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Quieting the Mind ~ Your Secret Self…

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Remember that the worse case scenario probably won’t come to pass…

Racing thoughts—fast, repetitive thought patterns about a particular topic—are a common feature of anxiety and other mental-health disorders. But they can happen any time you are in an anxious or stressed state, even if you are not experiencing other symptoms.

Racing thoughts may be replays of past events which generated anxiety or sadness for you. They may also be worries about things that could happen in the future. They are strings of thoughts that are blown out of proportion, have a pattern, consume time, and often have no rational conclusion.

They can look like this:

“I always forget what I have to do. I’m so stupid. If I don’t remember everything, I’ll get fired. I don’t know what I’ll do if that happens. I should have taken that job I was offered six months ago. If I lose my job, I won’t have any money. I need to work longer hours to keep this job. That just makes me more depressed. I’m so miserable. What am I going to do?”

When thoughts like these flood your mind, they drain your energy, stop you from living in the present moment, and can create a loop in your brain that feels difficult to escape. They can also make it harder to concentrate and accomplish daily tasks, and impair your memory and sleep.

Having racing thoughts is often disturbing and frightening because it creates a sense of being out of control. But having racing thoughts does not mean you’re out of control or crazy. It does mean that you are anxious and that your stress level is higher than usual.

Here are some ways you can work to calm your mind and stop racing thoughts:

1. Use cognitive distancing.

Our mind usually worries about things it is convinced are true but, most of the time, are actually not true. You can balance your mind’s tendency to predict the worst outcome by coming up with positive alternative scenarios. For instance, your spouse seems distant and is sending out a lot of emails. You decide he must be having an affair. An alternative scenario: He is working extra hard on a project. Analyze what’s most likely to happen. Most of the time, the worst-case scenario your brain comes up with is not the most likely one.

2. Use a mantra.

A mantra is just a simple phrase or word that you repeat to calm your mind. Research has shown that repeating a mantra reduces activity in the part of your brain that is responsible for self-judgment and reflection. This is the part of the brain that spends so much time rehashing the past and worrying about the future. You can use any word, sound, or saying you want. You could try something like, “Om,” “Life is good,” or “Everything is OK.” Repeat your phrase over and over, focusing your thoughts only on your mantra. If your mind wanders, return to your mantra. You can practice this almost anytime, even going around the supermarket or on your commute home from work.

3. Focus on the present.

Returning your focus to the present will help you accept and let go of what you cannot control. It will also help you realize that you can’t change the past, and that the future hasn’t happened yet, so it’s a waste of time to keep thinking about them. (This doesn’t mean that you are unaware of what happened in the past or what is about to happen in the future.) Try taking a deep breath and asking yourself how you are feeling right now.

In the video below Teal Swan breaks down how to stop thinking or stop thought all together? Are you over thinking about negative things or about someone too much? Stopping thought relates to quieting the mind and focusing on a specific subject.

“There is a voice that doesn’t use words…” – Rumi

Read more via : Psychologytoday.com

Read more via : Psychologytoday.com

4. Write things down.

Putting your concerns on paper allows you to return to them later. You don’t have to dismiss them entirely, and you can feel comfortable knowing you will revisit the concern. Also, the act of writing engages your mind and reduces the power of racing thoughts. When thoughts are in your mind, they feel chaotic. Putting them on paper organizes them. Use a notebook or a designated computer document. Once you’ve taken a few minutes to organize your thoughts on paper or onscreen, your mind should be calmer. If you want, set aside a time limit for thinking about them before taking a break and coming back to them later.

5. Breathe.

This shifts the fight-or-flight response of your sympathetic nervous system to the relaxed response of the parasympathetic nervous system. Try counting to 3 as you breathe in and to 5 as you breathe out. Pay attention only to your breathing as you try to slow it down. Your mind will wander, but just bring it back to your breathing. (See more tips on breathing exercises here.)

It takes time to develop new habits. Whichever of these tools you use, it will take regular practice over a long period of time to see results. Unfortunately, many people expect the effects to be immediate and abandon the practice too soon. Instead, be consistent and patient.

Read more via : Psychologytoday.com

…..Thoughts attract thoughts…..

