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Generalizations about cheaters


The scandal about the company that enables cheating behavior to advance to universities of repute has pushed me to ask Spirit about cheating. I was curious if there are consequences to cheating, and I was fascinated to learn that there are generalizations about people who cheat. Here are five generalizations about the effects of cheating on people. For people who live in repressive societies, cheating is often necessary in order to live an authentic life, so those societies are not considered in this post.

Generalization #1:  Cheating causes emotional illness.

People who cheat create openings for emotional instability to fester and have greater doubts about themselves. Cheating is a gnawing experience that cannot be rationalized.

Generalization #2:  Cheating is justified by those who cheat, but it is never justified in the spiritual realm.

People who cheat will seek justifications for their actions, but their spiritual selves know the truth. Cheating distances from spiritual connection, and it damages spiritual fulfillment.

Generalization #3:  Cheating can be alienating.

People who cheat have different relationships than people who don’t. In general, people who cheat are more suspicious of others.

Generalization #4:  Cheating can be physically challenging.

People who cheat often feel pains that have inexplicable causes. The pains come from guilt.

Generalization #5:  Cheating has tentacles into generations.

People who cheat have personality changes that affect how they interact with their children. The children aren’t destined to be cheaters, but the altered behavior of the parents affects them negatively.

Can cheating behavior in the past be pardoned?

The effects of cheating can be lessened by committing to a life of helpful existence: helping others, helping the environment, and helping the community. Through helpful existence, past cheating behavior will have less harmful effects on the people and their children.

Note: This information comes from the spiritual realm. It is important.

Congestion of the heart


The heart is congested when the body is full of heartache. Heartache comes from unrequited love, unfulfilled dreams, loneliness, blocked arteries, and hunger for nutrition.

Unrequited love can be present in and out of relationships. A committed relationship does not guarantee that the heart is receiving its share of love. A heart requires loving relationships that pump it full of emotional sustenance. When relationships lack surety of love, the emotional sustenance is reduced and the heart is susceptible to illness.

Unfulfilled dreams cause narrowing throughout the body: narrowing of passageways, messaging, and performance. Unfulfilled dreams open to illness and disease, and enable congestion to enter the heart.

Loneliness has direct dialogue with the heart. It harms the heart through sad thoughts and empty conversations.

Blocked arteries cause physical symptoms that are operable. Unblocking the arteries can clear congestion in the heart, but the congestion can return when the causes of the artery blockage are not lifted. Artery blockage is related to food intake, oxygen sufficiency, and sleep deprivation.

Hunger for nutrition is tricky. The heart hungers for food sources that are rich in nutritional goodness. The heart hungers for regular reinforcements of energy to keep the beat. The heart hungers for just enough and not too much. The heart hungers for relaxed ingestion. And the heart hungers for love.

An uncongested heart requires heartfelt relationships, a life lived authentically, companionship, nutritional reliability, rhythm in activities, and rhythm in nature.

Note: This information comes from my heartfelt connection with Spirit.


“Soul and Body Exercise” has been printed!

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I’m happy to announce that “Soul and Body Exercise–The EGC Daily Exercise Routine” has been printed and is available on amazon.com! This book is a wonderful way to bring physical fitness and spiritual balance together. The book contains exercises that strengthen the body, calm the emotions, invigorate the intellect, and open to spirituality.

From the introduction:

“When we exercise, we need to exercise more than just our physical bodies, because our bodies require balance in all four components of health. Our bodies have physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspects. Focusing on one aspect—like on the physical aspect only—can tilt the balance; therefore, exercises that reach all four components of health are best…

The EGC Daily Exercise Routine is spiritually devised to provide modern society with a balanced way to maintain health through physical movement. Starting the day with these exercises can give you the energy and perspective to create positive living. Doing these exercises in the middle of the day is a way to refocus energy and thinking.

The exercises can be done every day and can be vigorous or calm, depending on your mood and stamina. Each day brings a new feeling of life, so the exercises will feel different as well. Allow a minimum of 20 minutes to complete the exercises. The full effect of the exercise routine occurs when all the exercises are done. The cardio exercises can be lengthened in time, and a full cardio workout can take approximately 45 minutes…

Two additional exercises are available for those of you who want more. The basic exercises provide balance to the four components of health, and doing them each day is enough. If you want to build closeness to your soul, add these extra exercises. They can be done every day at the same time as the other exercises or on their own. They can be done at any time of the day or night.”

“Soul and Body Exercise–The EGC Daily Exercise Routine” can add unexpected richness to your life if you are open to its gifts. Each time you perform these exercises presents an opportunity to balance all four components of your health: your physical health, your emotional health, your intellectual health, and your spiritual health. The more you do these exercises, the more you will recognize their gifts!

Click here to see the book on amazon.com.

Loneliness is complicated


Loneliness has many faces: the face of a child sitting alone at lunch, the face of a foreign worker in a room of coworkers who are local, the faces of many on social media who appear to be celebrating or joyful, the faces of spouses who hunger for connection, the faces of children who hunger for parental attention, the faces of friends who long to unburden their hearts, the faces of those who invest in things other than friendships.

Loneliness creeps up, and then it overwhelms with its all-encompassing power. It is self-inflicted, yet it feels externally forced. Loneliness is strong in its grip.

Combating loneliness requires desire for connection. Wanting to connect with others is natural, but it can be difficult in today’s world of fractured social networks.

