Learning how to Operate your Own Mind – The Power of Questions, Wondering, and Curiosity

One of the best ways to Learn how to use the Power of Attraction, is by Learning how to ask Meaningful Questions

We’ve all heard the saying “ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and the door shall be opened unto you”. But what many don’t realize is that this isn’t an inspirational saying designed to encourage, but is stating a law of the mind more as a fact in how to operate it. The brain has what’s called the “reticular activating system” (RAS) which is what “directs our awareness” and is literally “operated” by questions and inquiries of various sorts, and scans our environment looking for information that pertain to a possible answer. Questions and answers are opposites of the same thing. When the brain perceives information that may provide answers to our questions, it places our attention on them, we notice them, and we intuitively recognize them as pertaining to our questions through a form of association. These often come as insights, realizations around an idea, or as an intuitive awareness that’s a form of synchronicity.

Questions and answers are synchronized to each other, and are of the same frequency or nature. We are connected vibrationally to everything in our outer environment, and are always resonating with the information around us through attraction and repulsion. Activating same information by awakening and “vibrating it”, while having no effect on others. The heart center of the body is what connects us to our outer environment as our subconscious mind, and is what would we could call “instinctual” in nature, because it interacts with everything around us at the subconscious level. It’s always in a state of anticipation, and identifying what’s the same as we are (same vibration), and what’s not (like the immune system which is operated by the same principle and is regulated by the Thymus gland which is attached to the heart). All pertinent information from the environment (horizontal plane) that we resonate with comes into our system through the heart, where it’s distributed throughout the body, some of which is sent to the brain for sensory decoding, and the RAS of the brain directs our attention and awareness of certain aspects that pertain to the frequencies of our questions.

Whenever we wonder about something, or compose a thought into an actual question, we form a frequency that connects to the same frequency in everything around us, and sets into a motion a form of “seeking out the answer”. Even when we’re no longer thinking about it, the subconscious mind continues using it to scan and connect to the same idea in our everyday life, and when it resonates with information of the same nature, we notice it and it stands out. Sometimes we have a direct intuitive awareness of it, and realize it pertains to the answer, other times it seems like a coincidence that we’re not quite sure why we’re noticing it. All coincidences and intuitive recognition that are not investigated further or followed up on, don’t go anywhere. We have to discern and interpret it in order for it to have any meaning. We have to see it as a clue or sign of some sort and “merge into it” in order for an association to take place.

Most answers don’t come as a one-time realization, but more as one idea, that when recognized for its relevance and followed, leads to another idea, which leads to another idea, and formulates a chain-of-association that ultimately reveals the answer in its fullness. One idea or a notion often appears as a closed door, which has to be penetrated in order for the unknown to become known through observation and realization. It’s only ideas that we pursue and continuously form more questions around with every clue that lead us to actual answers that bring a full understanding. We only truly comprehend something through an experience of it.

Usually answers come that when digested and integrated into our current model only serve to form more questions, and so a single inquiry can set into motion a lifetime of learning. It’s only what we have an interest in and sense of curiosity around that engages and intrigues us that naturally forms the path of our development as a learning process that comes through direct experience. By realizing the answers in real life situations as the direct experience of them, they are automatically integrated into our mind, modifying our mental paradigm through incorporating them. All information obtained through experience becomes synthesized as memory and reforms our perceptual lens which readily “sees it” as a part of our outer reality from that point forward.

Experience, which brings self-realization, breeds understanding. What we understand through our own realization becomes known to us as an intuitive awareness. Intuitive perception comes as a knowing that seems to be an integral part of us without a direct awareness of why or how we know. It comes more in an automatic fashion. When we intuitively know about something as an in-depth understanding of its true nature, it doesn’t come by what’s communicated through its outer appearance, but is felt and understood inwardly. As we realize things through our experience of them, we realize things about ourselves at the same time, because it’s “our” realization, not one being explained to us by someone else or as an account of their experience that we substitute for our own. We form the understanding out of our own mind, and it automatically becomes a part of our mind as a new mental filter that allows us to see it as a natural part of our normal everyday perception.

