Do You listen to yourself? Why listen to mental chatter, inspirations and reasoning: Listening – Part 2

gentle voice of intuition

We generally don’t listen to ourselves! Sometimes we speak before we think. We can go over and over in the same thoughts of worry, guilt, self-pity and fear or criticizing and complaining establishing negative, habitual patterns. We are creating a world of suffering for ourselves without realizing it. Listening to ourselves is a big step towards owning and honoring our power to create our own reality – a happy one!

Our conscious self is the controller of our life!

You’ve created this very moment for yourself! That’s how powerful You are.

Through your creative power as a soul you create your reality. Yet, most of us are unconscious of this! We live conditioned lives to fit into the demands of human civilization and society, with our ego in control.

Through the energy you generate in your thinking, your emotions and, of course, your behaviors you shape your life. But unknowingly, we let the ego shape our reality, which can be painful because of the negative energy that grows and circles there.

How do we know the difference?

Our reality starts in our thinking. We currently function on three base levels of mind: the self-conscious; the sub-conscious ego; and the Superconscious, Higher Self. And, it pays to listen to all three levels:

Subconscious
We like to think we are conscious during our waking hours. And, we are… sometimes. But because we are human and busy…., we can get lazy, confused and jump in the energy of the subconscious ego; into conditioning, desire, and impulse. It has no reasoning power, and is very fertile ground, so when a thought or suggestion enters it can grow unnoticed! 

We live in the past, rethinking it over and over – what happened and how we may have done it differently. We experience guilt, depression, loneliness. We live in the future, constantly worrying about what we are going to do next, and experience impatience, anxiety, fear.

We are so used to the mental voice of the subconscious ego that it sounds normal to us. But, there are hints; our emotions can lead us back to the reason and the level of mind they originated. The ego is impatient and demanding. So if we feel jittery, hurried, pushed, impulsive, or confused then our thoughts are coming from the ego. The ego is also self-centered. So if we feel tired, jealous, guilty, lonely, left out, in any way take things personal then our thoughts are coming from the ego.  

Conscious 
The conscious self is the listener, the observer, the discriminator. It can listen to reason, to the ego and to the Higher Self and discriminate between them. Plus, it is the gate-keeper to the subconscious and can control what goes into the subconscious to grow. So your consciousness is your great asset!  

When we are conscious, we are observant, aware, rational. We don’t assume and are willing to learn; curious. We question things and our self, analyze and can discipline to not take things personal which can blur our judgment! The inner voice is self-conscious of our being; aware of our will-power and individual power to discriminate and choose. So if we feel sincere, honest, true, have a sense of wonder or a sense of humor then our thoughts are coming from the self-conscious. We are conscious of love, the feeling of inclusive, unconditional love, of caring, consideration and goodwill.

Superconscious
Your Higher Self speaks to you through intuition, inspiration and even instinct. Our Higher Self does not urge us to do anything. Nor does it impose – we have to be quiet within to consciously listen to that still voice. If not we can miss it! When we feel calm and collected, peaceful then the inner voice comes from our Superconscious. 

Our Higher Self can help us. And, it pays to listen because it is connected to Universal Mind, the all-knowing Cosmic Mind. The guidance is always wise and true, leading to positive effects.

We can develop our intuition through practice of being in the moment and asking for guidance. Expect an answer with a tender heart of gratitude, unconditional Love. Listen. Sometimes the answer comes immediately, sometimes at the most unusual times; time and space in the high mental planes do not exist as it does on the conscious level. 

Conscious Discrimination

If we are not conscious of our Higher Self or our voice of intuition, we are still in the flow of positive energy through our conscious discrimination, self-analysis and reasoning. You can ask FourSquare questions of yourself like: Is this feeling enthusiastic? Is this reasoning logical or impulsive, superstitious? Does it feel true, honest and sincere? Am I coming from a place of love or fear?  You are examining your emotions which empower your thoughts to physically manifest in your reality! 

Why Listen

It’s simple! Our reality is shaped by our mind and emotions, so we should be conscious of what we are thinking and our emotional motivations and intents. 

Listen to yourself. Be the watcher of the thinker, mindful in the moment. The more we are conscious, the more we can learn and work to refine our conscious energy and power of creativity, gradually raising our consciousness to Superconsciousness.

In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB


“The more one listens to Intuition, the more is Intuition developed, and the surer and wiser become all our actions. Thus human beings, in developing within themselves that Divine Ray of Intuition, will manifest Wisdom, will become six-pointed stars, stars of wisdom, and will bring about the Dawn of the New Day, the Day of Peace, of Harmony and Power.”

Eugene Fersen, Science of Being, page 200.

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2 Responses to Do You listen to yourself? Why listen to mental chatter, inspirations and reasoning: Listening – Part 2

  1. Thank You for you inspiration! It helps to know that others have some understanding how our mind works and are working on it too!

    The subconscious is a paradox because it is the storage of our memories yet it causes us to forget and doubt! And, it has powers to gain in strength and influence, but not discriminate. So interesting! The more we shrink the subconscious by letting go of negative traits we raise our mental frequency and harmonize our life, with the help of the Great Law! Thank You again. With Light and Love, PortiaSLB

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you. I may have read this before in other formats, but I finally understood it here. So, my reality has been created by three brush strokes of the mind: subconscious, conscious, and superconscious. Subconsciousness has no reasoning power and can cause havoc with our emotions. That’s how we can learn to manage the little enemy that acts unthinkingly to satisfy a selfish desire in a hurry. The conscious mind discerns and separates the dust from the mud…The superconsciousness is the one that emerged more powerfully after the messes created by the subconscious mode took me to my knees. Thank you for this great post, as usual.

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