The Art of Modeling – How to Consciously Create Yourself

 

Our most basic ability to create in life is our ability to self-create by intentionally developing our character as qualities and traits that produce natural behaviors. Most of us were created in a purely unconscious manner through stimulus – response as a natural part of our childhood conditioning, and we just kind of ended up the way we are, often without realizing that we can willfully recondition ourselves by deciding how we want to be, what qualities we want to develop in ourselves, and undergoing the process necessary to do it. The process of self-creation is something we’re all born knowing how to do, that usually gets “taught out of us” as we become young adults, because it comes most naturally as “pretending” and play-acting.

As children, we admire and relate to certain people, roles, qualities and characteristics, imaginary heroes, or to the characters in story books or movies. We all have those characters that we immediately resonate with and want to be like. We would then set up imaginary situations and scenarios, where we acted them out by embodying and employing the same qualities and characteristics as our favorite character. By playing in this way, we developed those same qualities in ourselves by becoming like them, by acting like them, talking like them, and taking on the same persona while engaging in the same type of activities, and so on. Because our personality wasn’t well established yet, and we hadn’t begun forming our identity, we were like fresh clay that was easily molded into different shapes. We were flexible, open to trying new things, spontaneous, and enjoyed experimenting with new ways of being. We didn’t have the inhibitions and limitations as beliefs of some form, nor the fears and insecurity around certain ways of being, and we engaged in various activities with a sense of innocence, joy, and curiosity. As teenagers, when we began developing our identity by coming into ourselves and learning how to think and make decisions for ourselves, we spent much of our time trying on different persona’s in order to find the ones that fit and that we felt most comfortable and natural with, except by this time, we were largely motivated and inhibited by other life issues and personality traits that had set in and were becoming a natural part of our everyday expression.

Yet this same process is how we continue to self-create as adults with established identities and habitual behaviors as ways of being in the world. As adults however, it requires a deliberate intention, choosing what qualities we want to employ, and a willingness to be awkward and unnatural at first (everything takes practice), and a form of dedicated discipline to consistently act them out until they become natural, built into the muscle, and an automatic part of us. We start by realizing what qualities and traits we admire in others, or want to develop in ourselves, and then we find someone who possesses and employs those qualities as part of their natural demeanor, and we study them. How are they doing it? What does this quality look like when it’s being expressed? How do they hold themselves, what postures, gestures, idiosyncrasies, facial expressions, or what are they doing with their physiology? How do they talk, what tone of voice, timing, rhythm, and words or type of language do they use? What emotional state and attitude do they embody, and what state of mind do they view things through? What are their beliefs that make their attitude and actions possible? How is it that they “do” whatever it is that they’re “doing”?

If you want to develop confidence, for example, you have to start by asking yourself, what does confidence look like? What is it that someone does that gives the impression of being confident? You then find someone you know that you feel demonstrates or comes across as being confident, and you study them. As you study them, you embody the same qualities and behaviors – straight posture, relaxed demeanor, eye contact, tone of voice, etc. – and you practice being like them. You don’t have to worry about appearing to “copy them”, because imitating simply provides a pathway for your own style to emerge naturally. Once you get the behaviors down and can “be” that way yourself, then you practice being that way throughout your day just as a general way of being. Practice it repeatedly and in as many situations as you can, until it starts feeling natural and you start doing it automatically or it starts becoming a natural way of being in all situations as a personality trait.

What you’ll notice is that just by changing your physiology to match theirs, you “feel different”. You sense yourself in a new way, and your outlook and perspective changes. You create an experience of yourself as being confident. You come to know what it means to be confident as an actual experience of yourself. As you begin experiencing yourself in new ways, you become associated to that way of being, and you begin identifying with it. You know what it means to feel confident through the experience of pretending to be, and you become it. We become whatever we pretend to be. By modeling behaviors, we simultaneously change our perspective, how we look at and approach things, how we feel about ourselves, what we tell ourselves about how we’re feeling, and the very nature of our thoughts change accordingly. We change how we feel about ourselves, about others, and about life in general. Life appears different to us, and we influence things in a different manner, and people start seeing us in a different light and respond to us in a different manner. As we begin creating new types of experience, we transform ourselves by way of those experiences.

