You probably know the old wive’s tale that if you hang garlic around a baby’s neck, that vampires, or illness, or whatever kind of evil, won’t bother it?
It feels like much of the time, we’re still holding on to a lot of old superstitions and misbeliefs, today.
The 60s and 70s were times of great expansion for the new age movement, but much of what was touted as real during those decades, was over simplified, or just plain wrong. A lot of it was just plain superstition, created by people where were coming out of the 50s into a more free era, and needed something to hold on to.
If you’re still reading or following folks who were popular in the 60s, 70s and so forth, you might check those belief systems, and see if that’s what you really think, now. We’ve been evolving pretty fast.
There are lots of new voices, and new ways of thinking that are well beyond Law of Attraction, the Secret and so forth. There are lots of new ways of thinking that aren’t fear based, or based on a need for protection from evils spirits.
Take a look at what you’re reading and following, and just seek the fear: of there’s fear there, of doing it wrong, of being in lack, of succumbing to mysterious forces… you might want to let that belief system go.
We’re in a different place now. The old rules, the archaic superstitions of the early new age, useful as they were for that time… they no longer apply.
We’ve moved beyond.
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