The Psychology of Relationships – We Hurt others in the same way we were Hurt

Relationships act as a Mirror for Reflecting back to us Unconscious Aspects of Ourselves

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What many people don’t realize is that we’re never conditioned to only one role or position is a dynamic as a behavioral pattern, but rather to the “whole pattern”. Whatever patterns as family dynamics that we’re being played out around us and that we were an integral part of, we not only experience from one position or role in that dynamic, which was created through the interaction itself, but we develop defensive behaviors that serve to provoke the other roles being played out that were necessary to give us the experience we had in relationship with it. All behavioral dynamics are dramas acted out that create a consistent type of experiences. The only way we can do this is by attracting the same “type” of people, enter into relationship with them, where the same idea begins playing out, causing us to feel the same way that we always feel.

The relationship we form with others is a relationship we form with ourselves in the other person. Our consciousness as vibratory energy blends into theirs, where whatever qualities we share in common are naturally stimulated just through the nature of the interaction, made active in both people, brought forth as behaviors, and used to create our experiences of the relationship. Energy is qualities of consciousness that form our character and identity which produces the natural behavior and way of being that naturally act out greater patterns as self-expression that tells a certain type of story as a consistent version of reality. A certain type of person consistently tells a certain type of story. It’s fairly easy to recognize that you’ve got a personalized “theme” playing out in your life that’s the basis for how you experience things by the story you tell yourself about them that makes them mean something, the meaning we give things creates your experiences in a congruent and consistent manner. This theme, is at once the expression of the energetic structure of your paradigm and your perceptual lens which interprets everything to give it meaning by the story you tell yourself about it, while simultaneously creating and reinforcing your mental paradigm. We’re never experiencing other people or neutral events “as” they actually are, apart from us, but by how we remake them in our mind to naturally become a coherent part of our story about things.

Throughout our life, we were in conditions, circumstances, and situations where a consistent type of drama and behaviors were being acted out, and we were trained to participate in them, and they served to shape us to the natural mind-set and behaviors of that pattern. These events caused us to feel a certain way, and the story we made up about them as a way of putting them into context and making sense of them, created the perspective that became habitual, and we began interpreting all of the events of our life to mean the same thing and thereby tell the same type of story, and serve to give us more of the same type of feeling. We become conditioned to feeling a certain way, and that feeling as an overall mood forms all our personal experiences as the expression of it, which naturally produces more of it, strengthening and validating it. The inner feeling forms the outer perception as the reality of that feeling, stimulating it in others by how we feel and act, and using it as the basis for the interaction as a drama of some kind that acts to strengthen, multiply, and amplify the feeling in both people, and becomes the result or outcome of all experiences created out of that relationship.

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Because we are conditioned to patterns, and our natural perception and behaviors are a product of that pattern, our natural perceptions and unconscious behaviors act to naturally stimulate, initiate, and produce that pattern. Often, this doesn’t come through actual behavior, but rather in our ability to interpret a large variety of behaviors displayed by others to “mean” what we believe it means, rather than as they actually intended it. What we “expect” to find or see in another (based on our past and the theme we developed) becomes our “filter” through which we look and our theme for interpreting everything to mean what we need it to mean in order to keep telling our story about things. Our perception is an “interpretation” that bares our signature as our “style” for creating.

The idea of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”, is not a nice idea or polite behavior, but a psychological fact or law. As we do unto others, we stimulate them to treat us the same way in return. Not necessarily in the direct and fully aware sense, but in the indirect and unconscious sense. We produce the behavior of that pattern, often without realizing it because we’re telling ourselves a story about why we’re doing what we’re doing that makes it seem different. But the behavior itself stimulates the same behavioral pattern in the other person, who returns the favor by acting the same way towards us.

For example: Someone who feels rejected and not wanted (their theme), produces the attitude (how they “feel”) and behavior (how they come across) that causes them to be rejected and not wanted. They go into any situation expecting to be rejected, and anticipating it, looking for it, and are able to readily interpret any number of behaviors being displayed by the other person as “meaning” that they’re (once again) being rejected, and so they behave “as if” they’re being rejected and go into the behaviors they normally do when feeling that way, and act distant, aloof, somewhat cold, agitated, sad and hurt, and quit participating having to be coaxed into joining in, are overly shy, rude and harsh (angry), and act hurt for no obvious reason (to the other person), and so on. They act in a way that causes the other person to feel unwanted or rejected by them, and they respond in kind, by outright rejecting them. In this way, they produce the experience of being rejected by rejecting another, usually without ever realizing that that’s what they’re doing. When the other person responds in kind by rejecting them, they think, ah ha! I knew it, see, once again I’m not wanted, and they feel the same way they always do and can continue to tell the same story about things.

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In a similar fashion someone whose been betrayed, expects betrayal, and behaves in such a way that causes the other person to feel betrayed, and they respond in a like manner, betraying us back. All action causes an equal or greater reaction. Cause always produces a corresponding effect. We can only produce the effect that we act as the cause for. Likewise, other people act as the cause that produces an effect in us. We’re attracted to people who share the same feeling-pattern as we do, and who act to not only stimulate us and we them, but naturally cooperate and participate in acting out the same story, giving both people more of the same feeling they share in common.

Whatever we do ourselves, we imagine the other person is doing also. A person who lies and hides things is always suspicious of the other person as doing the same thing, and often accuses them of it even when they’re not. A person who plays around and cheats, expects the other person to be doing the same things, and often looks for (the same “way” they go about it) and accuses them of it. In fact, whatever a person states as their “issues” or what they don’t like or react to in another, is something they’re prone to doing themselves, they just have a different reason for doing it that makes it seem different.

Someone who says honesty is really important to them, and they don’t like it when their partner lies and keeps things from them, will not only attract the very people that will fulfill that, but usually have a considerable number of secrets themselves that they constantly lie about in order to keep hidden, and will sneak around snooping and spying on the other person trying to catch them at what they “know” they’re doing, which of course is doing the same thing they’re imagining the other person is doing. But when they’re doing the same thing, hiding things, they’re doing it for a reason that justifies it in their mind, so they don’t see themselves as doing the very thing they suspect the other person of doing.

