What to Do After “Who”

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Folks often ask me what they’re supposed to do after they discover “Who’s the matter.”

The protagonists in the 1990 film Flatliners discovered their “Who’s” the hardest way possible — Mind Hacking is the easiest — but *what* they did to *resolve* their “Who-shocks” is insightful.

None of these men and women resolved their Toxic Engrams by tapping their temples or moving their eyes from side to side.

Throwing a “New Age tantrum” doesn’t work either … but it *does* relieve the pressure.

According to Greg Whiteley (of Aquarium Lifestyle Research and Divine Spark Productions) …

“Drama does not cure trauma.”

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Spoiler Alert! You might choose to check out the movie first.

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Joe (played by William Baldwin) probably had the easiest “engram clearing” (settlement of accounts).

His girlfriend found his stash of sex videos, and broke up with him.

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David (played by Kevin Bacon) merely has to apologize to the girl he bullied as a child, and “immediately feels a weight lifted off his shoulders.”

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Rachel (played by Julia Roberts) is relieved of responsibility for the death of her father when she learns he died of a heroin overdose.

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Nelson (played by Kiefer Sutherland) had the toughest “settlement of accounts.” He only escaped death because his childhood victim forgave him.

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Classic examples of guilt occur in the most recent 2017 Flatliners movie (which I haven’t seen).

According to Wikipedia (last edited Oct. 3, 2019) …

“Courtney is haunted by her dead sister Tessa from a car crash she caused because she was using her phone. Jamie is haunted by the baby of his ex-girlfriend whom he got pregnant and begged to get an abortion. Marlo is haunted by a man named Cyrus (who was stung by jellyfish) whom she killed when she accidentally mixed up his medication, and Sophia is haunted by a girl named Irina whose life she ruined out of jealousy by hacking her phone and sending out her nudes. This allowed Sophia to become valedictorian.”
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'What to Do After “Who”' have 7 comments

  1. October 29, 2019 @ 9:04 pm Atom

    My friend was Rolfed to a fare-thee-well for a series of sessions, and it really did help his posture.

    Then his mother came for a visit, and his posture regressed to a pre-Rolfing body position.

    Guess who showed up in his RIGHT foot when I Mind Hacked him?

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Mind-Reading

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  2. October 29, 2019 @ 9:17 pm Atom

    One’s favorite color and one’s least favorite color tell a story.

    The first leads to addiction and the second to avoidance.

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Color-Recycling

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  3. October 29, 2019 @ 9:36 pm Atom

    I advise people to never do more than two flushes of any kind a year, and never more than an absolute maximum of one month at a time.

    This especially applies to people eating according to solar cycles because eating “on time” flushes the system without consequences.

    Homage to the Arch-Enemy of Detox — Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843).

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    • November 1, 2019 @ 2:40 pm John

      Hi Atom, what do you consider ‘a flush’ ?

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      • November 1, 2019 @ 4:09 pm Atom

        Niacin flush, liver flush, gall bladder flush, gum spirits of turpentine flush, tequila and pineapple juice flush, kidney stone flush, celery juice cleanse, grapefruit cleanse, Candida cleanse, activated charcoal cleanse, coffee enemas, detox baths, Stanley Burroughs’s “Master Cleanse,” “Rainbow Juice Cleanse,” water fasting (over 24 hours), juice fasting (over 72 hours), etc.

        99% of “symptom-cleansing” adversely affects “vital force.”

        The “salt water flush” might be an exception to the rule, and I might be missing a few others.

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        • November 6, 2019 @ 1:02 pm John

          What does the celery juice cleanse do?

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          • November 6, 2019 @ 4:19 pm Atom

            Celery — juice or food — is an aphrodisiac.

            Maybe that’s why Gwyneth Paltrow endorses celery juice.

            It goes well with her “intimate massage rings” and “jade eggs.”

            Celery juice can target the bones, but exact info is difficult to find.

            I’ll keep searching.


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