Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Thoughts & Emotions & Seeing Reality & B.A.=BritishAtlantis & I.S.I.S. = 56 = M.O.L.P. = ModusOperandiLeopardPredator


Thoughts, 

Emotions 

and 

Seeing Reality

Thoughts and emotions are a huge part of our everyday lives. In fact, our experience of life may be formed as much by thought and feeling as by what is actually happening around us.
For example, one Harvard study found that almost half of the time participants were thinking of something outside of the present moment, and that the tendency of the mind to wander has a strong negative correlation with levels of personal happiness.
While a focused mind is necessary in order to remember, plan, and problem solve, and emotional states such as love and happiness can bring a great deal of joy to our lives, these positive experiences of thought and emotion are often overridden by strong negative emotions and compulsive thinking.
The frequent presence of these difficult thoughts and emotions in our lives raises important questions. What exactly are they? To what extent are they an essential part of us? Do they affect the way we perceive reality? Is there a way to live free of their influence?
Mental illness will touch 1 in 4 people and depression affects 450 million Americans © Michael Summers (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Mental illness will touch 1 in 4 people and can ruin the lives of those who experience it © Michael Summers (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Thoughts and Emotions Are Powerful

There is no doubt that our thoughts and emotions have an incredibly powerful affect on our lives. Harvard researchers have also foundfor instance that our emotions affect our sleep patterns, relationships and decision making processes. Other research suggests that our mindset can either increase or decrease our abilitiesThoughts and emotions can even affect our DNA, with evidence showing that our psychology has a profound influence on the health of our physical body.
When our internal states turn negative, they can make our lives and the lives of those around us miserable. Sadly, emotional states such as depression and anxiety are epidemic in our modern world. One quarter of people will be touched by some form of mental illness, and it is predicted by the World Health Organisation that by 2020 mental illness will be the second leading cause of disease burden, behind heart disease. At their most extreme, negative emotions such as anxiety and depression can lead to intense fear, hopelessness, loss of interest in life, and suicide.
The detrimental affect that negative internal states can have on our lives is not a new discovery or experience. A reading of ancient spiritual texts shows an understanding that, when left unchecked, thoughts and emotions driven by desire lead to pain and suffering. In the esoteric Christian text the Book of Thomas the Contender Jesus says “Woe to you because of the wheel that turns in your minds!” and describes desire-based thoughts and emotions as a form of torturous imprisonment. In the Hua Hu Ching the manipulations of the mind were seen as “dreams, delusions, and shadows” and it is stated that “All misery is created by the activity of the mind.” Negative thoughts and emotions were seen not only as harmful to our inner development and experience of life but as forces that smother our ability to perceive reality.
This is a perspective supported by recent scientific discoveries. While approaching the study of thought and emotion from a very different perspective from that of ancient peoples, scientists have found that our internal states distort the way we perceive reality. Researchers Jonathan R. Zadra and Gerald L. Clore discovered that “emotions routinely affect how and what we see,” showing for instance that fear can affect low-level visual processes and that sadness can make us more susceptible to visual illusions. Even our perception of the physical environment such as the steepness of hills can be affected by emotional states.

What are Thoughts and Emotions?

Where do all those thoughts come from? The Thinker, a sculpture by Auguste Rodin
Where do all those thoughts come from? The Thinker, a sculpture by Auguste Rodin
Because thought and emotion play such a huge part in our lives, the questions of why and how we think and feel have intrigued philosophers and scientists throughout time. Thoughts and emotions are studied across fields as varied as neuro and behavioural science, economics, political science and criminal law. Most scientific theories about the nature of thought and emotion revolve around the assumption that they are primarily a physical phenomena that occur as a result of electrical impulses and chemistry in the brain.
Despite much research however, thoughts and emotions are still largely a mystery, and in many cases scientists cannot agree on a fixed definition of what they are. From a personal perspective, if thoughts and emotions are purely physical responses to our environment, how can we all experience the same situations and events so differently? Although they occur inside of us, are thoughts and emotions our true nature if we are able to observe them from a detached perspective in practices such as meditationawareness and self-observation?
Looking at internal states from a purely physiological perspective also fails to explain the common phenomena where someone can spontaneously detect the thoughts or presence of others – for instance Rupert Sheldrake’s experiments in telepathy.
If looking at thoughts and emotions from a physical perspective is insufficient to understand their nature, then how are we to comprehend these internal states that are such a big part of our lives? While the majority of modern science approaches the study of thought and emotion by looking at physical and psychological responses, we can gain a deeper understanding by following in the footsteps of ancient cultures who looked within to discover and understand themselves through direct experience.