Whatever theme we’ve built our identity around, we attract naturally the co-star of the same drama. A person with a “victim” mentality needs a victimizer in order to keep telling the story of being the victim, and produces the ideal behavior that provokes the person victimizing them. We always imagine that it’s being done “to us” with no fault of our own, and once again, we’re innocent victims to malicious people. When in reality, they’re acting as a mirror to reflect back to us our own tendencies and projections, showing us the dramas we act to consistently co-create. And of course these dramas are never cut and dry or outright obvious, but formed in very personal ways through “twists” in the plot. We have a particular way of being betrayed, for example, and there’s a sub-theme to the main theme. We have a particular way of being rejected, or a specific reason for being rejected. We then try to solve the issue by only focusing on the other person, and are not willing to recognize our own part, or work on our own tendencies, and are certainly not able to get into another relationship while acting the same way and producing a new effect. A person who’s sarcastic and verbally abusive, for example, usually causing people to become sarcastic and hurtful back, will try to find someone who won’t be bothered by it, or that will put up with it, without becoming the same way back, so they don’t have to change.

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Whenever we’re in a relationship, if we reflect on the overall nature of it, we’ll notice a pattern being acted out as a life drama that involves our “issues”, or is about the same thing all our experiences are about. In noticing and gaining realization of the pattern as tendencies, we can begin seeing our part in it, and what we’re doing to actively co-create it. What we see in the other person is a reflection of that same feeling-quality in us. Our interaction stimulates their feelings and behaviors, and vice versa. They play a complementary role in our drama, and us in theirs. When we understand that we are costars of the same story, we can realize that what we imagine they’re doing to us, is something they also perceive us as doing to them. How they’re being with us is a direct reflection of how we’re being with them.

Like always begets more of what is like itself. We can’t enter into relationship with someone who doesn’t share the same qualities and behavioral dynamics because we fail to relate and there’s no connection between us. When we feel chemistry with someone, their energy is moving into ours and stimulating it by activating or vibrating it. This is because we’re resonating with them, we are of the same vibratory frequency, and share the same mind-set. When we come together there’s immediate connection, pronounced feelings and we instantly relate to them. There’s a natural understanding that takes place. The nature of our immediate interaction sets the shared pattern into motion, and basic ways of interacting become established fairly early on, and sets the foundation for how the relationship develops in terms of the feelings and behaviors it endeavors.

No one is going to come into our life and fix or heal us. We have to do that “before” we can attract or be attracted to the person that will act out a different story with us. Until we heal and correct our own issues and tendencies, we are only capable of attracting, relating to, and forming a relationship with those who play a complementary role in the same dynamic. However, two people who realize their own tendencies, and awaken together in the midst of their pattern, can heal together by supporting one another in their growth, act as the means for healing to take place through transformation, and continue to grow together throughout their lives.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois   

Evolutionary Relationships

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All Perception is Self-Perception – Projection, Energetic Entanglement, and Morphing

What we Think of Others is a Reflection of Ourselves in them

 

The true nature of what we refer to as “perception”, like consciousness itself, is still largely a mystery in scientific terms. We ask “what is perception”, and how do we form our perceptions? Perception is a product of the mind formed through our paradigm or the mental structure of our mind which is the lens we “look through” to “see”. Our mind literally reformulates everything to match our mental model, making it perceivable as a consistent version of an outer reality that’s translated through our inner reality to be of the same nature, meaning, and significance. We fit everything into a consistent theme as a way of making sense of the world. As a way of understanding it by how we describe it, explain it, justify it, and build it into our story about things in a way that makes sense to us.

The statement that we are one with everything around us, is a literal statement, but not in the way most think. While we share and are constantly exchanging the same particles, molecules, and substances with everyone and everything around us, we’re also exchanging consciousness, and energetically merging with it, becoming one with it, and reforming it through our mental perception of it. We never really see things as they actually are apart from us, but as we remake them through our experience of them. Each person that’s apart of the same event, situation, or observing the same object will experience it differently, and in a way that’s unique to them. This is because we only “see” and recognize in everything else what matches our paradigm, and is brought out in it through the resonating activity of our attention being directed at it, that only vibrates similar aspects of it, reordering it into a new form with the same qualities (consciousness) of our mind. Attention, as directed and concentrated consciousness vibrates at a certain frequency, and is always resonating with what is of the same frequency in everything else, and calling forth what matches it into an active state, while causing other qualities to recede, become passive and latent, reshaping the appearance of things. How things appear to us is a product of our own vibratory frequency as our mental paradigm.

The outer world shape shifts to match the inner world that’s perceiving it. All material matter has the energetic potential to appear different to everyone (the individual mind) that perceives it. Matter itself possesses consciousness as psychic qualities that are always interacting and transforming through induction and repulsion of everything else around it. We change the vibration of a substance just by observing it. Our vibration as a mental paradigm or pattern, enters into the same vibration as a quality in everything around us, and effects it by remixing it’s dominant and recessive qualities, changing how it appears by reformulating its inner state. In this way, the observer and the object being observed are apart of the same event, and can’t be meaningfully separated out. Our perception of others and outer events are a direct reflection and expression of our own mind. We “see” in everything else what’s in us, because our mind is the one doing the seeing. The qualities we see in other things are the qualities that we ourselves possess that we project onto them, then perceive them through. If they possess qualities that we don’t, we fail to see or recognize them, or make them out to be something else instead. We transform their character to match ours by how we reform them in our imagination. We describe, explain, and tell stories about them that have nothing to do with them, and everything to do with us.

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Likewise, every reaction we have to another, is an interaction with ourselves (same characteristics) in them. They possess the same qualities that we do as a dynamic pattern, and the “reaction” is the experience of resonance, or what we call stimulus. We only resonate (react) to the same vibration in another, which not only transforms us to that vibration by making those qualities active and dominant, but transforms them equally to the same qualities and behaviors, which form the basis for the interaction as the outward display of the shared pattern as a behavioral dynamic. Whenever we come into relationship with someone or something else, an immediate pattern emerges as a type of dynamic that becomes the nature of the interaction in an ongoing fashion. Once we realize this, we gain a valuable tool for self-recognition and realization. Anytime we’re forming a distinct interpretation of another person, we can ask ourselves simultaneously, what does this show me about myself?

Our mind, in the most basic sense consists of the conscious (self-aware) and subconscious (unaware) mind. As we go through life, based on experiences in which we were heavily judged in some way as being bad, wrong, not good enough, stupid, guilty, belittled, shamed, and so on, which causes us to deny the things about ourselves being used against us, while also repressing the memories associated with them. While these tendencies are being denied on the surface we still possess them internally, where they become internalized and formed into complexes that we continue to express by projecting them onto others (looking through them to see the same thing in others), and judging them just as harshly, if not more so, than we were judged. The dynamics of repressed issues continue playing out at the subconscious level where we’re not directly aware of what we’re doing, and we continue to produce the behavior and attract those who share the same issues and tendencies, and will cooperate in acting them out in a subliminal manner. Because they’re hidden from our own awareness through a denial of having or being them, they remain hidden from our own awareness of ourselves, yet we readily see the same traits and tendencies in others and continue living out the drama that ensues from them, we can become aware of them in ourselves through simple self-reflection.

