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Simultaneous Inspiration

There are patterns of simultaneous inspiration that occur outside of our ordinary 3D space-time. Most of us have read about the uncanny coincidence of Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell filing for the telephone patent within hours of each other. Bell filed first and he is credited as the sole inventor. This occurrence was very closely inspired and there are multiple stories of inspiration innocently stolen, such as George Harrison’s inadvertent plagiarism of “My Sweet Lord” from the melody “He’s So Fine” by The Chiffons. Considering Harrison’s fame and wealth at the time, there is a consensual agreement that this was most likely an unconscious action on his behalf.

Many times there are similar ideas that arise across vast distances without any shared communication between inventors or artists. Is this merely coincidence or evidence of simultaneous connection within the collective unconscious? Ideas are usually spread through memes, media and word of mouth but sometimes there are mysterious inspirations that seem to pop out of the collective unconscious for those who are ready to receive them. There are always ideas that are just waiting to be born and if one person does not act on the information, someone else always will. You need to move quickly in the aetheric field if you hope to have an impact.

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Vibrational Frequencies

Kathryn Kivana, said in her book Intuition In An Instant that it all boils down to frequency. Frequency is how your mind works on everything, on anything. Once you learn you are connected and consciously (decide to) become connected to the frequencies, virtually anything can be done.

Frequency

“The truth is it all boils down to frequency. Frequency is how your mind works on everything, on anything. Once you learn that you are connected and become connected to the frequencies, virtually anything can be done.” quote by Leroy Bull.

Power of Emotion

We must be careful of our moods, as there is an unbroken connection between feelings and the visible world. Emotion is an often misunderstood property of intention, it needs to be controlled to achieve the ideal effects. When properly channeled we are able to master the ‘ideal’ in our lives.

An inexplicable arrival or departure of a mood can be a sign that those around you are feeling very strong emotions. Subconsciously most people will not feel other’s emotions unless there is something within them that resonates with their feelings. The emotions of other peopel will travel straight through unless there is something inside of you, such as a similar experience, to which the emotion can attach.

Highly sensitive people however can feel the emotions of almost everyone. This can become intrusive and destructive if these people are not aware that is what is happening to them, which is that they are ‘aetherically open.’ This is why we are to pray to our guardians to protect us. Highly sensitive people first need to become aware of what is taking place on a subliminal level to protect themselves from the unwanted emotional energies of other people. Remember that all of this happens at the subconscious level. You can still consciously choose what will affect you just as you can consciously choose to influence the hologram in a different operating mode (mood) of the mind.

At certain times in our lives, such as puberty, menopause, and andropause, we have a huge untapped resource in our bodies. These changes in hormonal energy can be built up and released into the aether to create an impact on the material world. We do this subconsciously all the time. However, we need to take conscious charge, and to pay attention to this energy to direct its aim for what we want in our lives.

Some people have an excess storage of energy and they instantly manifest ‘energy-charged’ lives. Two types come to mind. The first are the drama addicts, whose lives are in constant turmoil. These people actually draw on this turmoil of energy for attention. The other type is those who seem to have a lot of bad luck. Both types are potent manifestors who do not realize the erratic impact they are actually having on their lives. They also do not seem to be aware of how they could use their natural potential to build lives of health and happiness.

There are three stages to master our emotions and direct them consciously.

The first stage is belief. We must believe that our thoughts have an impact, that the laws of intention are real and that we have access to these laws that consist of thought’s cause, thought’s effect and thought’s outcome.

Secondly, we must pay attention. By paying attention to cause and effect in our lives, and others we begin to recognize how our thoughts determine the events in our lives. Note that it can be easier to recognize these patterns in others, than in ourselves.

Thirdly, we are to act on what we know. It must be practiced so we can feel its aetheric ‘flow’ and so that our conscious mind can confirm our supernatural experiences. The supernatural must become a ‘known’ for the new information to transfer to the subconscious. Once the subconscious accepts an idea as real (possible) it then sets out to actualize this belief in the physical world.

Using intention techniques without convincing evidence is useless. It must believed wholly and completely in the conscious mind for your subconscious to carry out the work. And it does – when your ‘belief’ changes to a ‘known’.

The Mystical Juncture

The subconscious can exaggerate every thought that we have. Every bad thought becomes worse but likewise every good thought becomes better.

On days when you are feeling particularly discouraged and down in the dumps, the best way to move out of this state of mind is to simply hang on. ‘Hang on’ is an old adage that means that we are to suspend all action until some time passes.

Whenever anxiety and fear are allowed by your conscious mind to take root in your subconscious mind it, it becomes exactly that ‘rooted.’ When this happens it becomes harder to remove. This is a metaphysical phenomenon of the natural law.

