WHEN our mother welcomed us back in the house after a long day outside at play, we knew there was caring and love inside.
There would be a warm meal, soothing bath, a bedtime story. Clean pajamas and sheets were as much mother’s rule as was her unconditional love.
There is a perfect analogy “between the processes of Nature, in the Kosmos, and in the individual,” according to The Secret Doctrine (1:173.) We learn, too, that analogy “is the surest guide to the comprehension of the Occult teachings.”
We are protected by a natural healing force in our bodies, the ever watchful immune system, surely a proof of a natural built-in ‘mother effect.’ There must be hundreds of examples of this built-in restorative force at work.
Cuts and scrapes are healed, harmful microbes are stopped in their tracks, and every day worn out parts all over the body are repaired with fresh new cells. Nature knows how to care for her children, if only we obeyed her few basic rules, and didn’t derail the natural order.
But in these hectic and distracting times find many of us straying from nature’s tried and true ways. With increasing financial and psychological pressures on parents, children’s natural lives can be less than ideal. Maybe some parents have stopped paying attention.
This is shown by an upwelling of separation anxiety in our children, a serious state leading to numerous mental, emotional and physical disorders.
But there are proven ways to recover from the effects of a missing or hurtful parent as will be seen and heard later in this blog in a ground-breaking talk by Clancy D. McKenzie, M.D describing these problems, and revealing an unexpected solution.