When loneliness comes from distancing between family members, the anecdote is holy time: time dedicated exclusively to face-to-face communications. Holy time can be declared for mealtimes, free time, or bedtimes. The rules are negotiable. Social media is forbidden.

When loneliness comes from friend deprivation, whether from time restraints or distance, the anecdotes are reorganization of time and intentional socializing. These changes take time and they require active participation. Making time for friendship is crucial. Pushing towards friendships is crucial too. We are all social beings, and friendships bring support and comfort.

When loneliness comes from circumstances—working in a foreign country or new location, caring for a family member who is ill or dependent, personal illness or incapacitation, or death of a beloved family member or close friend—the anecdotes are often harder to fulfill. Each case has its difficulties, but the need for social interaction is strong. There are local sources of support like religious institutions, social organizations, and support groups. For those who are far from their loved ones because of distance or responsibilities, there are messaging and multimedia communication services, letters and email, local support networks, and interaction with local people who provide services. The importance for building social connections remains high, and the forging of close or casual friendships is urgent.

Each person’s feelings of loneliness are unique, yet they blend into a universal rhythm of sadness that can affect societies in very significant ways.

Loneliness is a call to action that requires recognition and determination. It is remedied through laughs, time together, and emotional expressions. Loneliness is a call to be aware of relationships and needs. It is useful, and it is fixable.

Note: This information has been spiritually received.

Causes of antisemitism


Antisemitism has been around a long time and I want to know why. I’m asking Spirit for an explanation, and here it comes:

Antisemitism is connected to lack of order. The nature of people includes desire for order. All people crave structure and patterns, even people who think they don’t.

The nature of the Jewish religion is structure. It is a religion that builds on structure, and more structure. The people who live within its rules and regulations become intertwined with the rules, and they strengthen through its order-giving vitality. The rules bond and envelop so that the ancestors bind with the living generation, and traditions live in each current phase of Jewish existence. Judaism is a religion that structures itself into a way of excluding others who are less structured.

The demands of this rigorous religion baffle people of other religions whose living is less structured or has rules that question the Jewish nature of being. This bafflement can be shifted into disdain or hatred when desires for power or status are present.  The transformation from a neutral position (bafflement) to a negative position (disdain or hatred) is filled with moments of grievances that arise from real or invented offenses. The grievances are attributed to the Jewish religion, and they become synonymous with Judaism. The breadth of negative feelings towards Jewish people is influenced by local events and superstitions.

When power and status are desired by leaders, they rely on weakness of others to give them position. When power and status are desired by individual people, they sometimes turn to weakness of others or fear of others to propel their actions. This process of acquiring power and status can cause antisemitic indoctrination by those who see antisemitism as a tool to succeed.

Jewish people who strive for power and status will often use their natural connections to push their advancement. Their actions are natural for their perspective as intertwined brethren. Other people who see this Jewish connectivity do not understand it, and additional grievances can be developed.

Antisemitism exists in societies that are not connected to one another, and it is an amorphous growth. Pockets of hatred or dislike foment when societies are experiencing change and disruptions. The widening of the hatred and dislike occur when societies erupt in confusion and ineptitude.

Throughout history in societies where Jewish people have lived, the other peoples who have experienced confusion, disruptions and troubles from power seekers, want order and structure, and they turn to the Jewish people to foot their troubles. Sometimes their approach towards the Jews is positive and sometimes it is destructive.

Destructive viewing of Jewish people is a sign of dissatisfaction with ones’ own way of being. Satisfaction with oneself would lead to acceptance of Jewish people and of others who are different.

This answer is not complete (and it was a bit hard for me to work out), but it is worth pondering. It doesn’t address antisemitism in places of extreme assimilation, but perhaps it does indirectly. If anyone wants me to ask more about antisemitism, let me know your questions.

Unmistakably positive quirkiness


People are positively quirky!

Each person develops an individual way of fathoming the world and of relating to others. No two people are the same, even if they look alike or they like similar things. The quirkiness lies in the depths of the personality and in the soul. No two souls are the same, and the differences manifest in words and actions.

Quirkiness is the word to describe people. The funny faces, unconventional comments, artistic individuality, musical expressions, unusual habits, and movements when unobserved are typical quirky people actions.

Quirkiness celebrates the reality of people. People are naturally quirky and that’s a positive reality of people!

Deficit disorders


The known deficit disorders are ADD and ADHD. They are prevalent in societies that are too structured. These invented disorders reflect their societies’ reliance on conformity and subservience.

When a diagnosis of ADD or ADHD is made, the authority person (doctor, therapist, or counselor) is reflecting society’s notion of proper behavior. The needs of the diagnosed person are unimportant. Even words of sympathy by these “authorities” are meaningless, because if they cared about the welfare of the diagnosed people, they would not deliver the harsh and harmful pronouncement of a deficit disorder.

ADD and ADHD are symptoms of a society that has turned away from nature. Expecting uniformity in attention capabilities shows misguidance about humans. The “experts” are leading towards behavior that is false and destructive.

Deficit disorders are deficits in societies, not in individual people. Invented afflictions are valueless. ADD and ADHD deserve to be abandoned.

Notes: This information has been spiritually received.

For an understanding of the causes and treatments for the inability to focus, read the blog post “Attention deficit: a reason to medicate or a natural way of being”.

For more awareness of focus distractors, read the blog post “ADD subtracts“.

For an understanding of the industries that push ADHD and ADD, read the blog post “People who push ADHD/ADD are…”.


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