Self sabotage


Our words and actions have their origin in our thoughts.

What we think and believe forms our life. 

If we can control and decide our thoughts, we have control 

of our lives.

Before we have a feeling or a reaction, we have a thought, 

even if the thought is so quick that it has not been registered 

by our awareness, it did take place.

Imagine what could manifest itself if we change our thinking, 

because what we think is what we believe.

This approach is used by psychologists who practices cognitive 

behavioral therapy in treating problematic behaviour in their 

patients which arises out of thoughts and beliefs about oneself. 

But when we Catholics confess our sins at the start of every 

Mass, we say: 

"I confess to almighty God, and to you, my brothers and sisters, 

that I have sinned through my own fault, in my thoughts and 

in my words, in what I have done, and in what I have failed to do; 

and I ask blessed Mary, ever virgin, all the angels and saints, and 

you, my brothers and sisters, to pray for me to the Lord our God"

it is in order to eliminate from our minds everything that impedes 

us from living with God, through God and in God.

Because the limits created by our petty and selfish thoughts, 

creates blockages.

Contrary to us, God is without limit, infinite, He is all Powerful; 

He can do all things, but He can only act in us if we let go of ourselves, 

change our way, change our thinking. 

It is we that stands in the way. 

That is why we have to get out of the way.

Humility, simplicity. 





Here in France, like elsewhere,  the psychological assault regarding the 
"vaccine"  is so devious that it makes my skin crawl.

It's understandable that some people gives in to it.
Because it takes courage and real Faith to resist it.

But today something interesting took place.
At the Saturday open market this morning one of the traders spotted the Rosary 
bead in my hand, while I was strolling around praying a decade of the Rosary 
while waiting for my husband to finish his purchases.
The trader, an African man, came out from behind his stall to show me some of 
the beads he was selling, to entice me to buy some, at the same time he asked me 
if I also prayed for other people when I prayed.
We got talking, I told him I was Catholic, he told me he was Muslim.
He told me how the Muslims also honors Jesus "along with all the Prophets" 
going back to Abraham.
The way he said it was "Jesus and all the other prophets". 
He told me that the Muslims also pray to the Virgin Mary.
This I knew already, but when I said that Mary is the Mother of Jesus, and also 
Our Mother, he looked a bit bewildered.

He continued about how true faith resides in the heart of people, and there we 
were in agreement. He said what you believe in, in your heart, 
will manifest itself. 

He seemed certainly to be a genuine person, because at that stage he knew 
I wasn't interested in buying anything from him. 
What he meant to say was more or less along the lines of: 
"we are praying to the same God." 
But when I told him that Jesus was not just one of the Prophets, but that Jesus is God, 
he looked amazed, and I told him that the teaching of the Catholic Church is 
precise and codified, he looked puzzled. 
I could tell he had never heard any of those things before, he looked intrigued. 
Because if us who believes in Jesus, who pray to him every day, and do our very best
to follow the commandments and not to sin, to confess our sins when we do, we receive
His Real Body into our bodies in the Sacrament of the Eucharist, 
how can that not manifest itself?   
Going away from him I told him I would pray for him, and he looked happy. 
I had been evangelizing without even knowing it, without having planned it, and what 
was it that started it all? 

The Rosary bead in my hand.
Obviously it is not enough to hold it in our hands, but by praying the Mysteries of the 
Life, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord on it, renders it the most powerful tool of all
for the conversion of souls and for resisting Satan. 


The Spiritual Battle


Not Peace, but a Sword


“Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. 

I have not come to bring 

peace, but a sword.  For I have come to set a man against 

his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-

in-law against her mother-in-law. And a person's 

enemies will be those of his own household."

(Matthew 10, 34-36) 


This is where we are now; things are becoming harder and harder, the 

governments are screwing the screws  tighter and tighter. Relentless fear 

promotion, pressure, coercion, manipulation, bribery, blackmail, trying 

their best to break the spirits of the ones who are "hesitant", (don't want it), 

and using NLP methods and other psychological programming methods, 

they are getting the general public to use the same language when they 

speak to each other as they use in their advertising campaign: 

"did you get the vaccine yet?"


It is insidious, insane, the governments are openly lying and contradicting 

themselves, spreading confusion and mistrust.

We must not be swept into this, we have to stay calm when someone close to 

us suddenly does a u-turn and turns on us, and tell us to get the "vaccine". 


Hold steady, trust that now that world as we knew it is collapsing around us,

hand in hand with the Catholic Church, which is not even trying to cover up 

any more that it is infiltrated by satanists,  God is still in charge!


This had to happen, the old rotten institutions have to crumble. 

We have to be actively involved, fighting, resisting,

not complying, helping each other, spreading information. 

The source we have to draw on is of course Jesus, and by 

Prayer, Mass, The Eucharist, Confession and The Rosary we are equipped 

for battle.