Anatomical energies are the invisible pathways that circulate through your body and guide life’s connection to the Soul…connection to consciousness. The ‘mysterious’ thymus gland is a highly specialized primary lymphoid organ of the immune system. Playing a role in the endocrine and immune systems, the thymus gland develops and trains ‘T’ cells, the all-important — invader and disease-fighting — white blood cells. The thymus trains these ‘T’ cells throughout your childhood…and just like with the pineal gland, there’s a major metaphysical function that continues after this physical function has semi-retired.
This lifelong function is at the root recipient of the ‘silver thread’ — a pulse of streaming cosmic information that maintains your life, your reason for being alive, and your heartbeat. This information contains your purpose, your destiny, your life map, and your life’s programming. It comes to you from the furthest reaches of the Multiverse. The mystics and masters referred to this as the confluence of all Cosmic rivers…flowing through the time of this life, from the timeless passage of all your lives. This is the combination of all your lessons — those you’ve mastered and those you have left…like a Cosmic “To-Do” list. Once this stream of information ceases — your personal messaging stops — your entire reason for breathing and existing disappears — your body ceases to function. You can keep a person alive when they’re brain dead, but you can’t keep a person alive when they’re heart dead. Yes…there are artificial hearts, heart transplants, and open-heart surgery, but none of this will work once the silver thread is withdrawn…once the pulse of your cosmic lifeline ceases to reach the thymus.
Our prayer is that you listen and relate to your heart daily, for it’s in this relation that you’re aware of this thread of Universal information that causes your life to unfold. Be mindful of your heart, feelings, and heartfelt within your mind…be your holistic self…completely comprehend your reason for breathing while fully engaging your Earthly moments.
Always with Sacred Love, Blessings, Prayer & Gratitude…Sat Nam,
I wanted to pop by and tell you I got a short article posted in HerNexxChapter.org. It’s the same as I recently posted here, but it’s nice to have a snippet of my story online for more women and men to read. And through HNC we can reach more and hope that we do.
Women & Men (you heard me – men get BC too)… Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Exam… learn the right way
Who Should Have a Mammogram? The American College of Radiology and Society of Breast Imaging recommend:
Women 40 and older should have mammograms every year. Women who are younger than 40 and have risk factors for breast cancer should ask their health care provider whether mammograms are advisable and how often to have them Mammograms Before Age 35 Mammograms before age 35 require a physician’s order. If you are concerned and would like a mammogram, talk with your primary care physician.
If You Notice a Breast Lump or Change. If you find a lump or something that worries you, schedule an appointment with your doctor, but don’t panic — eight out of ten lumps are not cancer. Your physician can write an order to schedule your diagnostic mammogram.
Female patient with radiology tech mammogram Schedule a Mammogram. Women 40 and older should have mammograms every year. Schedule yours now.
Have you ever felt lost and then suddenly something changes and you’re found? You can feel it, you can see it, the change in you and how you feel and look at life. It can be from something as simple as a call from a friend, a hug from a niece/nephew, or even a “great job” from someone at work. It’s the little things in life …
Just know that when you feel lost your family here at EA is always here for you.