PONDER on THIS for Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 by Vadim Zeland in REALITY TRANSURFING I-V

“From early childhood we are convinced that the aging process is inevitable. Over the course of a person’s life they receive endless confirmation of the aging process from their own personal experience and the experience of others. At every birthday celebration theatrical demonstrations of good wishes are made calling for good health and longevity but everyone knows that these good wishes mean nothing and have absolutely no impact on the script. On the contrary, translated into the language of fact what these well-meaning words are really saying is that your health is far from what it used to be and the years are passing. These are the slight oscillations or flirtations of a destructive pendulum (*i.e., a negative thought energy).

Sooner or later you will begin to feel that ten years or so ago you had so much more strength and energy. You will want to share these thoughts with someone else. That someone will instantly appear to enthusiastically develop the topic of conversation. The theme of illness is no less popular in polite small talk now than the weather. By participating in such conversations you radiate energy at the same frequency as the destructive pendulum, i.e., you agree to play the game.”

Vadim Zeland, in “Reality Transurfing Steps I-V”

(*added by “Ponder on This” compiler)

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