In this same manner we can also transform bad or undesirable behaviors and traits, by first recognizing what they are, deciding we want to transform them, and intentionally employing opposite qualities in their place, that change not only our actions and how we interact with others, but also our mental outlook and perspective, what we see and use to create our experiences, how we form interpretations as what we tell ourselves about things and how we feel as a result. Most bad behaviors, ones that are destructive in nature, or built out of beliefs as illusions, come as a result of our conditioning or from traumatic experiences that had a significant emotional impact, which we responded to by building an illusion around as a way of trying to make sense out of it and learning how to cope with it. We establish natural behaviors through a form of training and repetition, and likewise, we can retrain ourselves to new behaviors that we associate to the same stimulus.

All reactions as automatic behaviors come through stimulus as an activating force or intense emotion that’s connected to a memory. A memory is formed as an interpretation of an event based on the emotions we are experiencing at the time of the event. This emotional state and the story we begin telling ourselves about it that made it mean something, becomes the template as a thematic pattern that becomes repeated whenever activated by the same emotion. The emotional stimulus instantly references the memory associated with it, and associates the meaning of that memory to the current situation, where the same emotion is being expressed, and we say to ourselves, “this means the same things as that did”, and we form the same basic perception and react or behave in a similar manner as a form of automatic pattern or knee jerk reaction. Habits, though they’re usually not reactive in nature, are formed in much the same way. We simply repeat some process over and over for a period of time, and it becomes habitual, we do it without even having to think about. The larger part of our everyday actions are performed unconsciously as either a reaction to some form of outer stimulus, or as a habit of some form.

So we can transform habits by first becoming aware of them, gaining a realization around them in terms of what purpose they served, and what they cause in our life as a result, and choose to transform them by replacing them with a new behavior of some form. All qualities as a state of mind and the actions that naturally come from them exist in a natural state of polarity as complementary opposites. We work to transform any quality that we’ve habituated by intentionally employing its opposite instead. Naturally this takes awareness in the mist of activities you previously did without any real awareness, and then a form of discipline or willful action in order to change. In many spiritual traditions this is laid out as a model of the seven virtues and seven vices, which give us the formula for transforming most negative and unproductive or destructive tendencies into positive, creative, and beneficial ones. For example, hatred can be transformed by employing love and understanding in its place. Fear can be transformed by employing courage, anger with forgiveness, greed with charity and generosity, and so on. Mythology also gives us a rich formula for how characters that possess opposite natures are pent against each other in an eternal battle for supremacy. These type of models provide us with the formulas and tools necessary to undergo personal transformation through use of our creative ability to choose who and how we’re going to be, then willfully act out that choice to become self-determined.

All forms of self-creation comes either through conscious or unconscious actions. We either develop in an unaware manner by how other people and situations affect us (unconsciously), or by taking control of our own mind and emotions and make a conscious decision as to who and how we’re going to be in any situation. This only comes by recognizing in ourselves attitudes and behaviors that act to sabotage our life, or that we don’t like about ourselves, and deciding to do what it takes to correct them. It only comes through an intention to work on ourselves by employing contradictory behaviors that not only require us to change how we’re looking at a situation, but require us to change how we interact with the outside world, and what type of effects we create as a result. As we change our habitual tendencies, we change how we feel and how we sense ourselves in relationship to everything and everyone else, and we literally change our mind. As we change how we feel, think, and behave, we change our reality as a correspondence. As our reality changes, the relationship we form with it changes, how we sense ourselves changes, and we literally become a different person by way of our own hand.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

 

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Creating a Vision for your Life – Choice, Will, and the Power of the Imagination

While many of us may say or feel as if we have a vision for our life, it’s usually more of a vague story that we keep running through our mind about what we want to do or what we’d rather be doing instead of what we’re doing now, or as a kind of fantasy that we treat more as a leisurely thought that provides us with a kind of coping mechanism or escape from our present situation. It’s hardly ever formulated into a precise idea with vivid details, or formed into a strategy as a plan of action that we then take consistent action towards. And while we can certainly say that a goal written down is far more likely to be accomplished than one that not, we can go a step further and say that a goal that’s turned into a vision as a reality or “well-formed outcome” that’s imagined as if it’s real and actual, then acted on in a consistent manner, is nearly always accomplished.

