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Losing My Old Baggage

Published on 4/21/2019
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Well, all the pieces finally came together. I no longer have to work -- I am retired! I had heard some people get bored when retired. I knew I wouldn’t have that problem. But boy, was I surprised by what did come up.

 

It was the “HURRY UP!” Back when I was a kid, my mother was always trying to go somewhere or make something happen faster than my dad was moving. Consequently all of us were repeatedly told to “HURRY UP!” I developed a stress reaction to time deadlines, creating an impulse to “HURRY UP!” even when not needed. And it followed me into retirement!

 

As an example, my morning after the cats are fed. Sipping my coffee, planning my day, I realize the garbage has to go out to the road before dark. “HURRY UP!” DO IT NOW!  Huh? I’ve got all day. But no, I’m uneasy til I get it out there. Can’t relax until obligations are done. A built-in behaviour where I stress myself out. Needlessly. Talk about old baggage.

 

 

 

But then, serendipity came to the rescue. I saw that Subtle Energy Sciences has a new “energy app” called “Release the Past”. These energy apps are also called mandalas because they are beautiful graphics encoded with the frequency/energy you want. They interact with electronics such as your phone or computer by just having them in the background -- you don’t need to see them. Not only do they change harmful EMFs to beneficial energy, but they also radiate the energy for a specific purpose -- in this case to release my past conditioning.

 

I downloaded the graphic and opened it in photo viewer, saying to myself as I did, that I wanted to get rid of “HURRY UP!” Release the Past was in the background as I worked on my computer. A couple days of that and now I don’t get rattled by having things to do by a deadline. I just put them where they fit best in my day. Amazing how that worked!

 

After that came worrying. You know, going round and round with “what if?” even though you’ve done all you can do and just have to see how it goes. After a couple days of the mandala in the background, I now simply do my thing, go on to something else, checking back once in awhile. None of this going round and round with it and stressing myself out.

 

It seems like such a little thing, dumping the silly little stressors. But think what life could be like if everybody dropped their silly little stressors. People wouldn’t be rubbed the wrong way nearly so often. And their health would be better from not being stressed.

 

But I’ve saved the best for last. IT’S FREE! Makes me wonder if the developer, Eric Thompson, is setting it loose to change the world, one piece of baggage at a time. In any case, you can download and try it here.

 

 

 

 




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