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My “Holiday Blogging” Gift To You: Entry #20/Savior Programming
Do you want to save the world? Save others from trauma? hunger? abuse? or any other global issue?
This has to do with “Savior Programming” which I address extensively in this popular article which explains all about the imprinting of the crucifixion.
Of course, there is also the man who was recently thrown out of a dart throwing contest because he looked too much like Jesus-in fact the crowd began chanting “Jesus, Jesus”, upsetting the man. Then, his picture was splashed all over the Internet, further imprinting “Jesus” in the minds of people.
Remember that programming is always built upon something that is already inherent within you, and is multilayered.
If you want to save the world, this means that you want to save your Self.
If you want to save people from hunger, this means that you are hungry for something in your life that you feel you are lacking.
If you want to save others from abuse this means that somewhere in your life you feel abused.
And so on…
“Savior Programming” means that you save others to the detriment of your Self.
Look at the people in the news who try to save their loved ones from the “Devil” –killing in the name of Jesus and God.
Or those who sacrifice themselves so that others can live.
Of course, there are many, many layers of “Savior Programming”.
Whatever you do, you want to do it so that you create a “win/win” situation for all involved, your Self included.
You want to be mentally and emotionally balanced at all times so that ‘Savior Programming” does not gain control over you.
Do you have “Savior Programming”?
Who or what what do you want to save?
What does this mean about YOU?
Do you have control over it or does it have control over you?
Do you give so much to others that you don’t have anything left for you?
Are you doing your basic deprogramming work so that you can create “win/win” situations when it comes to helping others?