Many of us get into our life through random situations and relationships that we engage in spontaneously and then weave together in as congruent a manner as possible, and we just kind of end up somewhere in life through a form of default, or we start off with a dream as a kind of vision for our life, and get side tracked or pulled into other things that lead us away from it altogether, sometimes into a situation that we like even better, or sometimes as a means of sacrificing our dream for others and putting it on the back burner for “someday”, or giving it up all together, only to end up unhappy and feeling unfulfilled where resentment and regret sets in and begin eating at us little by little. Still others get pulled into the currents of their life early on and never really had a dream, or looked for who they are in a relationship that they then built their identity around, only to have it shattered at some point along the way when the relationship ran its course, began changing in the fundamental sense, or ended altogether, throwing them into an identity crisis of some form.

We are all born with some kind of dream for our life that’s a part of our essential nature, and exists as the most basic form of spiritual guidance there is that’s meant to lead us into our destiny. Every soul has an energetic composition as what forms our personality, basic character, and identity. Out of our character comes a natural form of story as ideas, situations, and activities that we naturally “see ourselves” engaged in and doing somehow. We have various forms of desire for certain ideas that we feel a natural connection to. Ideas that we have a kind of innate love for, interest in, and curiosity regarding, and we’re always moving towards and into them in a completely natural way. We picture ourselves in those types of situations doing those types of things, and it feels completely natural to us.

When we participate in certain types of ideas and activities, we enter into a state of rapport and sympathy with them, uniting with them in body and mind, and have a heightened sense of being fully present in our own life as a form of natural concentration. We enter into an energetic current as a flow of consciousness where we lose all awareness of ourselves as separate and apart from our experience, and we literally have the experience of becoming one with something that’s greater than ourselves. What we dream of and desire to become one with as a means of experiencing ourselves through the feeling it gives us, we have an internal longing for that always keeps us dreaming of it and actively seeking it out in some manner. This dream as a sense of our life purpose, is relentless in nature and never really goes away, no matter how deep we bury it or how hard we try to ignore it.

To create a vision for our life means to recognize what our dream for our life is, embody that fully as an actual reality that we create in our imagination “as if” we’re actually experiencing it. As we imagine the idea as a situation or scenario, we imbue it with sensory information that brings it to life as an actual experience of it. We create details and crystalize it by asking questions like . . . what am I seeing? Then enhance the visual aspects in full vivid Technicolor. Then, what am I hearing? And create any sounds involved, no matter how small. Then, what am I touching and feeling? What am I smelling or tasting? What am I telling myself about my experience as my internal dialogue? Once we have a full sensory experience that’s sensuous and life-like, then we form a feeling of love for it, we infuse it with very positive emotions that make it desirable and extremely compelling. Then we allow it to take on a life of its own while noticing how we’re feeling and “being” in that situation. What parts of us are being brought out and expressed that make us become a certain “type” of person, and how we relate and associate with the experience. Who and how we become by way of the experience that’s different from the way we normally feel.

Once we’ve created it just as we want to experience it as an initial idea, we then incorporate it into other areas of our life to see how it will affect the other areas of our life, and we make whatever alterations and adjustments we need to in order to incorporate it in as congruent and harmonious way as possible. We keep reforming ourselves and the vision itself until it becomes a fully integrated idea that will work well in all areas of our life. If we can’t integrate it into a specific area or relationship in our life as it currently exists, then we know what decisions and changes we need to make, and what we need to give up or let go of in order to do it. Conflict and inharmonious ideas will only act to sabotage, contradict, or oppose the idea we’re going for and prevent us from achieving it. In order to truly manifest a new reality and way of being, we have to form an alignment with all areas of our life in a sympathetic and harmonious fashion, or they’ll act as emotional blocks and internal conflict, which may prevent our ability to create it or leave us filled with guilt of some kind.

