Not Wanting to Know...
on the subject of why so few people want to hear about themselves.
She was mentioning that on a documentary we watched recently
someone fell off their horse, and had concussion.
When they awoke they had X-Ray vision - they could actually see into
a persons body.
I have met someone with that facility.
Many years ago we were in Melbourne for the first time,
I went with a sick friend to see a very old Chinese Acupuncturist.
Together with his translator he sat behind a big desk, and with hardly a
glance diagnosed the trouble, and gave a session. He also spotted old healed
Sabine was saying that if she had that facility people would probably come
to her to ask what she saw, and if she told them about a damaged part of
themselves they would, without delay, take care of the physical ailment.
Seems not so about people seeing themselves in a deeper way.
They say the want to, but in fact, seems people do not really want to know
and even if they are told what they need to take care of, they don’t.
It is that thing about hobbling through life in a way that is less
efficient than if the essential is first taken care of.
Essential? - waking up to our true potential.
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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 23:44
posted by eileen rose
I can see into people. I just say to them I am remote viewing them. It is a capacity that has come to me.
I utilize it to detach from the physical plane of suffering and not usually to help heal someone.
When I do approach someone to offer them my view of their internal physical illness, they don't know how to take it. They usually/often/always reject what I have to say....not because they don't see that I am indeed seeing inside of them, but perhaps, they are too afraid to have 'an illness' at all.
So yes, x-ray vision as a skill, is probably more common than people realize.
But due to the fact that people don't want to find out they are sicker (than they thought), and they often never seek medical help after I went to the trouble of seeing into them (which takes time/energy/nerve)....I've come to realize.
So I have stopped telling them (unless I feel I need too).
It isn't my job to convince them.
Perhaps that is why we don't hear of this particular skill very often. People reject it out of hand as delusional, not because they actually think it is, but because that is the only alternative that doesn't feel like just more pain (to them).
Thursday, 02 August 2012 06:31
posted by Peter Paul and Mary
"When they awoke they had X-Ray vision - they could actually see into
a persons body."
- On the basis of available EVIDENCE X-Ray vision is a delusion. There is however little doubt in time technology will create such a phenomenon. -
"They say they want to, but in fact, seems people do not really want to know."
- Us? Me? Paul? -