on underneath what people show on the surface anger, etc--I understand the motivations which in reality we all share.  Take, for example, being prejudice--this is born out of fear-fear of being different. It is easy to mistakenly think, I do from time to time, that because I think strongly about something--it is easy to assume and treat others accordingly as if they think/believe the same way/thing I do. I used to live life completely emotionally cut off and blamed a lot. One of the first things I learned from my life coach was to pay attention to my reactions toward people or life and where there is a reaction that is out of place; anger, yelling, or shutting someone out emotionally,  that is the first place for me to look within myself to find out why. Insecurity for me played a big role and still does only I am aware of it and instead I invite it to "dinner" rather than run from it. Growth is a step process and so many "clues" are all around us in everything we do, but also as a way to kind of know more about other people just by observation--we just have to look and be willing to "invite them to dinner!"


"LOVE TAKES OF MASKS WE KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT AND KNOW WE CANNOT LIVE WITHIN" ~James Arthur Baldwin

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Posted on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 17:59

So many points raised in your blog, Crysta.  However, the one I can't stop thinking about is the guy who has all that junk blocking his own cabinets.  Odd, indeed.

 

Many years ago I lived with a man for 3 years who, as nice and kind and generous as he was, was pretty much emotionally unavailable.  Not just to others--that wasn't even the main issue.  He was emotionally unavailable to himself.  He wrote and published a well-regarded novel when he was still in college that was so devoid of any emotions, it was difficult for me to read--and for many others I knew as well.  Critics loved it as something quite avante garde.  I thought it was crap.  

 

I'm not sure what this has to do with the points of your blog other than the fact that your blog so thoroughly put me in mind of this man and his emotionless novel.  

 

Oh--just thought.  How old is this nutcase with boxes blocking his own cabinets and shelves?  Very young adult?  Middle aged or older gentleman?  There could very well be a serious psychological problem going on here.  Sounds like this poor fellow is suffering mightily one way or another.   



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Posted on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 17:49

Quoting Livnlov:

Crysta,

 

Welcome to the blogs. I personally think this is a very interesting topic! A room in my home is currently like a thoroughly disorganised law firm perhaps without a secretary! And yes it is true I do not have a PA at the moment! And I have series of court cases I am running pari passu - so this currently manifests in my home from where I work my cases. Sadly, though these piles and boxes of legal documents and exhibits are physical, they have the impact of making me feel like my mind is clogged! So I quickly work through them as new ones arrive! A very vicious cycle indeed until the cases are concluded or I get a PA - whichever is sooner!

 

However, I am concerned about the hunch guy because like him, I tend to take on my own problems and those of others less able to deal with their issues. I hope I do not end up being hunched when I am old - would really hate that, lol!

 

Liv.



Here is the simplest solution to your worry, Liv.

 

Every morning, before you leave the house, check yourself in a full-length mirror.  Are you at all hunched over?  Tell yourself, STAND UP STRAIGHT, GIRL.  STAND UP STRAIGHT NO MATTER HOW TIRED OR UNHAPPY YOU MAY BE.  POSTURE, POSTURE, POSTURE.

 

It's amazing what a positive effect just standing fully erect and walking with proper posture can do for your confidence and just about everything else you'll need to encounter in any given day.   And as far-fetched as this notion seems, if you're standing--or sitting--correctly when someone tries to dump their problems on you--or you simply hear about those problems and WANT to take them on--pause a moment to correct your posture and I'll guarantee you you'll feel a bit differently about turning yourself in a martyr.  Yes, martyr.  That's not an exageration.  

 

In summary, I have no medical or scientific explanation for what I'm saying.  I only know what I know: Standing, sitting up straight when your shoulders start to feel weighted down with worries and problems that are, by rights, not yours, works virtual miracles on your attitude toward those problems.  Which is not to say you won't any longer offer help to those in need.  It just says that you'll only offer help you can realistically, self-preservationally, offer.  

 

After all, we'd all hate to see you're lovely, agile frame hunched in any way whatsoever.  That would be a tragedy indeed.       



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Posted on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 13:10

WELCOME TO THE BLOGS CRYSTA! 

 

Excellent topic and soo true.. 

 

In my personal life a couple of things come to mind immediately...

 

I drive a BIG truck.. quad cab, 21 inch rims, HEMI engine.. 

 

and I am not a very big girl... I can't see past the windshield wipers nor can I see behind the back end.. and I sit on a pillow as well! LOL ..

 

People ask me all the time.... "Why such a big truck?" 