Once we have a fully integrated vision for our life, we play that vision like a movie over and over in our mind as various experiences within that life, until we create it as a “thought-form” that acts as a virtual memory or actual experience of reality, that the subconscious mind can use as if it were an actual memory, and uses it to connect us emotionally and energetically with that same idea in our outer environment. Concentrated thought as an idea brought into form as an imagined reality married to its emotional equivalent, literally becomes infused with our life-force energy which generates an electromagnetic field and takes on a life of its own as a separate entity, and both projects and stimulates that same frequency as an idea all around us, and magnetizes or attracts and draws to us, and us to it, that same idea as a set of circumstances or situation necessary for acting out that idea as an experience of that type of reality.

We give life to ideas through concentrated thought imagined as a sensory reality that invokes its complementary emotion as the electromagnetic force of the material plane. All matter as subtle energy is formed and arranged into structured patterns by the mind through the creative use of the imagination. A desire for something acts as a unifying, self-seeking force. We only desire what we love, and we can only love what we understand, and we only come to know and therefore understand by uniting (sympathetic induction) and becoming one with it (forming coherence). What we love we desire to become one with, and in union with it we gain knowledge of it by being it. Love and desire are the attractive, unifying force as the most natural use of the will, both higher will and lower will. We always know what we’re meant to do by what we have a natural connection and desire for.

A fully imagined idea as a feeling, sensory, and emotional reality, creates the pattern of an idea as a vibratory frequency that possesses electromagnetic properties. Thought shapes light as essence into archetypal forms that become prototypes for producing an equivalent or corresponding reality. An idea or archetype that’s dwelled upon, concentrated on, and infused with feelings and emotion, is the most basic form of prayer as a request, or as providing a template for the experience desired that serves to organize the natural forces of the material world, drawing us into the same type of reality in our immediate environment (through resonance).

Whatever we focus on and give our attention to, we move towards and interact with. Attention is an active force that stimulates whatever it is we’re thinking about. As we form a vision as a desired experience that will make us feel a certain way, we can also realize what’s involved in creating that reality, and we can form a kind of process or strategy as a step-by-step process for producing it by connecting to it and interacting with it. All creation works by way of laws as processes that grow, generate, and produce living forms as thematic (archetypal) realities. So all forms as a reality has a growth process involved for creating it, as well as a state-of-mind as the “quality of being” necessary to exist within it in a harmonious and natural fashion as a part of it, and ultimately the creator of it.

As our vision becomes a reality for us and we can see the components involved that make up its structure, we can form the strategy as a progressive process necessary to grow, formulate, and produce it. Once this process becomes evident, we can form a series of smaller goals that need to be accomplished in order to lay the foundation necessary for it to spontaneously occur as a creation, and more importantly, maintain it as a new lifestyle and way of being. Out of these goals we organize priorities and which ones need to come first in order to produce the other ones as a form of growth process or systematic emergence and unfolding. Ideas grow, mature, and blossom. Once our process is laid out in a hierarchical format, we commit and discipline ourselves to consistently take action to achieve each goal, while cultivating an attitude of perseverance and mental fortitude that presses through fears and challenges, overcoming all that acts to prevent it, until each step is accomplished providing the basis for the next step.

As we begin executing our strategy, we’ll begin getting feedback as to the effectiveness of our methods, allowing us to make whatever adjustments we need to along the way. The initial plan as a strategy simply provides us with an organized process for beginning, and is not meant as a rigid set of rules that we adhere to even when they’re clearly not working. The implementation of any plan is always a “work in progress” that we allow to take on a life of its own as we begin manifesting it, and we modify and tweak it based on feedback, new information, or better ideas for doing the same thing.

A goal is always about producing a desired outcome, not defining the process necessary to create it. We have to remain flexible and able to go with situations as they arise, because a vision is a form of thematic idea that may not come about in the exact way we imagined it, but rather by using whatever is available and of the same idea in our immediate environment, and so the elements used may appear different, though they’ll be of the same idea and create the same type of feeling as the experience of our imagined one. The imagined idea acts as a prototype or thematic template for organizing and ordering ideas of the same nature. So they may not show up the way we think they will, but we can recognize them by how they make us feel and what they seem to be about as a type of reality.