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“Many a Truth is said in Jest,” — William Shakespeare

 

 

Understanding the Sacral Chakra ~ Swadhistana

By: MyTruth

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“The Sacral Chakra encapsulates your sexuality, self esteem, creativity, pleasures and frustrations. It is also known as the Swadhistana or Second Chakra, and in Martial Arts, it is known as the “Hara”. The Swadhistana governs life lessons involving blaming and guilt, sex, power and control; this Chakra is the base for your sense of morality. The Second Chakra is the base of your creativity, manifesting, money and prosperity. Information kept in this Chakra involves your emotions and feelings, and feelings of duality. Your personal magnetism, your patterns of control, and your sociability also emanated from the Swadhistana. An imbalance in the Sacral Chakra may manifest as addiction, intimacy issues, and feeling blue. The Swadhistana color is orange. It is located below the belly button, about 2-3 fingers down. The feeling nature of the 2nd Chakra connects it to the Emotional layer of the aura.The shifting emotions flow through the Second chakra and drift like a soft cloud of rainbow colors within the second layer of the aura, shifting and changing with our emotional nature.” – Read more via http://balance.chakrahealingsounds.com/2nd-chakra/

Swadhistana or Second Chakra ~ in Martial Arts, it is known as the “Hara”

 

The main challenge for the Sacral Chakra is the conditioning of our society. We live in a society where feelings are not valued, where passion and emotional reactions are being frowned upon. We are being taught not to “lose control,” and in the process ….we get disconnected from our bodies, our feelings. As if this was not enough we also experience the wounds of our collective cultural struggles over many sexual issues of our society. On the one hand sexuality is magnified and glorified and on the other hand it is rejected. This results in either blocked or excessive second chakra issues. No wonder we have so many issues with this passion center, the well spring of feelings, enjoyment and sensuality.

Do you love your body? Do you enjoy feeling your body? When was the last time you walked barefoot on the grass and felt the sensation of ground underneath your feet?

Sacral Chakra is also the center of creativity. Passion is the fuel of creative energy. Everything you create, a poem, a drawing or a website originates from the energy of the 2nd chakra. It is also where your fertility originates. After all, conceiving a child is a creative process. A person with an open Swadhistana Chakra is passionate, present in his/her body, sensual, creative and connected to his feelings.

The Sacral Chakra @ a glance:

Sanskrit name:

Element: Water

Color: Orange

Shape: Circle with Crescent

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Releasing Karmic Bonds ~ Forgiveness….

By Truther999

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There is a profound teaching in what Jesus said in Luke 23:34 —  ”Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” Truer words were never spoken. In forgiveness lies the stoppage of the wheel of action, also known as Karma. 

Releasin Karmic Bonds ~ Understandin Forgiveness....

Karma is a basic principle of several Eastern religions that refers to a person’s acts and their ethical or physical consequences. Although there are various schools of thought pertaining to the exact nature of karma, in Sanskrit the word basically means “action” or “deed.”

The law of karma is an ancient principle that teaches that every action has and equal and opposite reaction. In other words, every thought… word or deed is a “cause” that generates an “effect” at some level that we must each play out in this life or the next. It teaches that everything we’ve ever thought said or did, even in a past life, can cause effects in our present, past and or future lives.

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“Forgiveness opens the door to a changed relationship and a new life. Forgiveness isn’t just an altruistic attribute designed to make you feel good about yourself – it’s a truth….quite possibly. It’s the breaking of karmic chains and the key to ascension.”

Learn how to release karmic bonds and live your life in the now. Click here to read this article its entirety> Releasing Karma with Forgiveness.

#Namaste

My Childhood Dream and the Sheep effect….

By Carla B.

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“Courage is not the absence of fear, but the mastery of it” -Victor Hugo

For years of my childhood and even some instances once I became an adult, I’d have a very scary reoccurring dream of a boogey man/scary monster chasing me. In this dream I felt wholeheartedly that if it caught me before I made it back to my bed and put the covers over my head (pretending sleep) if it was able to snatch me up while I was running for my dear soul I would be devoured. Whatever horrible nightmare I could dream up would be my fate….so I ran and ran ….and as far as I can recall it never got me! I always made it back to my bed and put the covers over my head…being very careful to not touch the wall my bed was next to and keeping ever inch of my body under the covers. This I felt was extremely important.