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Once we become aware of the fact that we’re always projecting onto others and seeing in them the same character and tendencies that we have or were conditioned to as children that we’re in denial of, we can use it as the tool for self-development that it offers, and anytime we’re having a strong reaction to someone, or judging them harshly in some way, we can ask ourselves, “if I could see this same behavior, attitude, or tendency in myself . . . what would I see”? Why am I having a reaction, what emotion got triggered, and what idea or memory comes immediately to mind as I react to it? Why does it bother me so much? What is it “about them” that bothers me? If we refrain from actually reacting outwardly, and simply sit with the feeling we have inside and simply observe it, while allowing our reaction to continue internally playing out, we can begin seeing in ourselves what it is that we’re being shown through the other person or event that’s taking place. What are they acting as a mirror for?

Just as “what another person thinks of us, has nothing to do with us”, likewise, what we “think of another person has nothing to do with them, but is all about us”. Our reaction, shows us what our own issues are that’s causing the reaction. How we judge others (through the nature of the reaction) is in the same manner that we were judged. How we act, or treat them, is the same way we were treated while being judged in the same way. We employ the same emotional state, behaviors, tone of voice and attitude, and often even use the same words. As you witness your own reaction from a detached state, as if watching yourself from the perspective of someone else, who or what does it remind you of? If you we’re on the receiving end of your own outward behaviors and attitude, how would you perceive yourself? What kind of person would you see yourself as, and why? Learn to penetrate it through a raw form of honesty, and as you begin gaining awareness of what has been operating in you without your direct awareness, gain realizations around it. See it in yourself as clearly as you can, and “own it”. Don’t continue to justify it or try to explain to yourself “why” you’re like that (usually blaming it on someone else), and just be present with it.

Self-awareness is the beginning steps to healing at the spiritual and psychological level. To begin realizing how your own subconscious mind is operating, allows you to understand what’s happening and what you’re doing, and you can begin working with it in a conscious manner. Become clear on the fact that whenever you’re reacting to someone or something, it has nothing to do with them, but is being “created internally” by you. We can only change what we’re aware of and fully own. Just the awareness itself starts the healing process and begins dissolving your attachment to that memory or idea whenever it’s being played out in your present situation. Self-realization is the key to personal growth and emotional healing.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Personal Transformation Coach and Spiritual Mentor

 

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Understanding the Musical Nature of the Mind as a Vibratory Frequency

The Mind as a Frequency Creates a Consistent Experience of Reality

When we use the term “musical” in this context, we’re not referring to music in the ordinary sense, but rather of the laws that govern music, which are the primary laws of vibration. Everything in the universe is energy vibrating at different frequencies. These frequencies are all interwoven and form a greater frequency as a form of symphonic orchestration or ecological system called “life”. All frequencies as a dimension, exist as an octave or range of the same “type” of vibration from a lower to a higher that comes as a growth or building process. Once a vibration reaches the highest point in an octave, it shifts to the next higher octave where the beginning note or vibration as an accumulation or summation, forms the base or foundation as the lowest point in the next octave, which begins a new growth process within that higher range or dimension. A simple dimension is comprised of a scale that’s made up of three octaves (stages), as interwoven and interdependent scales or levels of the same overall dimension as a harmonious creation or coherent reality. This 3 in 1 law, is inherent in every aspect of what we call material life.

In a scale or range of vibration, which is comprised of 7 notes, aspects, or stages, the highest note is the unification or summation of all the preceding notes of which it’s comprised of as an accumulative process. The higher we go in vibration, the more unified and holistic we become. The highest vibration in a scale contains all the vibrations or tones within that scale. So as we move from lower to higher, we move from singular to unified, from a “personal self” to a more “universal self”. Likewise, in these three levels of the same overall reality, also referred to as the body, mind, and spirit, the body is the lowest (singular) vibration, that forms a personal identity as an individual (body identification), the mind is a more expanded reality that includes all of our local or contained material reality, and the spirit includes not only all of humanity as a cohesive reality, but all of life as an accumulated or greater whole comprised of numerous individuals. So the higher our minds vibration, the more universal we become in our identity, and the more we move away from personal and selfish perceptions, agenda’s, and tendencies.

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Energy as vibration, is a form of consciousness that has a self-organizing mechanism inherent in it that forms a distinct pattern as a series of smaller interwoven patterns that are all harmonious in nature and of the same frequency. This energetic pattern as a certain vibration or quality of consciousness, forms our individual mind as a paradigm or mental “model of the world”. Out of our paradigm as a pattern comes a reality that’s of the same pattern with the same self-organizing ability that reorders the elements of our outer environment to match the pattern of our inner environment as our mind or invisible aspect. Therefore our mind, as the invisible pattern of our vibratory frequency, forms our perceptual lens (we look “though” it), which forms the reality we see and experience as a personal creation or expression (projection) of our paradigm.

All of life as external, outer elements, exist in a purely “potential state” of all the frequencies of the material world, as consciousness itself is universal, and all inclusive as infinite. Our mind, always vibrating at a specific frequency or range of vibration, reforms the outer reality of pure consciousness and infinite possibilities, by resonating with it. Through resonance, we activate or bring to the foreground (conceive of), what matches our vibration, while deactivating or returning to an inactive, passive state, what doesn’t match our vibration. In this way, we reformulate the outer elements by organizing them into the configuration of our mind’s pattern, enhancing and embellishing the selected features, and then interpret the active features to fit into our story about them, as our mental pattern or “theme” for creating reality. It’s not that we actually “create what we see” as an actual manifestation, but rather through a form of natural or unconscious choice as an activating mechanism. Whatever we activate with our attention, we give life to.

Just placing our attention on something, transforms it as a compliance to our frequency as a pattern, that forms a thematic reality, by turning on some aspects, while turning off others, determining what expresses and what doesn’t, following the same laws as DNA. How something appears outwardly is based on how it’s arranged inwardly by the mind of the individual. Whatever we place out attention on and think about, we transform to be “like” us, or of the same reality as a frequency. We infect (sympathetic induction) and effect (vibrate) everything just by thinking about it. All matter is impregnated and animated by the consciousness of the individual being directed and projected at it. Our consciousness enters into (resonates) the matter of the material world around us, and gives it the life it has as being of the same level and quality of consciousness. What’s being observed, and the mind doing the observing, are apart of the same event. The mind has the ability to reshape the material world to match its frequency by simply perceiving it through it’s model, and then shaping it further by continuing to think about it.

