Happy Sunday :))
Sorry, I haven’t been here for two days now. Truth be told I’ve been thinking heavily about how to translate my thoughts into readable words.
I’ve been meditating on my deep wounds and to be honest with you, I think most of what we think are wounds is demonic mind control.
And I’m not referring to it in a religious or conspicuous way.
The demonic mind control that I’m talking about is social and psychological.
This is you, me, on mind control:
– I’m ugly
– I’m not good enough
– I’m the wrong race
– I’m too old or I’m too young
– I’m poor
– Everybody hates me
– Nobody has my best interest at heart
– I’m doomed
– I’m a failure
– I’m sick
– I’m alone in the world
After a while, those thoughts and beliefs become deep wounds, because they keep digging us down.
With that being said, I’m aware that some of us have been wounded by others when we were just children or teenagers. We’ve taken on burden that was not ours to carry.
We’ve been inflicted with intense pain that caused us to develop patterns of thoughts and beliefs that have created internal deep wounds.
What I’ve realized is that many of us unintentionally accept to take on others karma and disease through energy transfer.
It’s not that we let bad things happen to us, It’s just that there is an opened channel in us that facilitates energy transfer. This can be good or bad.
To heal my wounds, I’ve started asking myself questions like “Is this disease mine or did I accept to carry an illness that was not mine to carry and that someone willingly/unwillingly transferred to me? Are those really my thoughts and beliefs or am I channeling someone else’s and accepting as mine?”
Those are powerful questions to ask oneself.
Have you ever noticed how it’s always the victim who gets sick and rarely the abuser?
Most of the pain, worries and wounds you think are yours to carry, do not belong to you.