Armed & Dangerous
Anne (not her real name) had pain in her RIGHT shoulder.
Her RIGHT side was “active” when Mind Hacked.
She was angry at her ex-husband over their recent divorce, but there was little “activity” on her LEFT side.
So it wasn’t her ex she wanted to punch out.
It turned out to be — of all people — her grandmother.
Anne suddenly grasped the truth, sobbing and wailing for close to ten minutes.
The grandmother is considered the matriarch of the family, according to Anne’s culture.
In the heat of the divorce, Anne ran to her grandmother for advice and counseling, but her grandmother was dying.
Anne wasn’t allowed to see her grandmother. Her relatives refused access to their “death watch.”
Anne repressed her anger, and her aggressive urges, resulting in a frozen RIGHT shoulder.
Righteous indignation rarely results in physiological injuries or illnesses.
It’s those “forbidden thoughts” and seemingly innocent thoughts that matter.
Re: What do you mean by “seemingly innocent thoughts”?
“Oh, that’s such a minor thing. It’s not even worth complaining about.”
“That’s just how things are. There are worst things to worry about.”
“You’re making a mountain out of a mole hill. Just let it go.”
Seemingly “little things” often outweigh the bigger things when it comes to stress, shock, and Cognitive Trigger Events.
Mind Hacking can find that needle stuck in our butt since the last time we jumped in the haystack.
According to “whatever spoke through” Edgar Cayce (Reading 281:02) …
“Sins of commission were forgiven, while sins of omission were called to mind — even by the Master.”