We are very capable of recognizing and exercising our mental powers to raise our ordinary rate of vibration, becoming freer and happier. And we don’t have to spend the day in meditation!
Being conscious and aware of what is happening in our thinking is the easiest way to create a freer mind and attract what you want in life. If we recognize we are tempted by anxiety or greed, be brave. We should acknowledge temptations without labeling them ….. energizing them. Egotistic, immature thoughts can hold us in discouraging circles of regret, craving, worry and hate.
Relax physically and mentally, observing the feelings, the sensations, rather than the thoughts as a detached, impersonal observer.
If we get involved in fearful thoughts, analyzing, labeling them, reminiscing and following them we can get caught in those energies and circle there. As a detached observer of the feelings, the feelings will dissipate gradually. You are releasing the mental/emotional energies. And this is what we want when those energies are coarse and dampening.
It happens to us all the time. I will start to feel something that’s just off. And I become aware of it, emotionally. Resentment is a very subtle one! I am very much tempted to go into it, and dwell there, analyzing, questioning, connecting the dots so to speak, then labeling it. Pretty soon I realize I’m circling in those energies, powering more of the same!
That’s when I pause and have some self-respect, taking a deep breath, relaxing and contact Universal Life Energy. The energies start to disperse. I focus on gratitude, sincerely feeling it in my heart and return to sanity. Then I can see and experience all the beauty and love in Life.
There are other simple, yet effective ways: Ways to go beyond ordinary thinking – Companion lesson to Mental Vibrations in Advanced Teachings in Science of Being.
In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB
“What we think, we are. True harmony, true civilization lies in our mind. Every organ in our body would remain harmonious, if it were not for the interference of our mind.”Eugene Fersen, Advanced Lessons in Science of Being, Volume I, page 47.