Once we realize how this process works as a law of the mind through resonance (attraction), sympathetic induction (absorption), and coherence (synthesis), we can gain a better understanding of the importance of questions. Many times we ask questions whose answers would not be valuable to us in any way, or as a means of drawing those types of ideas to us by giving our attention to them. By learning how to ask pertinent questions whose answers would provide us with valuable information and resources in the practical sense of gaining knowledge that can be utilized to create in a meaningful way, we facilitate our own growth and development while simultaneously connecting ourselves to those ideas all around us.

Questions and their answers are of the same idea, and one acts to initiate the other as a pathway of understanding by merging into and becoming one with ideas in their whole form. They are of the same idea as a frequency (pattern), and answers are drawn to us through resonance, then absorbed by us as induction (experienced), and integrated to form coherence as a shift in vibration through the incorporation of new information. Anytime we wonder about something, we become magnetized with the whole idea and we set a process in motion to find the answer in everything around us. As we study, imagine new ideas, and wonder about whatever remains unknown, we draw knowledge of the unknown factors to us as the fulfillment of a wish.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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Mastering Your Own Mind – State and the Art of Transmutation

Everything in the material world is comprised of energy as vibration. All vibration is formed by movement as an interaction between complementary opposites of the same thing. All vibration consists of information and a self-organizing mechanism that organizes the information into a dynamic geometric pattern as a virtual reality that becomes the holographic blueprint for constructing the material equivalent as a growth and accumulative process.  Every idea is a vibratory pattern that exists as pairs of opposites that form a scale as a range of vibration that forms a frequency. Every vibratory frequency originates on the mental plane as a “state of mind” composed of qualities of consciousness that shape us and our outer reality to be a part of the same idea on different scales. Vibration as light (photons) exists as both a wave and a particle simultaneously, and forms both the inner and outer, the individual and its outer reality, the local and non-local mind as being of the same pattern as a theme played out on different scales and levels of complexity. The wave exists in a state of pure potential as all of the infinite possibilities associated with that vibratory theme at a non-local level. The particle of that same frequency exists as the physical body that the mind (wave/field) bonds to through resonance and sympathetic induction, and becomes located at a specific point within the outer realm of the same potential reality.

Vibration operates on multiple planes simultaneously with the same patterning as an archetypal idea that’s made into a whole thematic reality. Vibration contains an archetype (idea) as a feeling state, that produces thoughts of the same nature as concepts and internal representations that become the basis for creating it as a living scenario. Whatever reality is formed in the mind as the expression of the idea that’s adapted to a specific situation or set of circumstances, stimulates an emotional response to that reality which resonates through the chakra system of the subtle body, stimulating the associated endocrine glands of the physical body producing chemistry that adjusts it to the same vibratory state as the mind. There’s a constant back and forth flow of energy as information between the body and mind, keeping them both in a harmonious state of vibratory coherence.

This vibration as a feeling originates in the mind on the mental plane, and it’s within that plane that it’s altered, regulated, or transmuted altogether. The spiritual plane of pure consciousness (mind) exists in polarity with the astral plane of the soul (emotion), which acts as a medium between the spiritual plane and the material plane, and is comprised of combination of both. The astral plane of the soul, also exists in polarity with the material plane as it’s complementary opposite, which is what bonds it to the physical body, and acts to stimulate the matter of the body into activity and operates it through a back and forth motion as a self-perpetuating flow of conscious energy that simultaneously influence, modify, and transmute each other.

The emotions of the body (chemistry as a state) in turn produce like-thoughts as a perception of the reality they indicate, which produces a feeling state as a mood. All vibration moves between opposite poles of the same idea or thing as contrasting qualities and characteristics. An idea as a state-of-mind exists in polarity (dual aspects) as an electromagnetic interaction with itself from opposite perspectives. These complementary opposites are identical in nature, and vary only in “degrees”, not in “kind” or type. This range of vibration as degrees of opposites create and form a scale, much like a musical scale that we move along in stages that alter our state from a negative aspect (lower vibration) to the positive aspect (highest vibration) by varying degrees as a gradual movement of gradients. This gradient scale is comprised of very fine lines that are somewhat obscure as to where one degree or quality ends and the other begins.

