By Douglas J. Price
Those who have suffered a series of unresolved traumatic experiences, may find it difficult to trust the good that can come into their lives.
You can block the inward flow of wealth or health by giving too much of yourself.
The same is true when you take too much. I am not saying that we should not give or receive. Rather, we must find balance in giving and receiving.
A balanced flow allows you to harvest the good in your life. What can block us from harvesting our good?
People with a history of conflicts see the world through distorted and imbalanced perspectives.
In other words, they see things through the lens of their projected conflicts, which blocks their awareness. They can miss the opportunities around them that can bring health and wealth, in both giving and receiving.
Dr. Hamer, the founder of German New Medicine, discovered in his research the water conflict. For example, a person having financial difficulties can feel like they are ‘drowning in their finances.’
Leading up to the disturbed flow in finances, the individual might be reacting to a childhood memory or previous experience of nearly drowning in a pool.
Our psyche senses what is similar for survival; it cannot tell the difference between what is real or not real. Once the conflict is resolved, the filter is clear of what we were perceiving falsely and we can harvest our good.