So in order to create a vision for your life as a means of willfully creating and becoming self-determined, start formulating an idea about “who you really are”, what feeling you want to acquire, and what kind of life you would be living as a result, into a detailed, sensory reality that you feel a deep sense of love and soul connection to. Make it into an actual experience internally as a form of virtual memory that will serve as a program for your subconscious mind to connect with externally while also bringing to your attention anything that pertains to it as a form of coincidence or synchronicity. Integrate this idea into all areas of your life in a congruent and harmonious fashion, forming an alignment. Notice how it feels to be in this desired situation, and concentrate heavily on that feeling so you can recognize it in any situation.

As you live out this vision internally, notice the elements involved and what type of things are a part of it and build a creative process as a strategy for producing it in the practical sense of action steps or goals. Then commit to taking consistent action on each of these goals until they are accomplished and become real. Remember your vision is more of a “theme for your life”, and remain flexible through the whole process as it may not come about in quite the way you had imagined, though it will hold true to the theme of your vision and give you the same feeling as the one you fabricated in your imagination. Recognize any fears or inhibitions that may arise around what it takes to fulfill your goals, and be willing to push through them without letting them stop you. Avoid the tendency to make excuses for things that make you uncomfortable. Tweak your plan based on feedback and discovering new information that you hadn’t anticipated in the beginning. Adapt and adjust as you go along, and always keep moving towards it with a sense of love and determination, until it becomes an actual reality as a part of your everyday life.

Dr, Linda Gadbois  

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

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The Secret Language of Metaphor, Analogy, and Allegory

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The greatest secrets throughout human history have been concealed in a universal or metaphorical language, historically written as ancient hieroglyphs or symbolic images that convey whole ideas through the details inherent in a single composite image. What we call written language originated as symbolic images that required interpretation in order to be understood. It taught ideas while simultaneously developing intuitive ability necessary to understand them as a living concept. A person’s maturity and knowledge of the spiritual sciences, which communicated the laws involved in an idea, determined how an image was interpreted by the individual, which resulted in a unique variation of the same idea, that was ideally suited to the individual interpreting it, every time it was interpreted. This allowed for an infinite variety of the same universal concept, which is necessary for practical application of that idea in the individual’s life in order to create by way of it.

Sacred teachings were passed down through storytelling as an allegory, which, when interpreted revealed hidden meaning of a moral or political nature. Everything was communicated in an indirect, symbolic mode of expression. Their understanding of the teachings were based on their intuitive ability to discern the laws operating in a metaphorical story as the creative energies that expressed in very specific ways based on the laws governing them. Principle and law determine composition as a structured organization that functions or behaves in predictable ways, based on the patterning involved. In this way, by simultaneously developing intuitive ability to interpret metaphorical ideas, the person also learned how to readily identify the underlying idea operating within any situation, revealing the hidden nature of the person, situation, or event. The nature of an idea in living form as a composite pattern or vibratory matrix it was comprised of, not only explained its behavior as the principles operating within and through it, but also allowed us to predict their behaviors in any situation by how they naturally entered into relationship with all other factors involved to co-create a new pattern based on what properties they share in common, and the interaction it naturally forms by how they influence each other. Metaphor represents a principle or law as a living idea, and helps us learn to recognize what these ideas look and feel like when being acted out through a real life situation as a form of story that expresses a psychological pattern.

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Other metaphorical or symbolic images were used to communicate ideas in terms of mathematical properties that form a chain-of-association as analogies and correspondences that translate purely abstract ideas into physical equivalents, connected by the principle and properties they share in common as being of the same nature or vibratory frequency. Vibration, as pure energy or consciousness, contains natural geometric structures as patterns of light (created through movement), that form mathematical properties that have natural behaviors or functions in them. Law is energy as vibration that organizes matter into form with distinct functions and in higher intelligence, personality traits.