Conquering Fear

Why did I continuously dream this dream almost every night? What does it mean?! Why was I experiencing this? This has been something I’ve pondered for years…. and only recently have I been able to see this for what it truly is. It’s part of the ole game of life. Now hold on, I know this sounds fracked up — but please continue reading, it will make sense in the end.

The great story ~ The Sheep Effect.

The sheep knows the wolf is circling the herd, they know there is a villain out there in the dark, ready to pounce… so they pretend not to look the wolf in the eye and by not doing this they would be safe … but then the fear becomes unbearable and the sheep looks and then bam… all becomes really bad for the sheep. It’s frozen in fear after looking the wolf in the eye and its consequently devoured.

So according to this “Hollywood” theme — if you look at evil, you get knocked out! End of story and yes…it is prevalent in many blockbuster movies and embedded in many myths.

You see the child on the bed with a flashlight and a cover over her head shivering with fear. She hears footsteps and breathing and peaks from under the covers and then bang — the child screams, the mother runs into the room to find a empty bed.

What’s the lesson?

If she had only stayed underneath the cover and not looked at the monster….she would be still alive!

Another example is in the Bible. Genesis 19 tells the story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot, Abraham’s nephew, lived in Sodom with his family. Lot was sitting at the gate of Sodom, when two angels came into town. Lot invited them to stay with his family. The following day, the angels made sure Lot, Edith and his two daughters left before God destroyed the city. As they fled, the angels warned them, “Do not look behind you or you will be swept away.” Edith was lagging behind, looked back and saw the flaming sulfur fall from the sky consuming everything and she became a pillar of salt. 

Same principle. (In my opinion)

The sheep effect tells us not to face our fear. Never look evil in the eye. Keep your head down and you will stay alive.

But — I see now, all that is false.

We must face our fears! Not continuing to run from them. This is paramount for true happiness and inner peace. You can turn around and look the monster/fear in the eye and still stay alive! I’m a true testament to this.

I had to decipher this for myself….it took years and maybe even lifetimes for me. I slowly began to see … past life trauma/karma as well as the many decades of being mind-controlled and brainwashed… from what I had been taught and the trash I’d watched on TV … all this encouraging…edging on this type of fear in my life. Once I grasped this it all opened up and I was slowly healed.

This was my lesson within the ole sheep effect.

Moral of the dream. Never turn your back on fear. Face your fear with love and grace, the results can dramatically change your life!

You are never too old to dream a new dream.

The End.

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“There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create. Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in the fearlessness and open-hearted vision of people who embrace life.”
John Lennon

Letting go of Resentment ~ Spiritual Healing

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The video below is by is by Teal Swan. In this episode, Teal talks about Resentment and how to let go of resentment. Resentment is a state of being in pain as a result of perceiving that you have been treated wrongly, unfairly and unjustly. Resentment usually involves not feeling willing or able to accept someone or something that you reject.

Love, Forgive, Evolve

Teal Swan is an internationally recognized spiritual leader and powerful voice in the field of Metaphysics.  As a renowned author, speaker and social media star, she travels the world teaching self development and spiritual growth.

Screenshot from the video above by Teal Swan

 

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Shanah Tovah ( שנה טובה ) Pray for Peace, Love, Harmony, Oneness…..

By Carla B.

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Shanah tovah (שנה טובה), which means “Good year,” in Hebrew

May the New Year Bring You Hope, Peace & Joy

Love,Peace

All things are One. There is no polarity, no right or wrong, no disharmony, but only identity.
All is One, and that one is love/light, light/love, The One Infinite Creator…

~Ra, humble messenger of the Law of One~

Oneness ~ Law of One

Every single day is an adventure, a journey for the spirit within. Seek your own truth and expand in light and love, love, light. #Namaste

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I remember.... Oneness

Recently I came across an amazing video (see below) that I feel emits truth, love and peace. I wanted to share, so I did. Shalom!

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Love in Hebrew

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Human Solidarity ~ Our only True Resource, our ONE Hope….

