Abortion By Anatomical Pressurization
Silva (not her real name) watched me Body Dowse her friend.
I realized she wanted a session too, and was working up the nerve to ask.
I also noticed her “abortion foot” geometry.
She asked for a session, and it “turned out” (turning her feet) that the left foot was far more pressurized than the right.
“What male do you have a trauma with?” I asked.
“Well, it could be my current boyfriend,” Silva replied.
“No,” I interrupted. “Tell me about the relationship before him.”
Her left leg stiffened up like a two-by-four.
“Well, yes, there was a problem, but I can’t tell you. It’s too personal and embarrassing.”
“You don’t have to tell me anything. Besides, I already know. What’s important is that you release it. So let it go right now and be done with it. Be free of it at last.”
Silva burst into tears, then told me her story.
A relative had recently let it slip that her mother had had an abortion.
Her mother had three children and one abortion, while Silva had three abortions and wanted one child.
I told Silva to drop the guilt — the anatomical geometry of her own feet predetermined her abortions.
Her subconscious prenatal trauma (shock) created the anatomical over-pressurization in her feet that caused, in turn and in time, the uterus to become pressurized by pregnancy and depressurized by abortion.
The additional pressure can cause either spontaneous or planned abortion.
Where’s the guilt in our make-up?
But our psychological reality of guilt (Swami Nitty-Gritty called it “self-guile”) removes us from the actuality of our physiological actuality of Body Language.
Paramahansa Yogananda warned us that the environment is stronger than our will power.
So did G.I. Gurdjieff, who advised us to align ourselves with planetary forces, using environmental momentum to redirect it for our own advantage and high-level wellness.
This might be called Cosmic Aikido.
God is Being-ness acting on Being-ness, not Consciousness acting on Consciousness.