Our frequency as our personal consciousness, creates as an expression on three levels simultaneously, as we self-express through the very nature of our perception, we shape ourselves (create our self-image as our identity), other people (to be of the same nature as we are), and the “way the world is”, through the same pattern as a cohesive reality. We create our reality as a story we’re always in the process of telling ourselves about things, while simultaneously sensing ourselves through our own experiences, and becoming identified with them. In this way we’re always in the process of creating ourselves through an unconscious (automatic) level of self-expression, as resonating with the same vibratory pattern in everything else. Resonance takes place naturally and so we don’t realize what’s happening or why. We don’t fully realize how it is that we’re acting to create our own reality through purely energetic (spiritual) means as our conception of it. When we hear the comment that we all “manifest” our reality, we think it means we literally produce matter itself, rather than realizing we merely reformulate it by resonating with it, which changes how it appears.

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Matter itself is void of its own consciousness, and acts as the receptor for consciousness, which enters into it (sympathetic induction) and alters it. Matter is the magnetic (feminine) aspect of consciousness, and attention as directed consciousness the electric or active (masculine) aspect. Attention directs an active quality of consciousness into matter, which acts as the receptor or vehicle for the active force, which gives matter it’s qualities and characteristics, which animate it. The active force reshapes it into the pattern of the frequency and changes how it appears in the mind perceiving it. In this way we never actually change matter itself in the permanent sense, but rather how it appears to us. The outer appearance of things is a direct reflection of the consciousness inhabiting it and holding it together as a cohesive and congruent reality, which is literally produced by the mind itself. Matter exists much like consciousness, in a neutral and universal state, and shape shifts according to the consciousness that impregnates it and the mind that perceives it.

In order to change reality or how things appear to us, we have to change our mind as our mental paradigm or vibratory frequency, which is what’s giving it the appearance it takes on. By changing our mind, we change reality itself, and see the same thing in a new way. The outer world remains the same, but we see something entirely different in it. Our activities don’t change, but the consciousness we employ while doing them changes, and thereby, we experience the same activities in a new and different way. To change the outer, we have to change the inner that’s shaping it. The same mind perceives the same reality continuously and consistently.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Learning to Recognize and Understand your own Life Story and Identity

We’re always the ones Creating ourselves and our Life Experience by the Story we begin telling about things

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Our mind exists as a paradigm that forms a unified expression as a personal reality through a natural form of storytelling. As humans, we’re always in the process of telling a life story by how we talk about our past, impacting events of our life, our perceptions of other people, how we reflect on things, our reactions, and various underlying motives and personal agenda’s as behavioral dynamics that we’re naturally prone to and readily engage in. We’re always revealing our character by how we talk about things. The voice(s) in our head as our thoughts, are always talking to us about things. They’re explaining, describing, judging, making fun of, ridiculing, criticizing, complaining, correcting, or just rambling on about nothing in particular. We have the same type of thoughts over and over throughout our lifetime, and while the context of our thoughts may change as our outer circumstances change, the attitude, perspective, and theme of our thoughts remain consistent and cohesive. We may use different outer elements to tell the story, but it’s the same “type” of story. No matter what our outer circumstances or situation, we form our perception and interpretation of it as the means for experiencing it through the role we play and our own story about it.

As we go through life, we develop a certain personality and character that forms the basis of our experiences, out of which we develop our identity. Who we are in any relationship or situation, determines the role we play and how we interact to reshape everything in order to continue telling our story about things. Our story, as a cohesive outer reality is based on, or comes as the expression of our mental paradigm. Our model of the world (mind’s structure) has a self-organizing formative mechanism inherent in it that transforms the outer reality to match the inner reality. Our mind’s energetic structure is the culmination and integration of all our experiences, what we’ve been taught, beliefs, values, morals, preferences, disposition, temperament, emotional states, attitude, and so on. All of these combine to form a singular reality that expresses all of them in a congruent and harmonious fashion. Our paradigm, as a dynamic living pattern forms into a kind of genre and theme, which demonstrates our vibratory frequency or energetic essence.

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The best way to recognize your own story, is to learn how to move out of the experience of your story as being fully associated with it, or “in” it, and step into an objective perspective that’s dissociated, and simply “observe” it, while relinquishing all need to judge it or justify it, and instead simply witness it as if watching it play out on a movie screen in your mind. Move out of the position of being in the story as the main star or character, and see yourself as playing a role in a greater story in which you’re simply one of the characters. Always resist the tendency to explain why you feel the way you do or justify your right to be that way, and simply watch it from an unbiased perspective and a neutral attitude. As you talk and are telling someone “about you” (your past, or something someone did to you, what you’ve been through, etc.), after you tell them, simply stop and reflect for a moment and listen to what you said as if you were the other person. Then ask yourself, what does this mean about me? Who do I become because of this story?

This practice will give you insight into parts of your nature that you’re normally not fully aware of. It’ll help you to begin gaining realization around your own issues and tendencies. It’ll help you recognize how you were conditioned by your upbringing, whether you adopted the same patterns being acted out in your family dynamic, or formed patterns that came from rebelling against them and trying to be the opposite of them. In order to work consciously and intentionally with anything, we have to become aware of what’s really happening, and how we are always the ones creating our self and our life experiences by what we tell ourselves about it that gives it meaning, and we have to be willing to give up our story in order to train ourselves to begin telling a new one. By telling a new story we’ll systematically transform our character and identity. By changing our story, we take creative control of our self and our life, and use our will to reshape our mind and form a new pattern (change our vibration), and learn to express in creative new ways.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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Learning how to Self-Reflect and gain Self-Realization

Lessons for Spiritual Development

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The primary process of spiritual development is self-realization that allows for self-mastery. Self, in both of these cases means coming to recognize and understand the intimate relationship between the body and the soul spirit. One of the most natural tendencies we have as humans, is we live the better part of our life in a primarily unconscious and dis-empowered state that tends to focus on trying to change other people and external situations as a way of being alright with things, instead of working with the only thing we truly have control over, which is ourselves. By working on ourselves, we won’t need to change other people and circumstances. By working with ourselves and learning to control our own mind, we completely lose the need to change anything outside of ourselves, because we’re no longer controlled or affected by them.

