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Do This If You Are Scared Of 5D Ascension

y observing the behavior of several people over the course of weeks, Lee found that when they were evaluated all the same way, art therapy showed an improvement in their cognitive health.


The closer you get to 5D ascension, the more you realize spirituality may be a hoax.

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Spirituality as practiced by the masses is not an actual hoax, but certain people find ways to manipulate your tendency to find answers to questions bigger than yourself.
Huge questions like could there be a fifth dimension? What is new earth ascension?

Can you imagine moving in a direction other than up down, back forth, height, width, or length?
That is something you should ask a scientist because you need mathematics to understand that a place can be a place, but not a place right here.

It's not like you are going to leave Earth and go to another dimension.
The reality is that it is a process of you being right here, right now. It's something you should practice because you will ascend eventually and whether you like it or not.

It's something you always wanted, but it is hard to find balance.

You feel miserable when you waste your day. You get up in the morning acting like you are about to do something, but you do not do a single thing.
Your lazy tail sleeps in and scrolls though social media every day. You keep cycling through all the mobile apps, hoping to find something that suits your fancy.

You attempt to do A (as in one) productive thing, but that one thing has swiped all your energy and your joy.
So, as a result, you have found yourself two steps back, when you never even took a step forward.

Now that summer has begun, you found the free time you were begging for all winter. You literally have entirely full days that you could effortlessly seize, but there is a conflict.
You are having an internal fight between wanting to get up or remain laying down. A fight between what you want to do, and what you should do.

When you decide to stay still, you find boredom there too. Social media is a temporary fix, but it gets a little repetitive when you look too closely at these peoples' crooked faces.
Also, those people are sick: both literally and figuratively.

If they do not have a mental issue, they are just plainly lying about the money in their bank. They are lying about where they came from, and where they are going.
So, you keep lying to yourself, too. It is odd to think of yourself as a self-saboteur, but take into account that you have always been the social butterfly with all the friends.

You have the most trouble finding the right friend group. Other than the few odd people, they barely have time to create something solid as the tectonic plates below you.
It is not you, they just have their own busy lives? It just hurts to feel like a convenient option when they finally remember your existence.

What about your hobbies? It is like you have to be America’s Next Top hobbyist just to engage in a like-minded conversation.
People keep getting competitive with you, when you are literally just vibin’. It is one of the reasons why you keep your vibes and hobbies to yourself.

Imagine yourself growing up as the biggest nerd in history only to find out that you are a true fan by today’s measures.
Everything is such a sensation and no one really has true interest besides what is ‘sexy’ at the time.

You find it hard to let people know you resonate with them without starting an argument.

So, as a result, you feel like a robot most of the time because your emotions are all jumbled up like an extension cord in your junk drawer.
You can feel the happiest you have been felt, but for some reason, it is hard to show it on the outside.

It never bubbles up to the surface.

You tend to be more expressive around people you know, so maybe it just a touch of social anxiety or depression hitting you.
You also feel very uncomfortable because you feel like you cannot talk to anyone these days who have similar experiences.

You talk to your parents and all you feel is tension that you could cut with a butter knife to the point that you do not know what to do.
When you are sitting in front of somebody like that, you literally cannot think properly. It is like you are watching Charlie Brown answer a question in school.

When you having an experience like that you also cannot hear anything properly either. You just end up nodding and looking lost.

Of course, they notice how weird you are being and it starts a chain reaction of why are you acting like that?
You feel like you are running a marathon with a broken leg. When will this all resolve?

You keep hearing that everyone is suffering these days. Why aren’t you also allowed to express yourself then?
You are not lying about your feelings. You are not simply being melodramatic either. You are not making something out of nothing.

You can spell it out in plain English, all of your issues, but you still will not be heard.

You are not the only person with these trust issues, but why don't you trust anyone?
Even people who have been a part of your life for years, and they have never given you a reason to not trust them.

You put on a smile at work every day. You treat everyone with respect and courtesy despite how much you want to scream and cry inside.

The light at the end of the tunnel is that you have tools at your disposal. Simple free tools that anyone can use.

Fun exciting tools that can cure boredom and connect you with the deepest most stable parts of yourself.

Rachel Lee, author of the article called, Art Therapy for the Prevention of Cognitive Decline, defines art therapy that can enhance cognitive performance while treating older adults.
By observing the behavior of several people over the course of weeks, Lee found that when they were evaluated all the same way, art therapy showed an improvement in their cognitive health.

