Turn your life around and find the deeper purpose of mindfulness

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Through  millennia we have  come to believe our mind and brain are the most important part of ourselves. Our intellect and our technological progress. But in the dark recesses of our mind we also think there’s something wrong with us. The subconscious ego dominates our thinking and keeps us habitually circling in the same patterns of confusion. We become trapped in our head. This is one of the reasons so many of us are practicing Silence and mindfulness – to help free us from the ego’s grip. Yet there is a deeper, more filling purpose to mindfulness that can turn our life around.

In our head

In the Silence of mindfulness we are still centering our mental energies in our head and brain, developing our mental awareness and receptivity. However, we are also opening to our Higher Self, Superconsciousness and intuition, mentally raising above the subconscious. We are becoming conscious of a vaster realm of awareness, developing the pineal (7th chakra) and pituitary (6th chakra) glands. Connecting with the awareness of our soul.

In mindfulness

In mindfulness and Silence we are also becoming more conscious of the tenderness of our heart. The calm, gentle feeling that brings a sense of peace. We are mentally opening to the deep emotions and wisdom of our heart. That tender spot that feels love for our spouse, our children, family and friends. That spot that holds us together in times of troubles and crises. That spot of Divine Love, compassion and unconditional love.

In our Scared Center

New research shows that the heart also contains brain cells. With the heart being the Seat  of Love and Center of Attraction it is the spot of spiritual awareness; your most scared center and chamber of the Eternal. A spiritual consciousness. 

Deeper purpose of mindfulness

This knowledge alone can change the way you think about your heart center and the 4th chakra. This can change the way you think about your mind, brain, 6th and 7th chakras. For the pineal and the pituitary (6th chakra) are parts of the brain that receives impressions from the heart.

The deeper purpose of mindfulness is to become conscious of the wisdom, the harmony of your heart. To become conscious of the reflection of the heart in your mind. In the 6th and 7th chakras. The pituitary and pineal.

The way the subconscious creates our life

In the human mental state  we live dominated by the subconscious ego with fear and doubt. We live in that part of the mind that believes in the Law of Polarity as the Law of Duality in which everything comes in opposite pairs. Something great happens, but there is also something bad. And, in the Law of Rhythm in which we may experience great progress, but then we swing back down to almost where we started. 

Living a conscious heart

Yet, when you live a conscious heart, you are mindful, in the moment you are conscious of your ability to create from your heart and love. Creating from the scared chamber of your heart means you are creating with your genders balanced. Mind and Love are balanced and in harmony.

From your heart,  you are conscious of choosing to create your reality in the action of the Law of Cause and Effect, of karma with the harmony of your soul. The Law of Polarity and Law of Rhythm is the same as the Law of Unity or Harmony. When we experience something great we experience something good too. We continue to evolve in to greater freedom, strength and happiness. 

That can turn you around. Completely. Change the way you see yourself, others and the world. Change the way you respond to challenges. Change the way you create your life.

In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB

How to live a conscious heart?: Living a Conscious Heart


“You may ask, but is not the mind in the brain? No, the brain is merely a switchboard for certain mental processes. It may seem stronger because the qualities are more concentrated. Nevertheless, the whole of our body has mind and soul interwoven in it.”

Eugene Fersen, The Teacher, Volume 1, page 55.

 

 

 

 

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