The second section of notes from my past life regression:
I noticed that I may have been my grandparents first son (my uncles younger sibling who was a lost baby). But that only was just a glimpse.
Then I saw myself as an old scruffy man who was wearing big heavy, gloppy kind of winter boots, like something out of Game of Thrones. The man I was while wearing those work boots, was a farrier. I groomed horses and shod them. I don’t recall much of anything else about that life. I don’t recall how I died or if I had a family or anything else.
And then lastly, Patricia asked us to go to a beach and I could see my feet through the water. And I could walk into the water and see the three dolphins she spoke of. I could touch the dolphins and I wasn’t afraid of them. So that was a good thing. (That scene reminded me of the past life regression that I’d had while we were in Glastonbury, and I had seen myself as an eel! That’s right! I had no feet; I was a water creature.)
So, here I am seeing myself moving from the flash of the aforementioned eel-like creature to something like… hmm… I begin to get this idea that I had been a SYMBOL, such as the yin and yang symbol, which I see now.
When I meditate, I often now see a living breathing yin yang ☯️ entity. As the dark side grows bigger, the light side will get smaller. As the light side gets larger, the dark side shrinks smaller! The wave in the middle is not a delineating line, as it’s drawn in 2d but rather a 5d symbol where the wavy line is a BLEND. Yes, the wavy line is meant to represent a blending.
Continuing along this thought, and to further explain this concept…
When you look at a rainbow, you don’t see a line in between the colors. You see the frequencies of the colors blend from one to another. So yes, you can look at a rainbow and say, oh, there’s a pretty blue. Or a red and a purple and a yellow and an orange whatever the colors are, you see those distinct colors, but between the colors there is this blending, there is no barrier or boundary or such to protect one color from another. And I believe it’s the same with us.
We are porous creatures. Every cell in our body has water in it. Every cell has a membrane but the membrane is porous.
Vitamins and minerals and necessary nutrients can move in and out of the cells, and they move in and out of our gray matter in our brain and bloodstream. In fact, our bloodstream is made up of white blood cells and red blood cells. And even those carry bits of our DNA and each and the cool thing about our DNA is that even if we’re born with something in our DNA that’s broken, at some point that can be fixed or repaired! It can be healed and rejuvenated based on our experiences and what we put into our cell culture, our culture medium—which is our body, our petri dish. We are flexible. We are mush. Goo. Some people say our body is a meat sack or meat suit.
I believe we are living spirit beings wearing in a body that is built for this planet and for this space and time and for this pressure.
There is an atmospheric pressure. If you think about scuba diving under in the ocean under the seas, the farther down you go, the more pressure the farther up you go in the atmosphere, the more pressure and the less oxygen available (just like it’s harder to breathe when you go to Colorado and you’re up in the mountains, as opposed to living in Florida by the beach).
When you go up in atmospheres, it’s harder to breathe. So, we were purposely meant, and created specifically, to live on the surface of the crust of the earth and on the dirt of the ground. We were meant to help the earth grow plants to eat fruits from trees, and care for trees. And continue to replant and repot plants and plant trees and so on and so forth. We were meant to eat a plant based diet. But when the plants were not plentiful, and the seasons were changing, and we didn’t have mechanisms by which to store food, then yes, we we could trap or kill an animal. And typically, people were meant to eat smaller creatures than themselves. So we would eat rabbits and squirrel and things that were smaller. We probably did not eat dogs because in the early days dogs would not have been domesticated they would have been wolves. And unless there was an older or sickly wolf—which we wouldn’t want it to eat anyway—people would not have eaten a wolf as they would have been too ferocious for men to to trap or kill. We wouldn’t have eaten lion. We wouldn’t have eaten camels and giraffe and things like that that, as they would have been too difficult to kill. So yes, there are some other animals that we may have killed for meat such as deer and bison that the Native Americans were able to hunt and trap and kill and of course fish. (Even Jesus was a fisherman. It is purported.)
So if that’s the case, then by all means, yes, we would eat fish. So there are people that believe in eating a vegetarian diet, and that’s very good and pescatarian who add fish. We do seem to need a bit of oil in our body and that could be achieved by the butter and the cheese from cows, sheep, or goats, or it could also come from the fish from the sea. And the people who tend to live by the sea tend to have the longest lifespans with the least health issues.
Definitely the modern, convenient lifestyle of the fast food is contributing to ill health and is killing people. The people of Okinawa in Japan have been a blue zone for many years, meaning that they have a long life expectancy and good longevity there, but now that fast food has been introduced to them—the American way of eating, and the standard American diet, also called SAD—it is reported that the people are experiencing higher incidences of heart problems, high cholesterol, diabetes, and those kinds conditions. So it is true that you are what you absorb. And we absorb air and we absorb water. And if the air and the water is polluted, we’re absorbing those toxins. And that’s why it’s good to detox.
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