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The Cyst Of Life….Flow!

Posted on: August 1, 2012

A cyst by biological definition is an accumulation of air, fluids or any semi solid material within a specific location. Now the real cause is not the build up but rather the lack of a drainage mechanism of the build up! Now this is an overall general definition and there are many different types of cysts!

Now here is the beauty or analogy to real life! The build up of material causes problems. It causes malfunctioning of other vessels in the body.To rectify this problem, the obstacle(build up) has to be removed for flow to take place. Flow is simply the balance between inlet and outlet! To maintain the flow, one must have an outlet!


When you are blessed, financially,spiritually or even emotionally, you have the sole moral responsibility to keep the flow by giving away! When we accumulate and don’t “give away” we are building a cyst that slows, stops or blocks the natural flow! It is also a depiction of lack of belief in abundance! Givers get and not for the sole purpose of benefit, but to maintain the balance at the inlet, besides it is the greatest feeling ever!

Receive a lot and give a lot! It is life! It is Love!


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