Thank you all for this session and wishing Laura all the best and a good recovery, too!
The vote count was quite surprising and the outcome left me puzzled, even a little angry. It'd be real depressing to think that they would have voted to stay in the union. William Wallace would be turning in his grave.(L) Yeah, because clearly there are cases where if you have pain, you need to lay down and you need to rest. You need to wear a brace or something.
I certainly noticed it. It was an almost visceral sensation when they broke the connection. I have felt remorse about it ever since. I think the the Cs were also concerned with Laura's pain and fatigue. Having arrived late to the session, when everyone was already seated and ready to begin, I was unaware of the severity of her condition until after the session when it took two strong young fellows just to help her out of her chair. She is suffering greatly.Inquorate said:Anyone else notice that the c's / members lose energy when personal questions are asked (STS) and the session runs down..Andromeda said:Session Date: September 20th 2014
A: Bacterial overgrowth. Enough personal questions. Goodbye.
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So long as the energy has somewhere to go (STO), it can keep flowing and the channel is strong. Once it is restricted, everything closes down. I see the same thing in my spatial resonance (free energy) experiments; the more mass that is added (while still spatially resonant), the more energy is available to the system, so long as the flow is not restricted.
Interesting session, thanks for getting it out to us so quickly.
No, none of those words are things we say on any regular basis as you suggest.Weller said:Thanks for this transcript. The patterns of phrases is interesting in this one--certain words pertaining to Laura's physical trauma in conjunction with the question about stone (bone?) pestles that have hidden value in their tones/sound.
The power of sound...including words. The words in this transcript have multiple meanings--e.g. a "terrible fall" discussed on the day before the autumnal equinox. I couldn't help but wonder how much use of the phrases like "pain in the as@" or "pulled the rug out from under" or "fall of man" or "lay it all on the line" had been in use recently by the group, around the time of the accident--the fall as a physical manifestation of vulnerability of the group(?), associated with verbalization of inconvenience/frustration/obstacles, tripping up, being unseated, etc. Spoken words have power in a directly physical way, particularly in a negative or distracted frame of mind, when we may not be as mindful to consciously direct their meaning? Reminds me of the broken iron pan handle episode, only this one is obviously much more traumatic and painful. What a bummer, literally (sorry...couldn't resist). :/ Hope Laura is feeling much better soon!