The sooner we can remove the negative thoughts, the quicker the rebound to a happier self. This takes conscious practice, because when life goes awry in any way from financial to relationships, it is in these moments when you show your mettle. It is then that we discover what we are truly made of by how quickly we rise above the anxiety of these moments.

By floating above the cacophony of the moment and believing it will be better tomorrow is what moves us out of the negative zone. If we can just ‘hang on’ for one more day without imagining the worst or wallowing in worry, our trusting attitude will hold back the black hounds of hell until life can readjust. It’s important to keep those negative thoughts outside; we all hear the negative self talk, but keep shutting the door on limiting and destructive thoughts.

Even if there was collateral damage in your physical world, a positive attitude minimizes the damage to your subconscious and your future outcomes. You may not see the effects immediately, especially if your life is in turmoil, but overall your life becomes better over time. This is because you are weeding out negative roots that will make room to grow what it is you truly desire.

Planting an idea, and watering it with your belief internally will sprout reality as matter in the world externally. This planting pops up as opportunities and coincidences. It brings into your life people who will assist you. Doors seem to open exactly when you need them to. This all seems very magical, but all that is happening is that you are cultivating the original intent you planted.

Watching with detachment moves you into the realm of watching with interest in how it will turn out, but with no vested interest that it must. We increase the probability of it occurring, because we are not creating excessive ‘want.’ Excessive want only produces more want. It is a fine balance to create the outcome that you want.

The balance of quantum particle science shows us that our greatest potential is just being discovered. What stands between us and our experiencing this great potential that the universe holds for us – is our belief. Our beliefs are actual measurable quanta of energy that we can charge in very precise ways to affect changes in our life.

As we begin to experiment and use this potential as an application we will feel the impact on our lives, on the lives of others and on the world. It is at this mystical juncture that we glimpse the real purpose of our lives and the responsibility we have as one of those who know the secret of the Spiritual Hologram.

How Our Thoughts Shape Us

Every thought we have ever had, have, or will have affects us on a mental, physical, and spiritual level and as we shall see, our thoughts can affect other people on each of these three planes as well.

As human minds in the ‘collective unconscious’, we are what we think and we are also what others think about us. This is a very complex mixture made up of all the continuous subconscious communication that is constantly changing our concept of ‘self.’ Our idea of our-self changes in accord with new perceptions that we develop, as well as by the impressions that others have of us. Our reputation and character is as much the result of the thoughts we project about ourselves as it is the impressions that others have about us.

At first, it was disturbing to me that other people’s opinions and thoughts of me could actually affect me, let alone change the essence of my character, but first, let us consider the possibility of this reality.

Since we are ‘one’ and connected in the universal mind and we are ‘thoughts’ in this mind, then we exist elsewhere, even if only temporarily, whenever another person thinks of us. In the Spiritual Hologram, a very real interaction is taking place on the other dimensions. There is a subconscious energy exchange taking place that affects the outcome of our lives at every level, because we are spiritual beings within the Spiritual Hologram.

For example, try to recall a time when you were angry with someone and had some negative thoughts about them. The thoughts you have about that person first develop in your aura’s energy field and begin there to manifest its own energy. These thoughts are simultaneously transferred to the energy field of the other person. The impact these thoughts have on the person are directly proportional to the spiritual state of their own aura. In other words, if their mental and spiritual state is as toxic as the thoughts you sent them, then your thoughts would penetrate their aura and remain there. Our auric field forms the character of who we are and it is subconsciously perceptible. Though not everyone is consciously aware of it, this is how we get those first impressions of people and how we know when something is wrong or different about those closest to us. It is our subconscious apparatus detecting information in the spiritual energy field.

We open ourselves up to potential damage from other’s thoughts when our own thoughts are negative and low. This low and heavy vibration then becomes the primary quality of our mental body. Without self-correction; we begin to attract more of the low vibratory thoughts that others have about us. It can become an endless cycle of negativity, blackness and depression.

We can protect ourselves through prayer and with visualizations at the start and end of each day, but it is easier not to dwell on negative thoughts in the first place than it is to try to protect oneself continually. We are recompensed in life according to our thoughts. Our life is the outcome of what we regularly think about, just as our aura’s energy field is a combination of what we think about as well as what others think about us.

We are also attracted to those whose energy fields are similar to our own. It is natural for us to want to get close to people who are like us because of the coherence that our fields create. We have all had that feeling of ‘clicking’ with someone we just met. They agree with us on so many subjects and the conversation has an easy natural flow. It just feels right. We can also recall the opposite situation of being with someone we don’t mesh with. The conversation is strained and stilted or boring and difficult. That uncomfortable feeling is the incompatible energy of our auras being exposed to each other. Literally, we are rubbing each other the wrong way.