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For example: Our state of mind as a quality of consciousness can be applied to the same thing to determine how we experience it.  Love and hate are the same idea (pattern), separated only by degrees that move through varying levels of love into like, with different levels of liking something, into dislike and then into hatred, which again, exist at different levels and degrees of intensity. The positive end of love, always acts to attract us and draw us into it, and the opposite or negative of hate repulses us, and causes us to move away from it. Yet on the purely mental plane, hatred can consume us with an equal degree as love can. We can spend more time dwelling in and thinking about what we hate, dislike, and don’t want, than we do thinking about and dwelling in what we love, like, and want. This is why from a psychological perspective we say that you can’t truly hate someone or something unless you’ve also loved them.

A good way of understanding this principle in practical terms, is thru the idea of opposites of the same thing as degrees of differences, such as hot (fire) and cold (water), which together form an infinite number of “degrees” as “states” that move from one extreme to the other of the same thing. It’s hard to tell where heat ends and cold begins, because it exists as a range rather than a finite point. The same principle applies to light and dark, large and small, black and white, high and low, and positive and negative. All are of the same thing, varying only in degrees of vibration as a range or unified frequency. A frequency as a “range” between extremes of the same thing, is merely a mode and rate of vibration.

This same principle works on the mental plane with opposites such as good and bad, love and hate, fear and courage, greed and charity, lust and chastity, and is the principle expressed in the seven deadly sins (errors in being) and the contrary seven heavenly virtues (divine way of being). These vices and virtues are opposing each other, and provide the key for understanding true transformation, not from one thing to another, or changing in class or kind, but moving between the positive and negative pole of the same quality or characteristic as embodying the opposite aspect of the same idea.

Transmutation isn’t about completely changing your nature or becoming a different person altogether, but rather changing negative traits into positive ones through an understanding of the principle of polarity and how to apply that knowledge at the practical level (bringing it into practice) and through discipline and active use of will to act on yourself in a deliberate manner, to transform yourself by altering your vibratory frequency. Our character is primarily developed in two ways, through a form of stimulus – response at the subconscious level of formative conditioning, and through a conscious decision that we willfully act out as a creative process that intentionally develops us through those qualities as a way of being. We’re always in the process of developing and becoming a certain way, it’s only a question of whether we’re doing it with awareness, or through a lack of awareness.

The goal of spiritual development is to transmute yourself through self-mastery by purifying your moral character from a lower, animalistic and ignorant and unconscious state, to a higher, divine and intelligent state. To move from selfishness and corruption to selflessness and purity. To use the power of our mind as will to intentionally change our own perceptions, thoughts, and behaviors to those that are constructive, positively creative, and beneficial in raising our vibration to a higher level which is necessary for ascending to higher dimensions through induction as vibratory sympathy or being of the same nature and likeness as the frequency of the higher dimensions. All higher vibration involves greater forms of consciousness as intelligence that’s creative and life affirming in nature, rather than destructive and killing life.

Higher dimensions, often referred to as heaven or nirvana, are pristine paradises, which can only be created and maintained by those of the mind-set and natural behaviors that produce and sustain it in that state. Those who are of a lower, earthly, animalistic and unconscious mind-set, are destructive, unaware of the consequences of their actions, and lack the willpower and discipline to curb their own appetites and corrupting tendencies. They mindlessly act or participate in destroying and killing their own environment through sheer ignorance, a detachment from the reality of their actions, simply not caring, and the inability to direct their own mind by refraining from primal urges.

Through an understanding of the Law of Polarity we can work on ourselves to transform ourselves to a higher, creative way of being. We can alter our state, which will simultaneously alter our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. We can recognize all traits that are being negatively expressed, and intentionally invoke the state necessary to move them to a positive expression of the same idea. We can transform fear by employing courage in its place and willfully acting it out. We can transform hatred into love, by looking through the eyes of love and seeking first to understand instead of judging and condemning. By learning how to produce and maintain our own state of mind, we can begin changing behaviors and perceptions that are negative in nature to the positive expression of the same idea and transform our experience of living from one of pain and suffering to one of joy and well-being.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body Medicine Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

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Intuition – Inner Knowing and the Quest for Knowledge

Intuition is the Higher Faculty of the Mind that attains Knowledge through Self-Realization

 

Our intuition isn’t necessarily a skill or tool we use at will, although it can be, but comes more as a basic way of perceiving and interacting with the world around us. It comes as feelings about things as a “direct and intimate experience” where we know about something without a logical basis for knowing about it through the internal experience it creates. It comes more as an inner feeling (vibration) that’s connecting with the inner nature (vibration) of everything and everyone around them. It’s more like a soul-to-soul recognition, which penetrates and sees through matter to the mental atmosphere within and radiating around something. Intuition is an energetic communication that operates through the fundamental Law of Resonance.