Much of the ancient wisdom was documented only in symbolic language, which required interpretation in order to be realized and understood, and as a result, remained secret or indiscernible to the immature, ignorant, or any person who hadn’t reached the necessary degree of spiritual maturity by developing their individuality under the guidance of a spiritual master or teacher. The other significance of using symbolic language which requires each person to interpret it in a unique fashion, outside of the intuitive faculty developed by way of it, is that each individual forming a personal interpretation does so out of their quality and level of consciousness, through their conceptual model as applied to their current life situation, culture, and formative conditioning, that not only forms a unique interpretation, but one that’s ideally suited for them, because it’s formed “by them”. Each individual will interpret the same idea conveyed in symbolic terms in a slightly different way, and all will be true because they’re based on law, which when adapted to unique situations and perceived by different individuals, forms an endless amount of variations, while still holding true as an expression of the law they portray. This works to develop each person in their individuality, which is the true basis of all spirituality. Spirit exists in a primal state of Infinite Variety.

When symbolic or metaphorical ideas are interpreted for us by others, and taught as truth through one individuals interpretation, derived out of their psychological model and make-up, it only casts a shadow of the knowledge itself as one possibility out of an infinite number, and often turns what originates as law or organic processes into rules which are obeyed without a direct comprehension of the laws they are attempting to teach. This method of teaching, as laws that are interpreted for us, forms dogma as static and lifeless concepts that turn law into commandments, taken purely on faith, without any actual realization, and serves only to breed and encourage ignorance in the most basic sense.

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A true initiate must make the teachings progressively understandable to the student in its symbolic point of view, and instruct them in the language of symbolism, the language of metaphor, as the original and only true universal language. In this way, no language barriers exist, because everything conveyed in visual terms and as stories that express the laws it represents in everyday life in a way that anyone, regardless of nationality, culture, or era can relate to and understand as operations taking place all around them in their everyday life on an ongoing basis.

Holy Sciences have been passed down from generation to generation through the language or symbolic metaphors, allegorical stories, and ceremonies as traditions for eons. In this way it remains alive as a dynamic evolving form that remains eternally true. In this way knowledge is passed from master to student through a form of inspiration that is understood through an experience that brings self-realization. In this way also, no true mysteries of wisdom were apprehended by those poorly prepared, untutored, or spiritually immature. It was (is) only apprehended through experience that brings realization as the channel through which knowledge comes as an enactment of the principles contained within and governing it, into everyday life as the story that conveys it through a direct experience of it.

Yet, in modern times, with the development of a stagnate language that has a standard interpretation and because people have become so removed from spiritual knowledge that underlies and governs all of life as the natural laws that form and animate it, even a thorough description that attempts to teach the knowledge outside of its original expression as symbolic ideas, still remains incomprehensible to the average person because they’ve not been taught to think in more dynamic ways, and have not developed their intuitive faculties necessary for comprehending the invisible forces that operate silently through what is in reality, the symbolic forms it produces by the tension and organizing nature of vibration itself, that’s always producing and maintaining organic processes. Both in the physical world of nature, and in the invisible realm of the mind, which serves to form and animate the physical world. Once we realize that it’s not the spiritual world that’s symbolic, and comes by way of an analogy of sorts, and fully realize instead that it’s the physical world that is formed as symbolical images of the spiritual realm, and that we can understand the spiritual through its affects or symbolic shapes that make up the physical world as the natural expression or correspondence to the spiritual.

The spiritual world is pure vibration as qualities and degrees of consciousness that naturally form physical shapes out of matter as concentrated formula’s or patterns, as the structuring mechanism inherent in vibration, that builds up form out of information (DNA) that corresponds to the quality of consciousness as function and behaviors that animate it through natural processes of growth and continuous development as an evolutionary process that undergoes constant transformation as an energetic exchange (of consciousness) with its environment, as a “range of expression” or potential being activated while others go dormant, causing fluctuations as stages of growth that develop us in new ways by how we express and therefore integrate consciousness, reforming ourselves by way of it.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