Studies like these also show the importance that more information needs to be gathered because if it can prevent and treat an illness like, dementia, then it may be applicable to other parts of your life (Lee et al., 2019).
Suzanne Haeyen, author of Art Therapy and Emotion Regulation Problems Theory and Workbook says that the purpose of art therapy is for,

“Finding work methods and for acknowledging and understanding processes that take place in and around the personal space” (Haeyen, 2018).

Humans have very territorial instincts, so it’s natural for you to take command of your own space first.
Where does your personal space begin? Well, it begins inside and then extends immediately outside of your body.

Today I am suggesting that you focus on cleaning up your insides, so you can shine bright on the outside.
Don’t forget from social studies that where there is territory, there is conflict.

So, if at the core your being is your territorial nature, the core of your being also represents conflict.
Haeyen says that there are layers to your internal personal space. The most important is your internal private domain.

So, what should you expect from various art therapy activities? At the end of the day, it’s a medical treatment.

Everyone’s body is different, so you need to ask a doctor for real side effects and all of that.
According to Haeyen, she says that during art therapy patients can expect to,

“Experiencing the self, understanding and appreciating the self and your own actions, recognition of yourself and your experience”.

She continues on to say that

“Your own story is an important object of therapy.

[She] found that when a client experiences that first fundamental step on the way to this goal, this in itself can restore the balance or have a healing effect” (Haeyen, 2018).

She says that,

“When clients make an art work, autonomy issues immediately come up. Making something, particularly something of your own, from within, is an act of autonomy over which you have control.

While you are working on it, you can also be in touch with your inner feelings, your motivation.

This is how art therapy can play an important role in helping clients to regain a certain autonomy and, more in general, in an ego-strengthening treatment process.

In the most extreme sense, art therapy in itself--showing something of yourself or perhaps a figurative representation--can result in alienation from the self.

This can happen when all contact with the self, with the other or with the surroundings is frightening and must be avoided to maintain a sense of self-preservation.

Even abstract, schematic or stereotypical designs can sometimes mean self-preservation or avoidance of contact, and this can serve to reduce anxiety” (Haeyen, 2018).

The easiest way to get touch with your feelings is through your creativity.
You put yourself in a sort of trance when you are creative, so it doesn’t matter if you are good at it or not.

I personally believe this is an aspect of spirituality, too.

When you start breaking down the barriers of logic, rationality, and social constructions, you start to clear space for your higher self.

I was watched a YouTube video today about how evil Obama, Bush, and the Clintons are.
The video went on to call them “Dark Regressive Entities” like they are from some horror story.

I immediately turned it off because I know from my creative work and meditation, that anyone speaking like that has not done their own internal dark regressive work.
If you have ever listened to my show we have learned that darkness represents the unknown.

As for me and my house, there is no inherent evil that resides in the darkness and no inherent good that resides in the light.
That is a lesson only my higher self could tell me because humans are misguided sometimes.

Authors David Gussak and Marcia Rosal put together a handbook of art therapy in 2016.
In it they help doctors figure out how to best treat and prevent threats to mental health.

They explain different forms of art therapy, but today, I wanted to focus on Psychoanalytic Art therapy because it is the foundation of a lot of the modern treatments we use today.
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I also wanted to focus on it because if you are not incorporating art into your daily life, you are missing a huge opportunity to experience 5D ascension.

That’s because its used to uncover communication you don’t verbalize.

There is a huge assumption that you have to make according to Gussak and Rosal: when observing a human’s mental health, you are observing internal conflicts.
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They don’t describe this part of your mind as just as a conflict, but a dynamic battle that that is the culmination of a series of factors.

There are things in your private domain that are forbidden to say out loud.
We know this is true as millions of elderly people slip into memory loss back to their childhood selves.
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Back in the 1950s, Edith Kramer said that art therapy did less with resolving internal conflict, but helped more by assisting you with coping (Gussak, Rosal, & Ohio Library and Information Network, 2015).

Of course, there is no magical pill, but art therapy has a calming effect.

I believe that is how you know it is a great tool of expression and 5D ascension.
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5D ascension is all about moving into higher realms of consciousness, but you can never get there until you do the work.

It's all starts within through constant checking and balancing. This includes your mind and body. Unlock your soul.

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  1. Gussak, D., Rosal, M. L., & Ohio Library and Information Network. (2015). The wiley handbook of art therapy. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118306543
  2. Haeyen, S. (2018). Art therapy and emotion regulation problems: Theory and workbook. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan US. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-96773-8
  3. Lee, R., Wong, J., Lit Shoon, W., Gandhi, M., Lei, F., EH, K., et al. (2019). Art therapy for the prevention of cognitive decline. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 64, 20-25.

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