Our soul, which is synonymous with our mind, operates out of “inner senses” as our spiritual faculties that sense the inner quality about things, ideas, and situations. It sees through matter to the spirit or quality of consciousness that’s embodied in it, and expressing through it as a kind of personality or way of being. We can directly sense and interpret the feeling attitude that underlies and motivates the behaviors being outwardly expressed. What we perceive intuitively doesn’t have anything to do with the outer appearance of something, or how it’s being presented in terms of outward appearances, but always senses and deals directly with the motivation and true intentions as the feelings we get when in the presence of their energy. The energy of everything around us is constantly interacting with our energy by vibrating certain aspects of it, calling those aspects forth in us.

This ability to communicate soul-to-soul and experience the inner nature of something as inner resonances of some sort that either harmonizes with their outer expression, or contrasts it, is how we recognize congruence as integrity, or a lack of it that attempts instead to hide its true nature and intentions. Through this “inner recognition” of its vibratory constitution, we can also learn how to tell true knowledge from false ideas. We can know what’s real and what’s not, because intuition “about” something doesn’t operate through logic or rationalizing, but out of universal laws that are based on qualities that animate form as behaviors that act out a creative process of some kind. Qualities of consciousness stimulate us through feelings and emotions that always reveal to us the psychology or idea being played out through the mental impressions they form.

The quality around something as the feeling we get from it, tells us whether or not it’s true, right, correct, honest, real, and so on. This doesn’t come as a rational thought process about it or our own internal processing formed out of a concept about it that allows us to explain, describe, or tell ourselves a story about that makes it seem real, but rather as a feeling of knowing without knowing how we know. This inner knowing around something as an imagined experience that emerges naturally through the energetic relationship we form with it, either makes it seem compelling, attractive, and forms an innate desire to move deeper into it (we feel an affinity for it), or makes it seem repulsive so we contrast, disconnect, and are repelled by it.

The question then becomes, how do you know the difference? How do you know if your simply processing and perceiving things through your own mental model, and either approving or disapproving based on your ability to judge and logically understand it, or where you can’t explain it exactly, but you simply know it to be true and real as a form of inner guidance that’s designed to either move you into ideas or away from them? The real illusion often lies in the fact that while we think our ability to logically explain something or form a working understanding of it is a good way to tell if it’s true or not, we’re always using our own “model of the world” to perceive and interpret ideas, which, chances are, is built out of a massive collection of errors that’s only capable of discerning through the same errors that we’re mistaking for truth or facts. We’re always using what we already know or believe to interpret everything else in order to gain “knowledge of it” by being able to perceive it through our current level of understanding. So anything that can’t be interpreted (explained, described, and understood) through the same set of dynamic beliefs as fundamental errors, can’t be meaningfully understood or “validated” as being true using our model.

Intuition, which is the perception of laws operating within an idea can be felt and known through the “direct experience of them” without being able to explain or reason as to what you know and why. Because the intuitive faculty of the mind perceives the inner nature and working of people, things, and situations, as a recognition of their mental-energetic atmosphere, it’s always realizing the truth of things through their underlying motives. As soon as we try to explain what or why we know to give it meaning, we begin “reshaping it” to match our mental model, which is constructed primarily out of what we’ve been taught by others and accepted as being true, that we then incorporated into our belief-system which becomes our perceptual lens and means of experiencing the world.

