Remembering Versus Reliving
Cognitive Shocks are “printed” with adrenaline … and carbon dioxide.
Remembering Cognitive Shocks reprints the image over and over and over again, deeper and deeper and deeper.
RELIVING them erases the image.
Image is either “I’m aging” or “I’m a mage.”
We were created in the “image and likeness” of the Creator.
Dis-eases are auto-genetic, not genetic.
Carbon dioxide is the pencil point — made of graphite, a crystalline allotrope of carbon.
Oxygen is the eraser.
“Make your own movie,” was Swami Nitty-Gritty’s advice to my friend Street Wizard (Ed St. Pierre).
Yul Brenner’s birth name was Youl Borisovitch (1920-1985).
Michelangelo Capua (Yul Brynner: A Biography, 2006) wrote …
“One tragic night, Youl’s promising circus career was suddenly compromised by a terrible accident during the curtain call. ‘The man who jumped just before me was our catcher,’ Youl recalled. ‘He was a much heavier man than any of us … And somehow it dislodged one of the side cords when I rebounded on the net, trying to jump up … I used to rebound and then jump up and try to reach the trapeze once again … pretending to, or running in the air … Well, I found myself doing that comedy routine going completely sideways. And I went into a corridor, into an exit, out of the arena and fell on my left side on a set of parallel bars from a Japanese parallel bar act that preceded us and cracked up my whole left side. I had 49 fractures.’
“In a later interview, Youl explained that he developed a phobia of whistling after the accident. ‘When I cracked up in the circus, I was 17. In circuses, people turn their back and move away from you when you’re badly hurt because it puts fear into them. So they just let me lie there until the ambulance arrived. And, in the corridor behind the seats, someone was whistling. And I didn’t have the strength to yell, ‘Don’t whistle.’ And somehow, these things come to haunt you.'”
The left side is male, and the right side is female.
Quoting from the same biography …
“Living with his mother and sister, Youl would wait anxiously for a visit from his estranged father, who, in a rare private meeting, had told Youl that he would visit him at home. Boris did not keep his promise, greatly disappointing his son, who would develop a deep hatred for him.”
Both disappointment and broken promises register in BLUE.
Only Body Dowsing (Mind Reading For the Millions) can tell for sure.