Divine flow

The divine flow is like the flow of a river; however, many rivers nowadays are polluted, full of junk or simply stagnating.

by Eva-Maria Mora — 

The divine flow is like the flow of a river; however, many rivers nowadays are polluted, full of junk or simply stagnating. It is time we took care of them — meaning it is time to take care of our emotional bodies and view them as rivers, places where garbage got tossed over the years.

For some, there is so much buildup that it acts like a big dam that prevents any flow of energy. You can easily recognize the flow of energy by examining how much love is flowing in your life, how much happiness, how much money, how much time you have available, etc. The important part is to become aware and ask yourself these questions: How polluted is my river of emotions? Did someone else throw some stuff in here? Did someone hurt me? Could this be contaminating my life?

The problem can be diagnosed easily by examining your pain. Is it constant? Does it occur only in certain situations? Or only when you think about a particular person? Buildup happens over years of living on this planet and it is time now for our personal clearing, healing and “environmental protection.”

This is not just a nice analogy. Research into biochemistry indicates just how many peptides are released into our “river of emotions.” These easily become toxic if they occur in too great a number. The combination of certain peptides and body chemicals can cause a breakdown in our organs and systems — and, in some cases, can be fatal. For our spiritual progress and for our health, it is imperative that we take care of this situation.

 

Eva-Maria Mora is a clairvoyant medical intuitive with an MBA. She is the founder and author of Quantum-Angel-Healing™, a new healing modality she teaches worldwide. www.quantumangel.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 25, Number 6, December 2006/January 2007.

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