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Frequencies and Thought Transmission – Waves as Infinite Potential of Associated Ideas

We tend to think of thought transmission or mental projection of an idea as “sending” a specific idea or thought-form itself to someone else (from one location to another), believing that it will be “picked up” (received) as the same form of thought, image, or idea that we sent it as, and because of this, we don’t understand how it actually works. There’s always a translation taking place between a universal idea as an archetype (prototype) and the personal interpretation of the universal as something specific (one possibility). What has been made into a specific idea as a personal expression through the individual mind being is then returned to its “universal state” as a means of being “transmitted” through the invisible field of information that exists all around us and acts as a medium that connects everything as a cohesive whole. We don’t send the thought itself, but rather “tune into” that same type of thought, while also mentally connecting to the person or place we’re transmitting it to.

The wave as a frequency of information, can be thought of as a thematic idea, that has an infinite range of possible expression as an adaptation to not only the individual mind conceiving of it, but also how it exists in relation to their life conditions, specific circumstances, point in their evolution, mood at the time, and so on, all of which translate the wave pattern into a specific version or application of that idea as a personal expression of it or as one possibility.  This is what quantum physics calls “collapsing the wave into a particle” as one potential, or as converting a vast and unformed idea into a unique variation through a practical application which morphs and modifies it.

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Likewise, when transmitting information as thoughts, we have to return our individual interpretation to its universal state (feeling) as a wave of pure potential that’s based on the intention inherent in the thought, or the thematic idea of the thought as an association or analogy. Once converted out of a personalized expression and back into a thematic, universal form (archetype), it can naturally be transmitted through the unified field and readily picked up on by another who’s tuned into the same wave as a frequency while in a passive and receptive state, who receives the information in its whole form as a wave of potential for a thematic idea, and upon receiving can adapt, apply, and translate it to form a personalized interpretation of what comes in a purely energetic state, and is turned into an idea or thought of an associated or similar nature, though it’s a unique variation of the same general idea.

The error often comes when we fail to realize that our “personal thoughts” are only capable of being formed by us through how we adopt an idea to our mental model or paradigm as a frequency itself, that “selects” (resonates with) the possibility most appropriate as filtered through our belief and value system, and as applied to our exact circumstances, which is what turns it into something specific. All universal information as intelligence, exists in its wave-form as an unformed and purely potential state. Within the frequency of a wave exists a thematic idea, also called an archetype. An archetype is not only an image, concept, or idea in its static, abstract form, but also as a set of attributes, qualities, and temperament, or personality traits most ideally suited for not only expressing the idea by applying it to a unique set of variables, but also as the ability to act it out, by becoming it in personality and identity.

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Ideas have to “come through us”, in relationship with us, as our personalized expression of that idea in a unique manner. So they come with specific personality traits as a state of mind most conducive to actualizing them as a living reality. The wave as a theme of endless potential allows for a unique expression of a common idea every time it’s received and conceptualized as a modification that reformulates what’s being emphasized, exaggerated, pronounced, embellished, accentuated, and what is subdued, played down, barely acknowledged, or ignored all together. Each mind adapts and reforms the idea to their personal style for creating based on the intention that’s being employed.

So we don’t transmit or pick up on other people’s thoughts as their specific images and ideas as a personalized expression, but rather as the same frequency as a wave-form that forms feelings and mental impressions of an associated and corresponding manner. When we transmit thoughts intentionally, we have to concentrate not on the details or personal emphasis, but on the idea as a general mood or feeling associated with it and the intention that spawns it as an imagined idea or scenario. Once we return it to its universal state of pure potential as a frequency that allows for an infinite possibilities for formation by the receiver, it’s transmitted without resistance. As its picked up or conceived by someone of the same wave-length, it’s turned into an associated idea as a variation, that still holds true to the general idea and is of the same intention, simply born out of a unique application as an adaptation. In the spiritual sense of pure energy as consciousness, all ideas exist as archetypal prototypes that form a unique and individualized expression every time they’re utilized by the individual mind, which is what allows us to create within our life in a very precise, determined, and appropriate manner.

Dr. Linda Gadbois    

 

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