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Friday, August 15, 2014

A Word on Mind Channels & Thought Patterns ~ SOCT

SOCT Paper 25

A Word on Mind Channels & Thought Patterns ~ SOCT

By Eric W. King

When you hear us here at SOCT talk about the Divine Mind Channel or some times Divine mind Channel(s) we are referencing a specific signal frequency to the human brain. Humans go from channel to channel so to speak in regards to everyday thinking. Channels connect and form complexes or mind constellations. If all human “mind channels” are connected to the Divine Channel then that person is what we call a midway-being.-

Please do not get confused. Humans need to be able to consciously pick what mind channels they wish to stay on. I would rather refer to these multiple human mind channels as “thought patterns”.We can learn to shape our thoughts using a higher and more enlightened mind channel, the Divine Mind Channel. If we let this superior channel help to better shape our thoughts then new and healthy thought patterns can develop.-

True Christians are receiving their information from higher sources. Those beings (angels) which came down and guided the people of God, those crafts (pillars of fire) that guided God’s ancient people, the Divine Message that came down and was given to Moses all prove that Christianity is truly an EXTRATERRESTRIAL RELIGION. We have been challenged by the star beings to rise above fallen human nature into the Next Level. By connecting with the Divine Mind channel you make the decision to proceed into this higher reality.-

~Eric W. King

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    Toxic thinking is a protective strategy that unnecessarily activates the body’s survival response. Though well-meaning, essentially, it’s an ineffective way of dealing with painful feelings, such as not feeling “good enough,” deserving enough” or “having enough” in relation to others, all of which are a natural part of dealing with life or relationship issues, and other stress situations.

  2. Negative thinking can take the form of imagining or expecting that bad things will happen or that nothing good will ever happen for you. You might fret about your health deteriorating, your relationship going downhill, your car breaking down or your career being ruined— even though nothing has actually happened yet.
    You might focus on the lack in your life and believe that nothing will ever get better for you. Stress related to your financial future, the welfare of your children or your partner leaving you fit into this category.
    When the mind casts itself into the future and conjures up scenes and thoughts about what could go wrong or creates ‘what if’ scenarios you have become trapped in these kinds of negative thought patterns.