The most basic way we begin gaining self-awareness is by learning how to become aware of your reactions to everyone and everything else, while refraining from outward action, and simply turning your attention inward and begin observing what’s happening inside of you, and why. Completely remove your attention from whomever or whatever caused the reaction, and realize what the cause set into motion within your body and your mind. Notice where you feel the sensation in your body (chest, heart, stomach, sexual organs, throat, etc.), and what kind of sensation it is (sinking, pressure, tingly, sharp stabbing, fluttery, queasy, arousing, etc.). Then notice what thought or memory starts automatically running through your mind in response to it. Some kind of imagined reality as a memory will probably start playing out automatically that may be a picture, a scenario, hearing something being said or that’s happening, an emotion may swell in you that feels overwhelming, and so on. Simply observe it without trying to repress or stop it.

As you observe a form of chain of association take place as an inner unfolding or systematic process, stay with it for awhile, without needing to suppress it, hold it back out prevent it, quit thinking about it, or justify your right to feel that way, and simply watch and relive the experience of it. Become aware of what you tell yourself about it as a kind of story that narrates or explains it. See the connection between the emotion and the memory that produces an automatic pattern as an instant, unconscious reaction to that same emotion or characteristic (tone, attitude, demeanor, actual words, etc.) in the present situation.

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You don’t have to try and work through it, correct yourself, forgive anybody, or do any kind of therapeutic work, all you have to do is observe it fully from an objective perspective that’s not judging anybody or anything in the memory, but simply bringing what was previously unconscious into full conscious awareness. It’s realizing something about yourself that you’re only partially aware of in the general sense. Just the awareness alone, forms a kind of healing by moving you from a helpless and dis-empowered position, to one of self-awareness and empowerment. What this means is that from this point on, whenever you’re triggered in the same manner, you’ll catch yourself before the reaction takes hold, realize what’s happening, and it no longer acts to control you, and in that moment, you’ll realize, you can now choose how you want to respond in a thoughtful manner, because you see the cause itself in a new light, and you no longer relate the present to the past, but see it instead for what it actually is.

This practice alone is the basis for dissolving karma, which is the habitual repetition of unconscious patterns that keep you creating the same effects and reactions in your life through the cause and effect relationship that keeps you living out of past memories as a way of creating in the present. It allows us to remove our focus from other people and outer circumstances, and keep our focus instead on what’s happening inside of us and how we’re being in the situation. It reverse’s the cause and effect relationship where other people “cause” us to react, and instead puts us in a position to be the cause of our own actions by use of choice and will to control and determine our perception and behaviors.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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The Mind Generates Reality – We are the Sole Creators of our Experiences

All Reality as we know it is Subjective Reality

One of the most basic misunderstandings or confusion comes from our interpretation of “reality” as opposed to our “experience” of reality. Many people believe that what they’re experiencing “as” reality is the same thing that everyone else is experiencing, or that one person’s version of reality is more accurate or is truer than another person’s. We think our perceptions are objective and universal in nature, when in fact, nothing could be further from the truth. The true fact of the matter is, every person is observing and processing the same objective outer reality through their own mental paradigm which acts to reshape the outer world forming a personal version of it as their “experience” of it.  While we can’t control reality itself as a neutral sets of circumstances, we can very much change how we experience it as an inner process that conforms it to match our model of the world.

Another basic misconception is that other people “make us” feel a certain way (beyond our control), and give us or cause our experiences. We feel a certain way and have a certain type of experience because of how someone treated us, or what they did to us. And while, as most things, this idea exists as a paradox of sorts, the fact is what they did was triggered or stimulated us to create our own experience based on the feeling they activated inside of us. Feelings are vibrations that have whole patterns as creative processes inherent in them. A feeling sensation comes as a form of resonance as sympathetic induction, where energy is transmitted and absorbed between people and things, and serves to produce and internal effect out of an external influence or cause. While we are definitely stimulated by other people and events, directly and indirectly, we have the option to allow it, or resist it, but only when we’re aware of what’s happening. If we’re not aware of how feelings, emotions, and thoughts are being constantly transmitted through the atmosphere and received, then we experience it as happening to us without any real control or ability to stop it.

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But no matter what the case, as we’re stimulated with a feeling or emotion, we are the sole creators of the inner process that takes place, even if it’s due to the fact that we simply allow it. We allow the energy to enter us, take hold, and we take on the emotions, and think whatever thoughts start running through our mind and form the inner reality as a personal experience that results from it. While we are influenced on what to picture in our mind and think about based on what’s being said to us, and what emotion or attitude it’s being said with, which acts to plant the idea in our mind, where we grow it into a full fledged reality by how we continue to think about it, we also have the ability to resist it, keep it outside of ourselves and not let it effect us, and in doing so, can control what how we feel and what we think. Only we feel our feelings, act out our emotions, and think our thoughts, and create inner realities as imagined scenario’s based on it. Nobody else does it to us or for us.

In this same way, only those who are of a similar mind-set and live out of similar ideas as realities can effect us. We’re only influenced by those we relate to and who are like us, where we can act as the receptor for their energetic transmissions. Someone who’s considerably different, that we can’t relate to, doesn’t effect us emotionally, and we don’t think the same type of thoughts as they do, so we don’t resonate with them. Feelings are vibrations which have self-organizing abilities as a growth process, that form natural patterns as types of reality. A vibratory frequency is a quality of consciousness that consistently expresses through the same patterns as thematic experiences that tell the same type of story as a consistent version of reality. Whenever something happens to us, we filter it through our paradigm where we abstract only certain parts of the greater reality, which we can organize in such a way that it tells the same type of story. The mind pulls out certain aspects of a situation, noticing them and using them as the basis for creating its experience in a congruent and consistent manner. Every person in the exact same situation or event will experience it in a unique way, and tell a different type of story about it. This is evident by listening to siblings, family members, or close friends tell a story about a memory that you shared with them years ago, and you don’t even recognize it, because they’re telling it from a whole different perspective and by elaborating on different aspects of it, that you may not of even particularly noticed, let alone remembered. This is because your interpretation of the same event produced an entirely different type of experience.

