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The definition of catalyst is an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action. All that you experience is catalyst for the soul, or, catalyst for the mind/body/spirit complex that you are. Your life experience can be used to provoke or speed up change within your mind complex, body complex, or spirit complex; allowing your soul to know/experience itself.

All catalyst is programmed by an entities higher self (i.e., future self in mid-sixth density) or by the mind/body/spirit complex (i.e., soul) at present. At some point in one’s evolution, when one becomes mentally efficient enough to properly process all, catalyst can be programmed consciously by an entity at will via the will.

The practice of perceiving the catalyst of experience, then observing the one’s emotional state, then discovering the antithesis of these emotions, and then focusing solely on that which would bring one peace, may require much practice; this practice is the practice of a being seeking unity with All-That-Is or All-That-There-Is.

If the catalyst of the experience is properly used, a being will only respond with love; acceptance, appreciation, forgiveness, peace, and joy. If one reacts with negative emotion towards catalyst, then that catalyst is still being used by that being. The goal for a positive being is to eventually be able to remain emotionally unswayed by all experiential catalyst.

The idea is that catalyst that is not properly used by the mind is given to the body so that the mind may become more aware of that which it has yet to use. Therefore, mentally inefficiency of catalyst leads to physical bodily disease, imbalanced bodily addictions, imbalanced bodily desires, and imbalanced bodily impulses.

If catalyst is not paid attention to, the soul may choose to “make it louder” so that it can get its own attention. Therefore, if you seek to change what “life” is giving you, then change how you respond to all experiential catalyst. For those upon the positive spiritual evolutionary path back into the true self, response always with acceptance.

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