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Evolution of consciousness II

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Hello

The concept of evolving ones consciousness in an intentional, distinct, and proactive method is what therapy offers from my perspective.

And doing this process can shift your spiritual consciousness to perceive the balance of spirit, mind, and body brings about the highest degree of health, prosperity and love.

The multi-level shift in consciousness allows for you to align your actions, behaviors and statements to your inner and uncensored values.

As you become aware of your feelings, your paradigms, your values and your actions you may have the opportunity to evolve your consciousness, shift your perceptions and your actions, so that in essence you are living in a completely different world.  The issue of awareness is subtle and profound.  It is not simply awareness on a sensory level but also cognitively and mindfully.

Our consciousness is our awareness on a physical wakefulness arena as well as our multilevel understanding of time and space the concept of dimensions.  Individuals who are able to have a consciousness of information or events in a time prior to them occurring are living in a dimension that includes time on a continuum; 4th, 5th or 6th dimensional awareness is another type of consciousness.

Alignment means acting or speaking in ways that portray your spiritual, moral, and perceptual values.  Sometimes called core values.

So when you are developing your mindfulness, and applying this to your actions, thinkings, and perceptions you are actually shifting your consciousness.  You are changing your perceptual world both subjectively and objectively, as well as changing how you interact with your environment and the people with whom you relate.

This is an evolution of consciousness that takes the form of a spiral inner and then outer.  First you observe a shift, then you internalize this observation, and then instantaneously you feel an internal shift that guides your outer movements and behavior.

Visualization and mindful meditation are effective tools to elucidate your core values.  These also are excellent tools to begin to create new patterns in how you relate in the world.

A visualization is a type of meditation that incorporates an inner picture of what you are either trying to shift or to create.  You begin the visualization process by going into a light meditative and peaceful state.

Using your breath you can consciously calm and balance your conscious awareness and being. Remember when you begin a meditation you want to make your inhalations shorter than your exhalations. Breathing in for a count of five and then breathing our for a count of seven is a good start.  The visualization part is what you see on the inner plane; what you put your attention to in a visual way; like seeing a beach or a special scene of some sort.

To use a visualization to shift your perspective you may use the internal feeling you get from viewing a picture of someone with whom you have a supportive, compassionate, forgiving and loving relationship to shift your experience of another negative, difficult person or  situation.

Firs, gaze upon the face of the one with whom you have the positive internal feelings, and sensory awareness.  Once, you are firmly experiencing this individual’s love and kindness you can replace the image with the problem person or situation.  The loving feeling or sensory experience from the first person can elicit a feeling of compassion, lovingkindness or forgiveness in you so that you can see the other from a different perspective.  The will allow you to have a shift in our consciousness of that person so that you can more effectively and less harmfully (personally) deal with that person or situation.

Another nice way to use visualization is to picture the shift in the person or situation; for example if you are feeling unheard by another you can go into a meditative state and picture the other person listening to you.  This helps to clear the negative imbalance around the event.  If you are feeling lost you can use the visualization to experience finding your way.

This turning the problem upside down offers a paradigm shift and the viewing of the change offers a change within your sensory experience and consciousness.

Visualization and mindful meditation offer effective strategies for shifting your awareness and evolving your consciousness.

These are intentional, distinct, and proactive method self-directed methods for releasing trauma,  shifting paradigms, and smoothing out habitual reactions.  is what therapy offers from my perspective.  These processes can shift your spiritual consciousness and increase sense of oneness and connection to others and our environment in a positive, way.

This shift in consciousness allows for you to align your actions, behaviors and statements to your inner core values;  shifting your perceptions and your actions, so that in essence you are living in a completely different world.

See you tomorrow.

Beth

Author: instinctivehealthparenting4u

Author, Integrative medicine practitioner, psychotherapist. Albuquerque, NM practice, focus on return to balance and the integration of spirit, mind, and body through meditation and mindfulness. Monthly trainings, & professional and personal development coaching. Find more on my website www.bethgineris.com. Read my books, Turning NO to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness, Turning ME to WE: The Art of Partnering with Mindfulness (amazon.com, kdp.amazon.com) for increased internal wellness and alignment with your spiritual purpose, and to activate joyous relationships.in love and light, bg

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