As we come across “truth” as knowledge of some sort, using our intuition, which recognizes only the laws involved that are serving to motivate and structure it, we can tell if it’s true or not by how it makes us feel in response to it. All knowledge comes to us through a form of “seek and find” method as a “pathway” to knowledge or a chain of associated ideas that involves a form of research as a treasure hunt, or solving a mystery. Where we first have the desire within us for knowledge as a form of connection, curiosity, or fascination around it that involves us in the constant activity of searching it out. We’re always connecting to it and looking for it somehow, while steadily gravitating towards it. One avenue becomes an open door, that feeds our curiosity, engrossing us with a deeper sense of fascination, wonder, and awe, and we find more “hidden clues” within it, that when researched and investigated, lead to a whole new series of ideas of a similar nature. Through a dynamic chain-of-associated ideas, we are propelled and led into an ongoing quest for knowledge that can often last a lifetime. This quest never really subsides or leaves us, but serves instead to take us deeper and deeper into in it while expanding the “breadth of knowledge” attained through the realization of its interconnection to everything else.

It becomes, as the saying goes, “how far down the rabbit’s hole do you want to go”? Knowledge, like everything, is multidimensional in nature and exists as multiple layers that all interpenetrate each other forming new insights through the integration of knowledge that modifies and updates our paradigm, allowing us to see new things that we couldn’t see before. By consistently evolving our mental paradigm through the synthesis of new ideas, we begin seeing life in brand new ways, and can readily see things that completely eluded us before, or that we denied and resisted, and posed ourselves against as a result.

Intuition is how we perceive the world around us through its interconnection and wholeness. It’s the ability of the soul to penetrate matter and see directly into the spiritual essence of things as their true inner nature. This same penetrating ability allows us to recognize the truth in all things, regardless of what its outer appearance is. Intuition moves us into things through an inner connection with them (resonance). It allows us to see the truth that lies in any idea or branch of knowledge produced by an individual.  Where certain aspects become illuminated through an affinity for them that impregnates us with the seeds necessary to continue our investigation by allowing a whole series of interrelated ideas to start unfolding in a synchronized manner, and we step into their secrets wide-eyed and filled with a sense of anticipation.

Intuition makes learning and growing a passionate pursuit where we learn about ourselves through the experience of learning about everything else. All learning becomes a personal journey back into the essence of who we truly are. We can only truly “know” everything else through an inner recognition as correlating aspects of ourselves. One produced by our authentic self with the authentic, though hidden aspect, of everything else. Intuition works energetically through resonance where the vibration of something else enters into and activates that same vibration in us, allowing us to “experience it” as a quality of consciousness felt inwardly. All intuition is “feeling oriented” as a frequency that stimulates and causes a whole reality to arise within us as its potential for expression.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

 

Energy Practitioners: Working with Subtle Energy as Consciousness

 Feeling, Thought, Emotion, and Vibratory Frequency

The thrust of “Energy Medicine” has gotten off to a slow start that has often been sidetracked with endless practices that are born out of a skewed knowledge and understanding of law in terms of how “invisible forces” produce “visible (material) effects”. The problem is further compounded by the failure to grasp the true nature of what we call energy as it pertains to human psychology and the physical body. Just as there’s confusion around the difference between the mind and brain, and consciousness and the mind, there’s no accurate distinction made between the spirit and the soul, or the spirit-soul and the body. Because of basic errors made in in the perception of it as the paradigm used for understanding it, practices that have been developed to work with it in a creative and healing way, have been largely ineffective, and in some cases even harmful.

One of the most basic forms of ignorance comes from approaching invisible forces as subtle energy through the same laws that govern material manifestation, or approaching it from the perspective that subtle energy can be “manipulated” and controlled or redirected using the physical conduit through which it flows, meaning that the material body produces and is in a “causal relationship” with consciousness itself, and literally produces or generates it. This idea is a fundamental error in thinking, and like all premises that are formed out of an error, everything that evolves out of it is a reflection and by-product of that same error. The body doesn’t produce consciousness, it merely acts as a vehicle or instrument for it. The Subtle realm of conscious energy exists in polarity (the active life-force that inhabits a passive body) to the gross realm and operates according to opposite laws that are complementary in nature (electromagnetism), and act together through the relationship they form to produce a coherent reality.

The consciousness of the body, exists as the mind (soul) which is an individualized composite built up through an accumulative process, that first produces its physical equivalent as a material reality that provides it with an experience that’s formed into a memory by how it’s interpreted to have meaning, which is of the same “nature” as the mind that’s producing it, and is integrated into the vibratory structure of the mind, updating or developing it as a paradigm or mental model. This law of self-expression that produces physical realities as projections that superimpose patterns over the external, outer world, called our “perceptual lens”, reorganizes matter into a composition that “matches it” as an outer expression of an inner feeling.

