by Gary Ferguson
My very life depends on my moment-by-moment prayers and meditation practices. Have you asked yourself how many of us get to experience joy, happiness, excitement, passion, purpose or abundance? I suggest not many; let alone have had these experiences on a daily basis. The adventure you are about to embark on will lead into the realm of where these words, that describe experiences, come from along with the meanings associated with them. Having devoted the last three decades of my life examining “why”, (through rigorous self-examination) I now find that the twilight years of my life are more exciting than all the adventure that got me this far.
Having recently completed A Good Day to Die, I now feel compelled to share with you how I came to believe in what I call my, “spirit truth.” Spirit truth resides in all of us and is invisible to the naked eye. It can only be revealed through doing one’s shadow work or what others would call, mirror work. The primary purpose of this work is to reveal who you really are, when no one is looking. Just as one cannot see the back of their head without a mirror, we cannot see our authentic self without striping away the layers of false identities that create the masks of our inauthenticity.
Our self-importance is food to our ego in order to survive. This information is filtered thru our sixth senses by our internal gatekeeper. How our internal gatekeeper came into being and how he or she influences our life will be explained as we go step-by-step into “How It Works”.
A Good Day to Die was the awakening state of my consciousness. Kind of like the caterpillar who one day, for no apparent reason, weaves a cocoon and enters the chrysalis stage of life. During this phase, a transformation takes place at a cellular level until one day the butterfly emerges and takes flight.
A similar transformation takes place while experiencing the “The Genius of Change”. You will be given access to your personal road map that will lead you out of your mind bubble into your source energy which resides in the heart. The results are way more than an extraordinary life, but rather they result in a life well lived.
Throughout my early years of life, and my self-importance, the epitaph on my gravestone (in my dream state) simply read, “He made no significant contribution, other than to survive.” Over the past 32 years that has changed. Today, it simply reads, “He made a difference”
Spirit truth is not for the faint hearted and only enhances the quality of one’s life. Keep in mind there are only two kinds of people in this world, those who say I Can and those who say I Can’t either way, they’re both right. The events that occur in our lives are the outward projections of what’s lurking in our subconscious mind. That includes our thoughts, feelings, perceptions and beliefs. We are who we think, feel and believe we are – that’s it in a nutshell.
Thoughts become things. Can it be that simple? Today’s mainstream science says that’s the ways it works.
If that’s so, can we intentionally put our thoughts, feelings, perceptions and beliefs into our subconscious mind to create our future? The answer is yes; it’s called manifesting.
Whoever you think you are as person and however you think the world operates will be reflected back to you in the events that unfold in your life. Manifesting is simply utilizing the creative force of the subconscious mind to direct your heart’s desire into the field.
Anything is possible and the only limitation is what you can’t imagine. It’s like applying a powerful subconscious healing technique to the field. It can be applied to anything – sports, technical skills, physical abilities, relationships, finances, health etc.
Roadblocks, to manifesting, show up as resistance in the form of subconscious emotional charges that you carry in your cellular memory. These electrical charges are either positive or negative. Science estimates as much as 92% of these charges are negatively charged. It’s no wonder the world is spinning out of whack? You’ll need to use subconscious healing and reprogramming techniques outlined in the upcoming book “The Genius of Change” to balance your energetic energy-body field.
If you would rather thrive, than survive, in the world that you are creating through your consciousness, then perhaps your time has come.
Let’s assume we have a few things in common (not in any particular order) before moving forward.
- We all exist in human form.
- We all have a mind.
- We all want to be acknowledged.
- We all want two make a difference.
- We all want to experience being part of something outside of our self.
Let’s say, we all runaround on this planet we call earth in what we call our “human mind bubble”. On the outer layer of the bubble is the conscious mind; a very important and influential part of our existence. It’s our awakened state-of-mind where we spend the majority of our waking hours. It’s the home of our cognitive and rational thinking process and our ability to organize and categorize information. Much of our society is steeped in the conscious mind, including science and modern medicine.
The conscious mind is aware of what it perceives by constructing our reality from the information gathered through our six senses. It gathers and supports this information, then communicates its findings to the divine through the subconscious. It thinks deductively while making choices and judgments. Then, it reviews this information and draws conclusions. It makes generalizations, then likes to analyze and categorize all this information while requesting more information from the subconscious mind. The conscious mind is an incredible “thinking machine” processing billions of bits of information in order to survive. Thinking isn’t something you do, thinking is something that happens to you.
Many of these thoughts are unfocused noise and mind bubble chatter that can range from mildly annoying to downright debilitating. There are thousands of self-help books out there that encourage us to train ourselves to think positively. However, due to the sheer volume of thoughts, we have no control of the human mind. Recognizing the mental chatter and the effect it has on your life is the first step in learning to dissipate its power.
If the chatter is excessively noisy there is likely a strong underlying emotional charge generating from the subconscious mind.
Underlying the conscious mind of the human mind bubble is the subconscious mind. By definition, we are not normally aware of this aspect of our being because we are busy going about our day deeply engrossed in the conscious mind. The subconscious mind lies quietly beneath the surface and is the home of the nonphysical realms of the human experience. Some aspects include our dreams, emotions, ideas and imagination. The subconscious mind operates the physical body and has a direct connection with the divine. The subconscious mind remembers everything while storing our emotions in the physical body, maintains genealogical instincts, creates and maintains repeating patterns, uses metaphor imagery and symbols.
The subconscious takes direction from the conscious mind, accepts information literally and personally and does not process negative commands.
In addition to those features listed above, the subconscious mind also holds our perceptions subconsciously of who we think we are and how we think the world operates. In other words, whoever we think we are, and however we think the world operates, quietly lives under the conscious mind in the subconscious. Our perceptions may be wonderful or painful regardless of which the subconscious mind does not evaluate or judge these perceptions, it simply accepts them as truth. Furthermore, the job of the subconscious mind is to play these perceptions out in the circumstances of our lives.
Creating our perceptions is what the subconscious mind is designed to do. Whoever you think you are and however you think the world operates will be reflected back to you in the events of your life. The subconscious mind is a continuously creative machine, and the conscious mind bubble is limited in its scope. This puts us all in a very vulnerable situation; if every subconscious perception we experienced were to be acted out in our daily lives we would be living nothing but the chaos theory in motion. Therefore, somewhere in the wisdom of creating the human experience the gatekeeper, of the human mind bubble, was established to prevent us all from going absolutely nuts. The gatekeeper of the human mind bubble is an invisible protective barrier living somewhere between the conscious and subconscious mind. Its only function is to constantly evaluate perceptions that are projected in our direction in thoughts, words or actions. As perceptions come our way the gatekeeper will judge them as yes or no. Yes, means the projection is in vibrational harmony with what lives in the subconscious mind, while no means the projected perception is not in vibrational harmony with what’s in our subconscious mind. When a “yes” perception arrives, the gatekeeper will open up and allow the perceptions in thereby allowing the existing perception to grow. When a “no” perception shows up, the gatekeeper will remain closed rejecting the perception as an untruth. The incredibly strange part of the gatekeeper is that it appears to be fully established by the time we are about four years old.
Just imagine if we lived in a world governed by a four-year-old children. Based on these results, we would produce on a global consciousness. I rest my case.
What’s your gatekeeper thinking – right now? Yes or No?
Tune in next week.