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All personal experience comes as an interpretation formed by a filtering mechanism that reorders the elements of a situation into a new variation that matches your pattern by the story you tell about it. The story you tell yourself about an event gives it meaning and significance, and creates how you experience it as a correspondence to your mental paradigm. We can only see or conceptualize, and therefore understand what matches and is supported by our paradigm as the model or structure (frequency) of our mind. The model or shape of our mind is a dynamic living pattern as a vibratory frequency or quality of consciousness that reforms a universal reality to match it as a personalized version of it. Our vibratory frequency is demonstrated by our character as a state or quality of consciousness that creates (conceives of) a consistent version of reality as our life’s story. What we believe about others and life itself as a whole, is what we are programmed to see in life and how we experience it as a reality.

If a person has a life theme of “not being wanted”, then they have a filtering system that can interpret every situation to somehow be about them not being wanted, which consistently proves and validates their model of the world as being “true”. If a person’s issue (core belief) is that people are stupid, they see only what can be interpreted as stupid in people, and all their stories as experiences carry this theme. If a person has been betrayed and seriously hurt by it, they see only betrayal everywhere they look. They anticipate and expect it, and interpret any number of, what are in reality neutral behaviors, to mean betrayal. The idea and suspicion of betrayal is in even their most rudimentary attitude and behaviors, and even when the tendency is not prevalent in the other person or situation, they’ll act to bring it out in them by how they interact in relationship with them. Whatever frequency we vibrate at, we attract, stimulate, and serve to bring out (make active) in everything around us. This is why we consistently experience it while telling ourselves that it’s the way the world is, and has nothing to do with us as it’s creator. We imagine that our perception and experience are objective, neutral, and common, often without ever realizing that we are the cause and effect of our own creation, and the outer world and the story we tell about it is merely showing us the pattern we’re imprinted with.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

How to Change Bad Habits – Learning how to Operate your Mind

Using the Power of your Will to Change your Lifestyle

Many people seek to change what they’re doing and what practices they engage in that they find enjoyable, gratifying, or pleasurable somehow, and because they don’t realize that the only reason they experience these activities in that way, is because of how they’re using their mind and imagination to form internal representations of them. How we think about something forms an internal experience through what we associate with it. When we think about something in a way that makes it seem pleasurable, we form a strong desire for it, and we have trouble resisting it, or saying no when it’s available or offered to us, and giving it up can cause a form of pain and constant struggle where we experience suffering, simply because we don’t understand or realize that it’s our own mind and how it operates naturally that’s producing the reality of pleasure around an idea or activity.

All experience is a product of the mind, which directs and controls the activity of the body. Our behavior and actions are the direct expression of our thoughts about things as internal representations that form how we experience the outer world. We form internal reps by how we present ideas to ourselves in an imaginary form by what we associate with it that makes it seem either pleasurable and desirable, or painful and disgusting in some way. While many don’t realize that these natural internal processes are actually self-produced rather than automatic and beyond our control, and that because we produce them unconsciously, we can work to change them consciously. We simply have to become aware of how we represent ideas to ourselves by what sensory experiences we associate to them, or what other types of ideas we associate them with.

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Whenever we think about and activity or doing something, a whole chain of association takes place, and we access memory of various sorts around the idea, and use it to form a representation of the idea that infuses it with the same type of experiences inherent in the memories. We use the associations to create a kind of sensory preview that acts as a template for creating our actual experience of it. We do this in what seems like a natural and automatic fashion because it’s a function of the subconscious mind, which means we don’t have a direct awareness of what we’re doing or why, unless we take a position of objectively observing what happens inside our mind whenever we’re contemplating an idea. When we learn to observe our own internal processes, we notice that as we’re considering doing something, we’re imagining the experience we’re going to have, and what it’s going to be like. We present the idea to ourselves, by infusing it with the qualities and sensory enhancements that create a desire for it, or a neutral take-it-or-leave-it position, or ones that make it undesirable or even repulsive and disgusting, which makes it very easy to resist or say no to.

Our subconscious produces all of our behaviors in a very natural and spontaneous way. The subconscious doesn’t think in “words” or through internal dialogue like the conscious mind, but rather in terms of “real life experiences” that are reproduced in the imagination as having the “experience of something”, much like a memory. So the way to work with our conscious mind to change the representations of our subconscious mind, which is necessary to change habits and addictions, is to learn how to work with our own imagination as mental and emotional previews that drive our behaviors. By changing what we associate to an idea or activity, and how we create our experience of it in our mind, we can make pleasurable ideas not pleasurable, or even distasteful and revolting, all based on what we associate to it as a way of creating the template through which we experience it. We can take an idea that we currently find pleasurable and reform it to be painful or disgusting somehow by not only infusing it with sensory qualities that are repulsive, but also associating it to other ideas or realities that we find undesirable. By restructuring our internal experience of something, we naturally change our outer behavior in response to it. In this way we can change undesirable habits in an automatic fashion that’s easy and doesn’t create a feeling of suffering.

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A simple formula for learning to work with your own mind, is to sit quietly, and start self-reflecting; Think about a habit or addiction that you want to change, and what habit or activity you want to replace it with. As you think about the habit, notice how you present the idea to yourself by how you think about it, what sensory experience you create (what it looks like, feels like, tastes like, what sounds your hearing, what you’re telling yourself about it), and what meaning it has for you, what need is associated to it? Once you realize how you’re structuring your internal representation, and what other ideas you have associated with it (makes me feel better, relaxes me, comforts me, tastes good, makes me look good, etc.), you can begin realizing a kind of formula and what are the key components that make it compelling that you need to replace with other sensations and ideas that will change how you relate to them. By structuring them with a whole different kind of experience, that we play out in our mind as a reality, where we develop our desired response to it (makes me feel bad, smells terrible, looks disgusting, hurts me, will make me unattractive, etc.), as a natural response to it, or what immediately starts running through your mind in response to it. Once you get the imagined response just the way you want it, imagine yourself in an actual live situation where you’re encountering it, and run the new response to it through your mind, and repeat it several times, changing it slightly each time, until it becomes automatic and instantaneous. Until it comes automatically without thought.

If it involves giving up something that you regularly partake in, such as quit drinking soda pop, you should also form a clear idea of what you’re going to replace it with, such as tea, water, fruit juice, and so on. This way, when you’re in the moment where you normally engage in drinking soda pop, you’ll have an immediate idea of what to do instead. Whatever you replace it with, structure your internal representation so that its very pleasurable and makes you feel good about yourself and your decision, not only in sensory terms, but emotionally and psychologically in terms of what it means about you and what you’re creating as a result.