Subtle energy, which penetrates the body (moves into and through it), while also existing outside and separate from it, is felt in the body as feeling sensations, that are actually stimulating various parts (endocrine glands and major organs) of the body forming a “corresponding state”, by saturating the body with the chemical equivalent of the vibratory frequency. Subtle energy is consciousness that has accumulated into an individual pattern as a model that resonates with the body, organizing it at the molecular level to form an analogous expression as the physical equivalent of the quality of consciousness itself, forming and determining the energetic state and health of the body.

In order to “heal” the body and change how it’s being stimulated and organized, we have to work directly with the individual consciousness as their psychology. Their psychology is the expression of their mind as their soul, which “functions” in a certain way as self-expression that simultaneously self-creates. A person’s psychology, formed primarily of values, beliefs, memory, conditioning, preferences, tendencies, temperament, disposition, and so on, as their mental paradigm, forms their perceptions and behaviors as their personality, lifestyle, and habitual routines that create and regulate their health and emotional well-being as a natural by-product of how they care for themselves and conduct their life. So anything that’s “of the body”, originates through the active and inactive forces of the mind. The material body is the passive receptor of the consciousness of the mind that forms (and reforms) it while operating through it “as” it. The mind is “causal” and the body is the “effect”. We cannot work with the effect as a means of changing the cause. We have to always work with the cause to alter and transform the effect it produces as its opposite, yet equivalent counterpart. In this way we can realize that all physical manifestations of the body are psychosomatic in nature (whether unconscious or conscious) and the product of the soul-mind that organizes and operates it.

Physical Manipulation and Emotional Release:

Many of what we call “energy practitioners” (which have no defined criteria for the title itself) works almost exclusively through various forms of physical manipulation (massage, pounding or slapping, tapping, stretching, hands on, electrical frequencies, vibration, etc.) designed to “release” pent up energy held in various parts of the body as tension, inhibited energy flow, and stress, believing or professing that it’s and “energetic cure”, without ever seeming to realize that the mental complex that produced it to begin with, simply reforms it. So while there may be a temporary relief, it’s often short lived and is simply recreated and reestablished as an energy block, congestion, or concentration by the mental complex that produced it in the first place. Because this approach doesn’t produce a lasting effect it’s not considered “evidence based medicine”, and is therefore labeled “pseudoscience”. This is the equivalent of the Sorcerer and the Magician, where the Sorcerer hasn’t taken the time or put forth the effort to acquire “real knowledge” of the craft, to be able to manipulate matter using the mind, and instead tries to manipulate the mind using the body. They go through the motion while never employing any real science.

Anytime an energy block is opened and cleared, it’s experienced as an “emotional release”. We experience a simultaneous emotional change that’s the result of releasing the tension held in a certain part of the body. Emotions of any kind, but particularly negative emotions, produce “tension” in various parts of the body. The emotional release isn’t the healing itself, but rather provides us with the pathway that connects the thought as a memory, stored within the body as the emotion of the memory. Emotions are always connected to thoughts as the “memory of the thought held in the body”. These memories, often called “mental complexes”, represent “whole patterns” as a universal theme (archetype) used to create a personalized experience of the same nature, converting it into a personal memory of some form. By identifying the emotion of the energetic tension held within the body, we can identify the corresponding thought process as memories of some sort “causing it”.

By working with the psychological aspect as the thematic thought process married to the emotion as the physical response to our own internal perceptions, we can “break the pattern” of the thoughts by transforming or re-experiencing the memory itself. Memories as perceptions that contain certain type of thoughts and emotions as a “story-line” of some sort, program our subconscious mind by giving it a prototype or template for producing the physical equivalent. Emotions are the chemical components of our thoughts. Thoughts produce a chain of association that simultaneously stimulates (produces and electrical charge as a messenger) the chakra system, nervous system, and endocrine system of the body manufacturing the hormones that “alter the body’s state” to match the mind, while regulating all functions of the body through the chemical messengers as “in-forming” the body. Emotions not only produce our behaviors, but alters how our whole biological system works.

