Let me say it once again, with feeling: Life Force exhibits vitality and intention.
The spiritual realm is merely a massive collection of life forces engaging each other in different ways. We can look at the spiritual universe and its complexities and try to understand it by the products it has created or we can step back and consider just how individual elements composed of vitality and intention can relate to each other. To put it in a nutshell, let’s see if we can describe the functions of a living being in terms of life forces acting with and against each other.
Let’s take a rather homely example that we are all familiar with, the human body, and try to describe it in terms of life forces acting in alignment and in opposition. If every cell in the body is alive, it has vitality and intention. We are fairly certain about the vitality, but the intention? Well, let’s say the intention is to survive or to succumb or something in between. Let’s just consider cells that perform some function regarding other cells in the body.
How about white blood cells which are involved in recognizing intruders, killing harmful bacteria, and creating antibodies to protect your body against future exposure to some bacteria and viruses? Do you think that this is accomplished without some sort of intention? Intention is cause and if something is causing some result, what other than intention is involved? People who do not feel that cells are alive may postulate some sort of built-in primordial response, but what is that if not proof of a prior intention. White blood cells have a complex function. How do they accomplish these various functions without intentions? If you wish to claim these are pre-programmed functions, whose intentions are being represented here?
How about red blood cells? The red blood cell’s main function is to carry oxygen from the lungs and deliver it throughout our body. Red blood cells also transport waste such as carbon dioxide back to our lungs to be exhaled. Is there an intention involved? Why not?
T cells are another example. T lymphocytes (T cells) are responsible for cell-mediated immunity. B lymphocytes are responsible for humoral immunity or antibody production. They can recognize and have a memory of invading bacteria and viruses. Does that seem to indicate a set of intentions?
Then we have our favorite villains, cancer cells, which uniquely reprogram their cellular activities to support their rapid proliferation and migration and to counteract metabolic and radiation or chemical stress during cancer progression. These cells have evolved the ability to overcome aging by using mechanisms that enable cancer cells to divide indefinitely. Does this sound like an intentional act?
I would like to cut to the chase and say that we should be communicating with various cell groups in the same manner as we communicate with any spiritual being. We should be using reach and withdraw on specific areas of the body and actually attempting to imagine that we are these cells and see what realizations occur. I know when we have done that to injured areas of the body in the past we have often managed to see some miraculous recoveries.
I am suggesting that we should be doing reach and withdraw on cancer cells, bacteria, parasites, and on healthy cells in various body parts to see what the various intentions are and to see if we can get more of these intentions to align for the benefit of the body.
For example, the cancer cell, from what I can see, is a normal cell that mutates. That sure sounds like a response to an overwhelming incident and we have been handling those with SRT for many years. Why not get up close and personal to some cancer cells and see if we can modify their intentions so that they cause no further damage to the body?
If you would like to take on some larger targets, why not look at the intentions that exist in the liver, or lungs or heart? I am sure that the organs are alive and have intentions that affect their vitality and function. If we monitor the vitality of the areas we are working with, we should be able to see what processes are beneficial and which are not.
I feel there is much more that can be done if we bother to look at the vitality and intentions of cells in the body.