Ancient Perspectives on Thoughts and Emotions

In many spiritual traditions unconscious thoughts and emotions were seen as undesirable aspects of our personality that interfere with spiritual development. They were considered separate from our ‘integral’ nature. Negative thoughts and emotions were viewed as obstacles to the experience and cultivation of virtues — superior internal states such as inner peace, spiritual love and compassion. They were also seen as a hindrance to the ability to see reality and discover our true inner nature.
In ancient Indian culture desire was seen to be the root cause of negative emotion and opposed to “Atman,” our true self or Being whose nature is happiness and bliss. It was explained in many cultures that control – or lack thereof – over one’s thoughts and emotions greatly influence the outcome of events in their life, such as in the Hua Hu Ching where it is stated “If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will rail into place.”
In the Bhagavad Gita negative emotions were said to lead to confusion of mind and eventual destruction:
When a man dwells on the pleasures of sense, attraction of them arises in him. From attraction arises desire, the lust of possession, and this leads to passion, to anger.
From passion comes confusion of mind, then loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty. From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.
~ The Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verses 62-65
The power of emotion was also recognized in Egyptian philosophy where it was advised not to give in to transitory feelings. In his book Arts and Humanities Through the Eras Edward Bleigberg states:
The ideal was the silent man, who ignored emotions and thought before acting. The opposite was the heated man, who was impulsive, and immediately submitted to his emotions.
By correcting their mind, being still and looking within through spiritual practices, seekers were able not only to prevent themselves from experiencing misery, but to discover their integral nature and the true realities of existence which were said by ancient cultures to be clouded by the minds’ activity. By observing compulsive thoughts and emotions rather than being caught up in them, the ancients gained self knowledge and transformed themselves inwardly.

Seeing Reality by Calming our Mind and Emotions

By stilling our mind and emotions with awareness  and self observation we can perceive reality and get in touch with our true nature
By focusing our mind and detaching ourselves from negative emotions with awareness and self observation we can perceive reality and get in touch with our true nature
In recent years, practices of mindfulness and meditation have increasingly been used in medical settings to moderate harmful thoughts and emotions. But ancient texts suggest we can use these practices along with awareness and self observation to do much more, such as to perceive the reality of the present moment free of the influence of compulsive thoughts and emotions and to avoid any negative consequences they may bring.
These texts describe an incredible possibility to experience life around us without the bias of our unconscious internal states clouding our vision, consciously using our mind as an effective tool and accessing higher emotional states of peace, love, compassion and happiness as we get in touch with the true nature of our Being and consciousness.


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The Mysterious Powers 

Of Tibetan Singing Bowls


by M Destic,
Today, the Western world is increasingly discovering the spiritual and metaphysical teachings of the East. We are witnessing the expanded interest of the new age community in one special musical instrument – the so-called Signing Bowls of Tibet. Seemingly simple instruments at first sight, the Tibetan bowls possess great powers. In particular, they have being used for accelerated spiritual development, self growth as well as for healing and sound therapy.
Where does the strength of these bowls come from? It is relatively easy to answer this question – it is the power of sound and vibration that makes them so great. What is not so apparent is how to use these beautiful instruments the right and most suitable way.

The knowledge of the bowls

The knowledge of the proper use of the Tibetan Singing Bowls lies hidden in the heights of Tibet. Only the initiated master and those Lamas of higher spiritual rank can answer this question with certainty. Their knowledge is considered sacred, and as such, it is transferred only from teacher to student, in person, and in closed spiritual sessions. We can only guess that the reason of this secrecy lies in the possible misuse of the immense powers of the bowls.

The origin of the bowls

The very origin of the Tibetan bowls is also not clear. In the past, they have been utilized as praying bowls. In addition, they have played an important part in the Shamanistic practice of Tibet. Some sources say that the resonant sound of these instruments can induce deep meditative states, astral projection, and ability to contact the higher guiding spirits. When properly energized, they are capable of multiplying their strength, but the right way of charging is also not known.
The healing sound of the bowl
There are two ways of playing the Tibetan Singing Bowls, as far as we are aware of it. The first method is by hitting them with a playing stick, but by far the most powerful sound is produced while driving the sick around the rim of the bowls. Thus, hopefully, one can get and maintain a resonant sound whose healing properties could be potentially significant. This is not so easy though, and especially not with the hand beaten Tibetan Bowls.
There are more that 40 types of Tibetan bowls, made out of different alloy compositions and cast in different shapes, and sizes. You can take a look at the notable bowls website of several excellent quality bowls.
When discussing the Tibetan bowls in healing, one should know that there are no universal solutions for every condition or ailment of the body, neither is there a universal singing bowl for all seven energy centers of the body. Rather, one should be able to experiment and adjust to the special requirements of each individualhuman auric field.
In conclusion, what we can say about the bowls with certainty is that we are only beginning to explore the new frontiers of the new field that can be named “energy healing” or “vibrational healing and medicine”.


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