good day bashar,
you have shared that the effects of 5g could be negated by using the harmonics of the Schumann resonance,
yet you also share that depending on what beliefs you have,
we can also override negative effects.
my question is is there an amount of power needed behind those beliefs to override the negative effects?
and second question is how does power relate to placebo?
it’s almost identical,
the idea is the amount of power necessary is directly proportional to the depth of the belief the strength of the knowing,
many people on your planet at this point in their evolution at this point in their process
may wish to believe that they can override things with their beliefs that are physical,
but most of them actually don’t really believe they can,
and that’s why we often say here’s a physical alternative that makes more sense to your physical mind that would actually represent a path of least resistance to you at this moment in your belief structure.
because even though you may be on your way to being able to negate certain ideas just with a belief,
most of you don’t actually believe you can do that,
and therefore what you do believe in in terms of the physical effects that you’re used to that you’re familiar with can be used to your advantage
by simply treating them as an equal alternative instead of thinking that there’s something less.
the placebo effect proves this point by understanding that as long as you believe that something physical is actually occurring,
then it’s all right for that to happen,
and even though you’re only using your belief in it to make it happen,
it’s a belief that you’re using something physical to do so,
and that’s the paradox.
and that’s why we say sometimes the idea of a physical pattern or a physical approach can be equally as powerful as the idea that you can negate something or change something with just a belief,
so the placebo effect is the perfect balance demonstration between those two ideas,
because you are just using your belief to change something,
but it’s because you’re using a belief in the effect of something you’ve been told is happening physically.