Blood is a sign of both life and death. The ailing covet its injection while the dying abhor its spilling. It’s blood, bone, and flesh that unites us as humans, but that same blood connects us even more with siblings and children. Even the married become spiritually joined when their blood mixes and resides in their offspring.

The loss of virginity is revealed in the spilling of blood, and male sexual arousal results in the flooding of blood to his extended organ. Although enveloped in skin, beneath our sexuality is the never ending supply of blood pushing us to create life in the form of children. Blood does not rest—it labors for life. If it is diseased, it will labor for death.

What your body will accept or reject is determined by your blood type. All blood is red when exposed to the open air, but not all blood is the same. That’s why blood matches are critical. Even cancer itself can be eradicated when an exact blood type is transfused into the diseased patient.

Blood is both beautiful and sickening. Our eyes are drawn to it while our conscience tells us to look away. Instinctively we know that blood is life, and without the ceaseless pumping of our very hearts, our life would end. Every bit of us, from our brain to our feet, is dependent upon the influx of life-giving blood.

New Blood Brings New Life

This is why blood is the ultimate symbol of death and life. What’s in your blood is truly what’s in you. At a spiritual level, dirty, diseased blood creates a life that mirrors your internal plague. A diseased life manifests itself in all areas whether relational, psychological, physical, vocational, or financial.

What is pumping through your very heart—the power center of your inner man or woman—is what determines your life experience. What flows through your psychological bloodstream is what creates the actual circumstances of your life.

However, new blood can also transform your circumstances. Just as someone whose life is saved by a blood transfusion, so also the “new blood” of a changed mind can begin to reverse the curse in your own life as the new outlook purifies your filthy situations.

What Flows Through Your Bloodstream?

Changing our lives comes down to changing what flows through our bloodstream, and that means submitting ourselves to the transformation process. First, you must find a purified matching blood type. Maybe the metalosophy preached by Metal Motivation is the blood sample you’re looking for. In other words, other life systems were not a good match for you. We must all find the life system that suits us.

Second, we must commit ourselves to renewing our thinking in the areas of life that need change. We all have habits of thought for each area of our lives, and in order to transform them, we need new information—and new outlooks—that will serve as the new blood cells for life change.

Third, we should live with the awareness that we are in a transformation process, and therefore, we must protect it. We must guard our minds, hearts, and emotions from the “bacteria” of doubt, pain, and negativity that other people can bring us. We cannot allow the new blood to be contaminated by the diseased living of others.

Lastly, we must surround ourselves with those that can both breathe life into us as well as help monitor our progress. These are the “doctors and nurses” of life transformation that can share the weight of this burden with you. You know who these people are in your own life, and their commitment to your well-being will be based upon your commitment to helping yourself. You won’t be seen as a victim to them. They’ll see you as an inspiration, because they already know you needed to change, and the very fact that you’ve submitted yourself to the blood transfusion is all the motivation they need to help see you through it.

The Breakdown

  • What’s in your “blood” determines your life experience.
  • Changing your life comes down to changing what flows through your bloodstream.
  • Find a match for your spiritual/psychological blood type, i.e. a life system that works for you.
  • Commit yourself to renewing your thinking in the areas of your life that are diseased.
  • Be vigilant to guard your heart and mind during this process from the bacteria that negative people can bring.
  • Surround yourself with people that can breathe life into you.

C. J. Ortiz
C. J. Ortiz

My mission is to help equip people to maximize their resources for a purpose greater than themselves. That's what my own mentors and teachers have done for me, and I'm paying it forward. Life can be merciless, and the world can be a messed up place, so what's needed is a stronger people that can both endure and overcome in life. My motto is, "In whatever you do, don't suck! Metal up!"

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    5 replies to "Plague of Blood: Purifying What Flows Through the Veins of Your Life"

    • Kristina

      This is beautifully written. I love the analogy.

    • Jose Paucar

      From Peru. I visit your page and read your commentaries, thank you for your words man. I need new blood urgent!!!

    • C. J.

      Thank you, Kristina

    • C. J.

      Thank you, my brother

    • Pouyan

      New blood joins this earth …

      Sometimes life pushes you around, I mean geographically. Sometimes you find yourself on the move for a long time. And you lose real contact with your “nurses and doctors”, people who have all love and no disgust for your blood.

      You know “so close no matter how far”, yet it is tough.

      Thanks C.J. Blood brothers in metal and reign of wisdom.

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