The basic formula for Creating a Positive Internal Representation:

  • Emotion: Associate a very positive emotional state with the desired behavior that makes it very compelling (excitement, relief, passionate, empowered, confident, etc.)
  • Sensory experience: what am I seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting, and smelling
  • Internal dialogue: What am I telling myself about it? What does it mean based on what I’m telling myself?
  • Associate other ideas to it that support it and make it desirable (being healthy, feeling good, helping someone, looking good, saving the planet, etc.).
  • What does this experience or activity mean about me as a person?
  • What’s its going to create in my life, or allow?

Once you realize how you’re structuring your internal experience, which makes it pleasurable and desirable, you can make new associations and infuse it with different qualities that will change how you think about it, how it makes you feel, and what you relate to it, or in what way you’re identifying with it. As with all things, we are the ones who create our own experiences of things, good or bad, and our internal experience forms the basis for our external experiences. The secret lies in your imagination and how you use it to create in your life. The secret of the will lies in the imagination.

Dr. Linda Gadbois 

 

 

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Karma and the Law of Cause and Effect – Changing Reactive Behaviors

Becoming Self-Aware

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Karma can probably be most clearly understood as the law of cause and effect, or action that produces an equal or greater reaction. Karma is the fundamental activity of our life, which is either repeating a pattern as a natural tendency or unconscious behaviors, which produces a like effect as a reaction or immediate consequences to our actions, or it comes as a willful and deliberate act that we’re fully aware of and do intentionally. Most karma originates from conditioning of some form, where we’re trained to behavioral dynamics of some sort as the emotional dramas being played out around us that we’re a part of, and ultimately learn to participate in and cooperate in repeating as a kind of life theme that produces a consistent experience of reality. Once conditioned with a thematic life pattern as a type of experience or story that we naturally act to tell by the perceptions and relationships we form with everyone and everything else, we go through most of our life (or lives) forming and playing a familiar role in the same dynamics, over and over, through all areas of our life, usually without any real awareness that we’re the ones creating it.

 

The patterns we form as a thematic story is a natural product of our mental paradigm, and the emotional states we live out of as a general rule. All patterns are the result or expression of “states of consciousness” or mind-sets that form our everyday thoughts, and determine what we’re capable of seeing (perceiving outwardly) in any situation, and what we’re not. Those who share our thematic patterns and behavioral dynamics (of the same frequency) standout, we notice them, gravitate towards them, and they effect us or cause an internal–emotional reaction in us. Those who are of a different frequency or behavioral dynamics, don’t stand out, we don’t really notice or pay attention to them, and we can exist in near proximity of them for extended periods of time without ever interacting with them. Anyone that we share karma (life patterns) with, we tend to easily form a relationship with, and they participate in acting out the same type of story with us. While we can play any role in a dynamic, we tend to favor one while remaining largely unconscious of the others, and are most compatible with those who will play the complementary role, allowing us to remain largely unconscious of what we’re cooperating in creating.

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Anytime we get caught up in a strong emotional charge of some kind, and have a strong reaction to something, we’re in the process of acting out karma as automatic and repetitive behavior that we do without thinking about or having any realization around before we do it. It’s thoughtless behavior produced by an emotional charge, which literally renders us unconscious. When we live out of a volatile sea of emotional states that keep us in a constant reactive state, or always thinking about and dwelling in what “someone else is doing”, while losing all awareness of what we’re doing instead, we can live the better part of our life out of an unconscious state, and simply repeat past patterns over and over. This is the fundamental nature of karma.

 

To get off the “karmic wheel” of fate and fortune as haphazard, knee-jerk reactions and mindless emotional drama, we have to begin gaining control over our own mind and senses, and refrain from emotional reactions of all kinds, while self-reflecting instead. As we refrain from outwardly reacting, which keeps us only conscious of the other person, and we become aware instead of what’s happening inside of us “as” the reaction itself that produces automatic behavior by accessing a memory associated with the emotion that’s activating it, and the type of behavior being displayed outside of us. It’s the emotion that enters our body, stimulating us with that same emotion, and the memory as a similar event that we have directly associated to it, that basically says “this (the present) is the same as that (the past)”, and we react in a like manner.  By doing this, we create in the present the same realities and experiences as the past. We act the same way, and create the same behavior, which not only produces the same type of experience again, but draws to us the same consequences or reactions to our behaviors. Once we “do something”, we can’t undo it, and it sets into motion a whole series of consequences, some of which are immediate and intense, others which extend over longer periods of time and are more subtle and gradient. Some consequences we recognize and own, others come later and can mystify us.

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To break the patterns that bind us, we have to become fully present in the moment, become aware of any emotional charges while refraining from reacting to them, then shift our attention inwardly to observe what’s happening inside of us. Notice what the emotion is, where and how we feel it in our body, what memory immediately comes to mind in response to it, and the story we start telling ourselves about what’s happening. Because like always stimulates what’s like it, we can become aware of aspects of ourselves that we normally aren’t fully aware of or are in denial around for some reason. When we remove our attention from the outside stimulus, which is merely serving to awaken the same reality within us, and we pay attention instead to what’s happening inside of us, and we simply self-reflect on what process begins simultaneously unfolding as a whole idea, and we realize the nature of our reaction, and we “observe” our own inner experience. Just the awareness alone brings what we are unconscious of into conscious awareness. The awareness alone is enough to break the reactive pattern as a tendency, because we can catch ourselves as we’re doing it. Once we become aware of our own tendencies, and no longer react to them when being displayed by others, we can consciously choose our own behavior in response to them. We can decide what to do from a calm and relaxed inner state. By doing this, we transform old karma by producing new karma in its place as new patterns activated by the same outer stimulus.

 

When we’re in full control of what we do, and we’re not being controlled by outside forces, we become conscious creators in our own lives, and we respond from a thoughtful place that acts to cause an entirely different reaction. We can neutralize a strong emotion being projected towards us by another by deflecting it instead of absorbing it, while simultaneously initiating a new one to take it’s place by counteracting it, and changing the persons state to match ours. In this way, we can become self-determined and act as a positive influence for those who aren’t. We can transmute our karma as old reactive patterns into new patterns of awareness and intentional action that’s aware of the consequences our reactions produce and as a form of consciously creating.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

 

 

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Sacred Geometry – The Secret Language of Universal Laws

The Secret Language of Sacred Sciences

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Sacred Geometry forms the basis for an intuitive system of philosophical mathematics and universal laws as “operations” for applying knowledge at the practical level to create on multiple planes simultaneously through resonance as equilibrium. Through resonance we draw down purely mental forces of the higher planes and use them to animate the astral light of the material plane through conceptualizations born in the imagination that form the templates necessary to create in various ways on the lower, material planes.