By: Love&Light

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 ”When true myth rises into consciousness, that is always its message. You must change your life.” – Ursula K. Le guin

Human Solidarity

 

 Abstract: The purpose of solidarity is to build our movement, and to embody our mutual care and concern for justice. Solidarity works best when we respect each others differing needs and life circumstances, understand that there are many ways of being in solidarity, and co-ordinate our responses. It does not work when we attempt to coerce, shame or inflict guilt upon each other, even subtly. The common life initially rests on the constitutive need for the human beings to be combined to form a community of similar which is also a community of destiny, out of which, as Aristotle wrote it, no man could exist humanly, nor simply to survive. When solidarity requires us to follow our group‘s social moral rules, we usually have non-instrumental reasons to do so as ways of standing in solidarity with others, and this is true even when our rules are not as good as they can be. Solidarity often grounds reasons to follow somewhat defective rules, it also grounds reasons to improve our social moral rules as well in order to bring them more in line with our group‘s ideals or make us more effective at promoting our shared ends, which has lots of limitations to refine oneself and grow. It’s each of our basic needs, duty and the purpose for the art of right living by understanding the natural state of each soul, with compassion, liberty and solidarity within to protect the dignity of our divine life and living as a means for keeping us united as oneness in nature to balance natural health.

The principle of solidarity has its roots in the scriptures. The book of Deuteronomy tells us: Since there will never cease to be some in need on the earth, I therefore command you, “Open your hand to the poor and needy neighbor in your land.” As has already been stated, solidarity is not just about the duties of the rich for the poor, ‘all are responsible for all‘. Both the Interdependence and the responsibility go both ways. It would be a mistake, of course, to focus solely on rich and poor here. ‘All for all’ means what it says. Here lies one aspect of the importance of the principle of solidarity. Intelligence is one of the most divine gift to all human whether he/she is poor or rich which itself a self-responsibility to protect the same by respecting interdependency.The fragmentation of societies and nations has not brought us isolation from the troubles of others. The rise of individualism has not brought us a better class of person. We have been encouraged to think of being ‘fiercely independent’ as being a virtue, and to feel that relying on other people is a weakness. The reality is that we have never been more dependent on more people than we are now in this age of globalization. The virtue of solidarity is quite demanding. Echoing the Golden Rule of the gospels it ‘translates into the willingness to give oneself for the good of one’s neighbor, beyond any individual or particular interest. Mohandas Gandhi recognized this aspect of Jesus’ teaching and applied it to his own situation. As far as he was concerned, Jesus was the first proponent of non-violent resistance. Its value can’t be seen from the cleverness of a theory though. He said, “It shall be proved by persons living it in their lives with utter disregard of the consequences to themselves”. That is true for the importance of solidarity as well, but we have had our example of how effective it is – like Gandhi – from the beginning, from Jesus, himself.

Solidarity is the way in which our diversity becomes our strength, we build our movements and we protect each others lives and rights. Let the give and take be mutual and equal. —  By:  Rashmi Chandran — read more>>> http://www.globaleducationmagazine.com/solidarity-survival-existence/  

First and foremost, human solidarity is founded on mutual respect of each others uniqueness, and a deep sense of appreciation of our common humanity – that we are individuals with intrinsic self-worth, and that we are sisters and brothers within one human family inhabiting planet EARTH, our home and our heritage.

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Former ‘The Peoples Voice’ host, Elizabeth Seninde discusses ‘TOWA’

By TruthinLove

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“We can literally change the frequency of this place in 24 hours by chanting Towa. Towa allows us to manage these vibrations so that the Divine Mother can come meet us in our vibration.” – Elizabeth Seninde

People chanting Towa together to heal Mother Earth

‘Wa’ in ‘Towa’. “Wa (和) is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as “harmony”. It implies a peaceful unity and conformity within a social group, in which members prefer the continuation of a harmonious community over their personal interests.”

'Wa' in 'Towa'. "Wa (和) is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as "harmony".

When used in a sentence its to imply the rest of the sentence is about you. Even in the Japanese character of harmony can we see the shape of the T present, anchoring harmony into the world. #towa

Former The Peoples Voice Health show host, Alchemist and Ugandan Princess, Elizabeth Seninde discusses ‘TOWA‘, and the ascendant energies and frequencies this can bring if enough of us say this with positive intention. Elizabeth Seninde is a health researcher and explores the nature of frequency of the world consciousness and how better to tap into the collective energies to create complete and permanent change in our plane of existence.

Video courtesy of Miles Johnston of the Bases Project

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