The presence of a skeptical mind


The source of this quote: on Albert Abrams

When my mother baked a cake and our evil nemesis neighbor showed up, we could observe how the dough collapsed. Our neighbor, a woman who was known to have “the evil eye“, brought chaos into leavened dough. Her negative influence reached the microcosm and let the leaven stop their work. As a consequence the energy field between each yeast cell broke down. The effect was visible on a macrocosmic level.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a species of yeast. It has been instrumental to winemaking, baking, and brewing since ancient times.

Throughout the entire history there are thousands of similar examples. In recent time Jacques Benveniste and Luc Antoine Montagnier made their experience with a group of skeptics who was able to influence the outcome of their experiment by their sheer presence. Almost two thousand years ago even Jesus send all skeptical people outside the house where he resurrected a girl (Mark 8:38-43). These people “laugh at him scornfully” when he said to the parents of the girl, that she was sleeping (resting in death). Scornfully is defined as something done without respect, or something done showing displeasure.

There is no need to waste your time to try to convince skeptics. Send them away and don’t offer them your help. David Tansley wrote that such people (regarding neurotics, but you could apply this also to evil minded people too) “should be left to work out his own destiny under the limits imposed upon him by The Law“. You cannot help a “pseudoskeptic” person, because it is their intention to disprove everything.

In order to be able to heal, the therapist and the patient should be in a agreement, united in their intention. Everyone else “OUT!”.


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