Sacred Geometry forms a system of correspondences that connects a series of ideas that are all of the same nature or archetypal principle, as material forms of various types or degrees. These symbols as geometric shapes demonstrate basic laws as form, function, and order, which exist in a natural relationship with each other and make up the material world as we know it. All of life, whether organic or inorganic, are not only formed by the action of these laws which organize and concentrate light as matter, but also animate living forms through “energetic states of consciousness” that undergo growth processes, imbue it with attributes, properties and behaviors born out of a distinct and unique type of personality. Form always indicates function or how something behaves or the operations it naturally undergoes. The form something takes on, gives it properties as a dynamic series of relationships, that all exist in a harmonious and interdependent relationship as a unified body.

All forms exist as vibration of subtle energy as pure consciousness. The frequency something vibrates at, forms its qualities and characteristics as a “state”, which then acts as an expression of its inner nature. The rate and mode of vibration, structures matter into distinct patterns as geometric (molecular) structures that are combined to form a unified whole. Vibration, as subtle energy is consciousness, which has an active, self-organizing component that grows organisms from a “seed” as a formula of information that undergoes a division and multiplication process guided by a spatial orientation as a holographic blueprint, where multiple structures that perform specialized processes as different parts of a whole body, spontaneously emerge out of each other. There’s an invisible intelligence to all of life that takes information in its purely potential state (as unformed), and activates it systematically in strategic stages, that ultimately creates whole material entities out of nothing. It (the invisible intelligence) structures a material body through a process of self-generation, cellular division, differentiation, and multiplication as “creation”.

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Out of a packet of coded information, where certain aspects get “turned on” and become active, while others are “turned off”, and remain dormant (time regulated) while an active self-organizing force “grows” a living being. This material form consists of multiple layers of various types of interwove structures, all in geometric shapes, which, based on their specific structure perform certain types of operations, and play a specialized part in the operation of the whole. All of these different geometric structures that are an inherent part of the larger whole, emerge “out of each other” spontaneously as a natural growth process. Each structured based on the role it plays in a dynamic, interconnected relationship as a part of the whole entity. Each aspect of the whole as a cell or molecule, contains the full encoded information of the whole as its DNA, but through a self-organizing process of spatial mapping, each cell specializes by reforming the information, switching what’s turned on and turned off, to create a necessary part of the whole as a harmonious process. This reformulation of the same basic information, produces a unique cellular structure that naturally performs a different shape and function within the overall body.

Vibration as consciousness, through the same basic stuff as attributes, qualities and characteristics, form the basis for laws as the building blocks of life that perform natural behaviors and operations as the natural expression of the consciousness inherent in the form. The “state” of matter, as the consciousness inhabiting and animating it, form it’s “inner nature” as it’s essence which forms it’s outer appearance, not only in actual form (as a member of a species or class), but also in the personality, quality, and level of intelligence the form possesses and outwardly demonstrates through it’s natural behaviors and way of being.

These laws and principles as the life giving forces of the natural world, are represented by the geometric shapes they naturally produce, and the qualities and functions they naturally perform as the very expression of their nature. Each form correlates to a number that’s represented in its actual geometric shape, calculated by the equilateral angles of it’s form, a letter as the sound of that form as a tone, color as the vibratory frequency (frequencies produce color), state of mind, type of personality (planetary attribute), and so on. A system of analogy and correspondences form a series of associated ideas that are all different aspects or qualities of the same nature or essence as a vibratory frequency. A frequency forms a pattern imbued with qualities as degrees of consciousness, that give it characteristics that determines how it functions, and what part it naturally plays in a greater whole as a story, community, or ecology. In animated life forms, as in the human and animal kingdoms, these forms and behaviors are also imbued with a personality, which gives it a kind of signature in terms of the unique style in which it does what it does.

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Sacred Geometry is an intuitive language of science as law, and provides us with holistic information about the natural processes of life and the nature of the operations involved. It gives us explicit instructions on how to use our own mind-body system in intentional ways to produce physical realities by reformulating its material and chemical structure through the quality of consciousness being employed. This information about natural processes, gives us the theoretical processes necessary to apply through experimentation, to influence or outright produce material results. Naturally, our ability to accurately apply it along with the mental state we employ while applying it, determines the nature of the outcomes we’re able to produce. So while shapes, numbers, letters, colors, sounds, states, and so on, can give us the basis for making very generalized interpretations that are largely abstract in nature and identify an idea or desired experience, without giving us the necessary information about “how” to do it, if we understand how to interpret the geometric shapes as laws, we can gain the knowledge as distinct operations for undergoing mental processes necessary to create the ideas and quality of experiences they suggest.

Through this process of law, that gives us the full creative process for producing desired personal realities and experiences, we can learn how to utilize our own power of mind to self-create and influence the outer reality by how we exist in relationship with it, and how we reshape and direct it through the very nature of our perception of it. We can come to realize the true nature of reality itself, and how our own mind exists in intimate relationship with the elemental world of luminescent matter. We can realize that the outer shape of any geometric design is formed by the inner shape or invisible space forming and organizing it. We can realize that our experience of reality, both symbolically and literally, is a product of our own mind and inner being, and acquire the knowledge as practical processes for undergoing personal transformation, which, by changing our mind as our inner atmosphere, changes our very essence, and how things appear to us, or what we perceive in our ordinary reality.

By working with laws, we create in a fluent and spontaneous manner. By using their instruction as processes of the mind shaping matter to perform natural operations, we can begin consciously operating our own mind instead of letting it be haphazardly used by the suggestions we’re flooded with from the external world. We can realize that by changing the inner, invisible structure of our mind, we change our molecular structure, which changes our outer expression and how we’re being in the world. By acquiring the tools and creative processes for undergoing metamorphosis, we change our very relationship with the outer world and how we experience and interact with it. Through the science of the Spirit, and the practice of spiritual knowledge as universal law in how we live our daily life and conduct ourselves, we become self-determined, and truly responsible for our own creations. Sacred Geometry is the scientific language of the spiritual world as the Magicians toolbox for manipulating reality in a conscious and deliberate manner.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Other Articles on Sacred Geometry:

The Triad – Resonance, Sympathetic Induction, and Coherence

The 4 Elements – The Etheric Body and the Nature of Memory

The Pentagram – Mind-Over-Matter – Shaping Words into Realities

The Dyad – Prayers as the Seeds of Karma

 

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