The Relative (Familial) Field
Descartes claimed, “I think, therefore I am.”
That’s OK for the Occidental mindset.
More fundamentally, it’s, “I Am, therefore I Am, therefore I Am That I Am.”
Cognitive Shocks are familial — they run in families for four or five generations.
What’s the difference between the Unified Field and the Relative Field?
In the Relative Field, we’re connected to our relatives.
One of my Body Dowsing clients showed up with a hyperactive child in tow.
I worked on the floor, disliking massage tables, which are too rickety for Body Dowsing.
The child was all over the place, a human junior tornado.
I told my client (let’s call her Flora), “I’m going to show you how children are directly connected to the mother. In just a few minutes, when you’re relaxed, your child will fall asleep. But first he’ll feel threatened and resist and try to do a belly-flop on your abdomen, so be prepared.”
“It’s where you’re connected, at the umbilicus, the so-called Silver Cord. The parents and their child are a circuit.”
Sure enough, Flora’s little boy leapt into the air trying for a belly-flop, but she was prepared and caught him.
After three tries, he curled up on the carpet and fell into a deep sleep, allowing me to continue Recycling Flora.
For more info, read my previous blogs …
Umbilical Trauma & the Web of Maya (Jun. 8, 2011)
Astral Projection Nowhere & Everywhere (Nov. 25, 2011)
Where Do “We” Begin & Where Do “We” End? (Feb. 4, 2014)