 

My response? "I feel safe." I learned at a very early age that no one would protect me.. I had to protect myself... And I feel in my heart, this is precisely why I choose big trucks.. In fact.. even when I was married.. I was the one who got us to purchase big trucks... Not my husband... and he was a great husband.. There was no "reasonable" reason for me not to feel "safe." BUT... I DO believe there is something within my brain that triggers this. I think there are some beautiful cars out there.. But I don't feel "safe" when I sit in them... I feel so "small" ... in a big world.. ??? Does that make sense?  

 

And the other "Self-Awareness" thing I noticed years back? STUFF ON MY BED... I can always tell when I feel most "scattered" or not at "peace"... WHY? Because I sleep with "stuff" on my bed.. ALL AROUND ME!! Not my usual few stuffed animals.. But I mean STUFF.. Like laundry piled up on one side, books, purses, laptop..... I don't put it away...  I realized many years ago when I noticed this about myself that when this happened.. my mind seemed most unsettled! Sometimes I only leave a tiny little spot where I can barely turn over.. Now everything else is totally in order.. I am maticulous, I hate clutter, everything has to be put away properly... But that is my guess.. I think the "mess on my bed I sleep in" exemplifies the mess in my little blonde brain!" LOL.. I'm just uncertain what that "mess" reflects...  Lonliness? Stress? Confusion? IDK honestly... 

 

I think I might enjoy these books mentioned!

 

Thanks for the insight New Blogger CRYSTA!! WELCOME HERE!! :)

 

And DON..... If your living room and my scattered brain ever got together..

 

There'd be TROUBLE in the world! ;)



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Posted on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 05:15

Crysta,

I'm so very happy to hear you've been on a Truth path. I will check out the Pathwork Lectures. Haven't heard of them. There are so many. I don't normally follow channelled material, but will see what these are like. Thanks for the suggestion............ BeWell

 



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Posted on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 01:49

Thank-you all for your perspectives. I have read Louise Hayes books' and they are fabulous!!  When I started on my path to self-awareness 10 yrs. ago, I remember the first thing I did--I searched on the internet "What is self-awareness"--I did not even know. What I came across that night changed my life and has helped me in everyway to understand the layers upon layers of stuffed emotions etc and how to work through it all.  "THE PATHWORK LECTURES" by Eva Pierrakos.  Eva channeled all 258 lectures and died right after the last and final lecture. If you read about her life it will fascinate you. If you do visit the lectures keep in mind that even one lecture may be overwhelming at first for some; but if necessary read it in parts, whatever works for you. I read many of them more than one time.  Lecture #'s 38, 39, 40, 41 are great to start out with they are titled "Images and the Damage they do" these shed light starting from childhood and into adulthood. They have Pathwork Study Groups all around the world and it would be neat if there were some people on here that would be interested in maybe starting our own. Off to bed. It is late and I finished building my website! yeah. Goodnight.

~Crysta



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Posted on Wed, Jul 25, 2012 10:46

Crysta,

 

Welcome to the blogs. I personally think this is a very interesting topic! A room in my home is currently like a thoroughly disorganised law firm perhaps without a secretary! And yes it is true I do not have a PA at the moment! And I have series of court cases I am running pari passu - so this currently manifests in my home from where I work my cases. Sadly, though these piles and boxes of legal documents and exhibits are physical, they have the impact of making me feel like my mind is clogged! So I quickly work through them as new ones arrive! A very vicious cycle indeed until the cases are concluded or I get a PA - whichever is sooner!

 

However, I am concerned about the hunch guy because like him, I tend to take on my own problems and those of others less able to deal with their issues. I hope I do not end up being hunched when I am old - would really hate that, lol!

 

Liv.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 25, 2012 09:28

interesting perspective...



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Posted on Wed, Jul 25, 2012 05:53

Hello QueenOfRndmC,

 

Good observations! There IS something to it. What you're talking about is called, "metaphysics" the study of the nature of things you can't see. I have studied the subject for many years and find it totally fascinating. It's all about the mind-body-spirit-life connection, isn't it?

 

Louise Hay is a wonderful author and a grandmother of the genre. Why People Don't Heal and How They Can, and Anatomy of the Spirit. She has some free audio downloads on her site.

 

Through my work in publishing I have had the honor to really get to know both of these ladies through a mutual organization we used to belong to. They are amazing women.

 

Good luck in your quest for Truth............. BeWell....PS: Welcome to the blogs. I look forward to your participation.



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Posted on Tue, Jul 24, 2012 19:58

Crysta

We all have our build-in Chi"s. How we communicate with the world and our cribs reflect our inner spaces as well.

I have a friend who is a real space shot..always losing keys..apartment in total chaos. But in turn will give the shirt off the back type of person and attentive to others feelings.


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