These situations and the feelings you associate with these different experiences is the aetheric field operating around you. In each of these situations there is an invisible electromagnetic field around you that is vibrating at various frequencies. The vibrational field reverberates back to your physical body the type of symphony that is playing out in your conversation. On a vibrational scale it can be anything from perfect harmony to a disastrous cacophony. The fields around both your bodies are playing a metaphysical melody that becomes etched on the aether.

To further complicate this symphony of our spoken conversation is the subconscious conversation that is taking place at the same time. Though we may not aware of it, there are two conversations going on all the time in our interactions with others.

For example, if you have ever had that feeling that, people really are thinking ‘you’re full of it’ or ‘would you get to the point already’ they probably are. We are always picking up this information subconsciously and we can learn to read this information consciously.

At the subconscious level we receive approximately four hundred million bits of information per second and at the conscious level we only perceive around two thousand bits per second. Our subconscious analyzes and sorts data at superluminal speeds (speeds much faster than the speed of light). Our subconscious picks up everything in the subtle body of the auric field. It is within our natural ability to hone our sixth sense to detect changes in the field and interpret what the impressions are. Just as we can tell the difference with our eyes closed if we are touching a feather pillow or a wooden bed-frame, our intuitive sense can tell the difference between the ‘sharp dent of anger’ versus the ‘soft curve of contentment’ in the auric field around the other person.

Knowledge of this mystery of mind in conversation actually helps you to sense it. In time you will find that the secondary conversation is what is really leading the consciously expressed one. We all have several chances a day to observe this subliminal phenomenon that happens every time people are talking.

For example, families have their own unique subliminal conversations going on all the time. When we have lived with or known someone for a long time, words aren’t even required for subconscious conversations to take place. Or just imagine your least favorite relative, the one you have to put up with at family functions a couple times of year. Even though that detestable sister or brother-in-law is way across the room, you two are hearing each other loud and clear. We usually establish a mutually required distance with people we are not in resonance with. Contrary to that scene our favorites and our cherished ones are right beside us, like migratory birds. We migrate to each other through a magnetic field of vibrational light, sensing those who are like us. Truly, birds of a feather flock together.

Subconscious and Unconscious

Subconscious and Unconscious are words that can be used interchangeably. However unconscious was coined by Freud to denote that part of the mind we know nothing about that holds our repressed memories and ideas that shape our conscious behavior.

The subconscious used to describe those things we do without conscious attention to, such as riding a bike, driving a car, typing, etc.

“Subconscious or unconscious mind (terms which can be used interchangeably), is the part of our mind, which operates usually below the level of our normal consciousness. Like in the iceberg analogy, the subconscious mind is the vaster and more substantial part of our mind. Out of the 2 Million bits of information which approach us every second, the conscious mind can only register approximately 7 bits, whereas the subconscious mind computes around 140 bits per second. The subconscious mind is in charge of our emotions, which explains why we can feel a certain way without really knowing why – for example waking up grumpy one day and completely happy the next. The subconscious mind also stores memories from any events of our past.”

Our subconscious also controls all of our physiological functions of the body; we don’t regulate our heart rate, breathing, kidney function or digestion with our conscious mind.

Another spin is that we have a conscious mind, an unconscious mind and the subconscious is a buffer between those two. Along with these there is an intra-conscious that connects with the larger field of all knowledge. It has been maintained that we need to believe in this state to connect with it. Most people don’t and therefore never have any contact with this intra-consciousness.

Conscious Living

Conscious living is the term used to describe a way of life for people who are conscious that there is both a material and a spiritual aspect of the self. This knowledge leads one to wholistic health in both mind and body.

From this point of awareness one can achieve an abundant life no matter what their current circumstances. Real joy is in the spirit of living, not in material things.

We know that states of mind influence our attitudes, which shape our experience. Conscious awareness can direct us to the path of internal happiness, which is the ultimate purpose of our lives.

Conscious awareness is a higher form of consciousness because it enables one to know God and to know oneself fully.

With conscious awareness one seeks to know all the workings of God from a wholly conscious point of view rather than from a fragmented view.

One may see more of the truth than others who do not have a fully conscious viewpoint. You become like the one-eyed King in the Land of the Blind.

Life needs to be studied and understood from all our dimensions. We cannot deny the spirit, because it is what directs our physical and mental bodies. Spirit is what truly moves us to achieve anything. In work , in sports, in art and especially in love, it is the spirit of God in oneself that is unfolding.

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