Last week we talked about our thoughts being spiritual seeds, which, once planted in the subconscious, have a tendency to sprout and grow, resulting in a crop not always to our liking. As you remember, using the Law of Growth, what we think about grows. If we’re not thinking about what we want, we’re going to reap a crop we don’t want. The theory is the various ailments we experience in our lives “inflammation, paralysis, nervousness and diseased conditions” are a manifestation of fear, worry, anxiety, jealousy, hatred, and similar negative manifestations. That’s a tough pill to swallow, isn’t it?
This was last week’s reading, but I’m so intrigued by it, that I’m carrying this reading over into this week when we can choose what master key to read, or not read, as we wish. The reading goes on to say life needs only food, water, and air to be sustained, so it would seem life would be maintained indefinitely, right? But it isn’t. Let’s look at destructive activity, which is the breaking down and excreting the waste material produced by the body as a result of its daily operation. That, the reading surmises, is the cause of all disease. Waste material accumulates and saturates our body’s tissues. This may be partial or general, affecting either a portion of or the entire system.-
One question I’ve had and so have other people I’ve discussed this with is, why don’t we live forever if we have our thinking right? I surmise it’s because we are all flawed as human beings. I presented this thought to a friend of mine, and she surmised this allowed us to experience emotions, which allows us to be empathetic. Many of you may have other questions about this, and I probably don’t have answers. I’m an imperfect practicer as well, early in my journey. All I can offer is it’s worth contemplating and seeking the answer within your own mind. Quiet your mind, and, with practice, an answer will come. We know that what we think about grows, so to increase our health, we must concentrate on that, “eliminating thoughts of fear, worry, care, anxiety jealousy, hatred, and every other destructive thought.” Nourishing foods and tonics are only secondary aspects of life. If our thinking is not healthful, all the healthy tonics in the world cannot restore our health. We must believe it. Remember, we must focus on what we want and ignore what we don’t want.
Strangely, I believe I’ve been benefitting from this. I’m preparing for a second knee replacement. I got a steroid shot in December, and my knee was quite painful then and for a week after that shot. Then the knee wasn’t painful. I’ve been focusing on true health and positive aspects of things, and that steroid shot should have worn off by now, and I should be in a great deal of pain; however, I rarely notice pain in that knee. I can still hear it crunching, so there are still problems in that knee, but my mental approach has been of a positive nature, and I believe I’ve benefitted from it.
We’re using this method, but most of us use it unconsciously and experience undesirable results because we have not practiced using our thought processes for producing the results we desire. We’ve spoken about our mind controlling our body often. Laughter results in our body shaking, bladder leakage, or tears pouring from our eyes. This is an example of our mind controlling our muscles and our glands. When we get angry, how often have we spoken about our blood pressure rising or someone’s face growing red? Our mind controls our blood circulation. These are examples of our mind controlling our body, but it’s short-lived. Our subconscious mind does the same thing when white blood corpuscles rush to deal with an infection. How about a broken bone healing? A doctor can’t heal it. The body takes care of that. If we let the body work and don’t interfere, it takes quite good care of us. The secret of health is in vibration, also known as frequency. When we look at chemistry, each cell is in constant vibration as electrons form and reform bonds with neutrons. We’re one large vibrating entity. We aren’t usually conscious of it (until that leg gets to bouncing – you know what I mean), but each of us has a frequency. The healthier we are, the higher our frequency rating, but most of us “vibrate” at around 62-68 MHz. You begin to die at around 25 MHz. If you’re experiencing cold symptoms, your frequency is around 58 MHz. Flu symptoms? Around 57 MHz. Cancer? 42 MHz. Your healthy brain operates at around 71-90 MHz.
This isn’t just this Master Key weekly reading that says this. I obtained those frequency readings from The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple by Dr. David Steward, PhD, D.N.M, page 182. We know mental action is a rate of vibration. The higher rate of vibration overrides the lower rate of vibration. We can affect our overall health by how and what we think about. Most people are not aware of the powerful impact they can have upon their own lives, and doctors are not taught this in medical school. Some doctors know it and act accordingly, but many do not.
Whether you believe this or not, what harm is there in practicing it? Why not think positive, happy, healing thoughts? Why not concentrate on envisioning the life you want to experience? When the opportunity comes along to create that life you’ve created in your mind, you’ll be better prepared to recognize it?