How to Heal Emotional and Spiritual Blockages HJ: The only thing keeping you from having what you want — particularly the life, happiness and fulfillment you want — are emotional and spiritual blockages. Emotional states create outcomes. Your emotional state determines what you are capable of doing and becoming. A severely depressed person will constantly be struggling with themselves and hence experience the reflection of that in their lives. Someone happy and motivated will produce the opposite results of the depressed person. High level coaches and high achievers know that at the end of the day, it’s all about state management. One of the most important things for us to learn how to do is emotional processing. Emotional processing is not something that we have to do consciously because it occurs naturally when we focus on growth. Emotional Processing Dissolves The Ego The ego itself is the result of unprocessed energies and emotions. The ego (what is ego?) There are two levels of emotional processing.
AlanWattsLectures Alan Watts - Short Intro 35,901 views 5 months ago This short intro is only for use on my channel. Next lectures will be complete again.I would like to remind that i don't generate (and never will do) money from Alan Watts his lectures and i'm doing this all free. Mr. Watts has inspired me alot and i want to share his lectures to the world. First lecture part: Out Of Your Mind Series - The Nature Of Consciousness "Big bang" part: Out of Your Mind Series - The Nature of Consciousness Vancouver sunrise timelapse: painting jars timelapse: Gurdjieff Internet Guide Transcript of Cosmic Disclosure: Awakening the Pineal Gland Subscribe and get Galactic News Daily Updates: This is a partial, not verbatim transcript.) DW: What is the pineal gland? CG: In the MILAB program, we got injections and sonic treatments focused between my eyes – the location of the pineal gland. They used an metal instrument pointed at our pineal gland and send sonic waves to that location. They said it was to enhance our intuitive part of our IE abilities. DW: Could you feel a sonic vibration in your skull? CG: Yeah, yeah. DW: In the scholarship that I’ve put out in Source Field, there’s a whole chapter on the pineal gland. There are cells inside the pineal gland that are the same cells more or less as in the retina of the eye. CG: Rods and cones? DW: They’re called pinealocytes, but they are the same thing. Pine cones and such iconography show up in all kinds of the world’s religions. Do you think that there are things inside the pineal gland that these rods and cones are seeing? Have you ever heard anything like that? CG: No. CG: No. DW: Wow.
zen habits 20 Albums To Begin A Journey into Jazz This is for you if you want to a journey into listening to jazz more seriously, or if a friend asks you what jazz records they should listen to in order to appreciate it more fully. It's no good people starting to listen to jazz on the margins; it's like giving a ten year old, Tolstoy's 'War & Peace' to read, chances are they will not make it past the first page. There are some jazz fans that can be awfully snooty about the music they love, they almost try to turn it into a club that refuses to let in new members. So we decided to put together a list of the 20 albums to start your collection with. It includes albums like Miles Davis's, Kind of Blue, Bill Evan's, Waltz For Debby and John Coltrane's, Blue Train; all three consistently make the list of the most important jazz albums ever. We've listed them chronologically and we would love to hear what you would add to the list, and maybe even subtract!
How to Meditate What should I do if my legs fall asleep while meditating? This is common for new meditators, and will likely get better over time if you stick with it. As long as feeling comes back to your legs within a few minutes after changing position, don’t worry about it. If it persists or bothers you too much, try a different position, like sitting on a higher cushion, a chair, or lying down. Which kind of meditation is best for someone with anxiety? Most types of meditation will teach you to calm your mind and be more aware of your thoughts and emotions, which will help with anxiety. Can I still meditate if I’m not religious? Absolutely. How can I stop myself from thinking while I meditate? Many of the techniques listed in this article will help you focus your mind on something other than your own thoughts.
How to maintain your root centre – by Rosemary Patten – Singing Dragon Blog Rosemary Patten, author of Japanese Holistic Face Massage and founder of Equinox Rose, a clinic specialising in energy healing, offers tips and meditation exercises to fix your prana from tip to toe by focusing on your root centre. Why is maintaining the root centre important? The root centre brings the flow of energy from crown to root and back from root to crown again. Without this instinctual energy the human race would not be here and we would not be able to understand the link we have with spirit. The root centre has given us the opportunity to progress. How does a balanced root centre make us feel? We make decisions that are intuitiveWe enjoy other’s company without fear at expressing our true feelingsWe respect ourselvesWe feel no envy or no greed for possessionsWe relish other’s successWe can face people without judgementWe can achieveWe can help and inspire othersWe listen to our bodiesWe are aware of our sexuality and are not ashamed of our bodies Meditation 1 Meditation 2