The true basis of “Energy Medicine” is exactly correlated with the ancient practice of Alchemy as Personal Transformation that works on the body to reconstitute it through the mind. By working with the mind, we can change our perception, beliefs as thematic patterns, our emotional states, the chemistry that alters our molecular structure, and change how the biological system of the body expresses and functions.  The mind produces the chain-of-association that results in distinct behaviors, lifestyle, and physical condition of the body. All of this is done without ever addressing or working directly with the body itself, but rather using it for what it actually is . . . a feedback loop as to the hidden structure of the mind producing and maintaining it.

This is why Allopathic Medicine fails in the most basic sense to “heal” illness and disease, and Alternative methods are falling into the same tendency. Because they work by way of the body, which is simply the end result of a much more subtle process. Conventional medicine, which can have a tendency to produce more problems than it solves, fails to appreciate the true power of the mind and creative spirit as the invisible conscious forces of which the body acts as a mere vehicle for. They work through the fundamental error that the body “produces” consciousness, because they fail to recognize or even understand in the most basic sense what consciousness is, let alone how it operates.

Medicine of all forms has unfortunately fallen into the same realm as material science and often doesn’t even address or acknowledge the much greater aspect of what we call “material reality” that’s purely invisible, yet holds together and organizes matter into patterns that have distinct behaviors inherent in them along with a timing mechanism as a growth process based on “accumulation and integration” of information as memory that literally modifies and reforms the material body through the mysterious and unconscious process of cellular regeneration. By working with the invisible forces of consciousness and the individual mind, we can change the state and organization of the body, changing the nature of its molecular form, biological function, and genetic expression.

Consciousness in the most primary sense of the human mind, which is a smaller scale version of the group, species, world, and universal mind, serves to form our thoughts, which exist independent of the body and act as the energetic charge or messenger that operates the nervous system of the body. Feelings as vibratory frequencies form thoughts as coherence between the heart and brain, which serve to stimulate the subtle energy system of the body producing emotions in response to our thoughts as the chemical equivalent. Emotions are experienced as “tension in the body” that’s located in different spots, and is referred to as producing energetic “congestion” or “blocks” that prevent a relaxed and free flow of energy within the entire subtle / physical body. The subtle body is what regulates the physical body as a bridge between the mind and body.

Our emotional states tend to be caused by mental complexes as “patterns that form behavioral dynamics” by altering and regulating the chemistry of the body. Our thoughts (ideas we run through our mind) produce an energetic stimulus (sensation) in the parts of the body that correspond and are correlated to the thoughts (chakra and endocrine system) which produce the chemistry (hormone) of the thought as emotion. Emotions alter the “state and condition” of the body to match the thought, and are how thoughts first enter fully into and manifest in the material realm as a reality by how it not only forms, but also operates matter through behaviors that “act out” (express) the idea of the thought. Repeated stimulus as thoughts and emotions that we dwell in and continue to maintain  over an extended period of time form tension in the body as energetic congestion that form blocks, and eventually manifest as a physical malady of some sort. We can tell the nature of the thought producing it based on what part and organ of the body it manifests in. Thoughts that produce distinct emotions are consistently felt in specific parts of the body.

So to relax tension in the body as an emotional release, opening up and restoring the energetic flow within the subtle body to a harmonious state, tends to only produce a temporary affect, because the consciousness (vibratory frequency) of the mind, in a relatively short period of time, simply reforms the tension as a complex or pattern. All vibration as subtle and conscious energy acts to organize matter into patterns through a form of tension, which takes on natural functions and behaviors. Form which produces a system, always indicates the functions, operations, and behaviors it naturally takes on. So whatever form (material substance) is shaped and held together through energetic tension (mental complex), expresses in very distinct ways as creative and biological processes. The cause of all material manifestation is a product of the mind as the consciousness of the body. In order to permanently change the energetic expression of a system, and therefore how it forms and functions, we have to change the nature of the consciousness responsible for forming and animating it.

Vibration as a feeling contains within it an idea (pattern) in its latent form as an archetype or universal idea. Through resonance, it enters into (is inducted) and impregnates the individual mind (auric field), which turns it into a virtual reality as an imaginary thought. The imaginary thought produces an electrical charge in the brain that travels through the nervous system to alter the state of the body to be of the same frequency as the thought by changing its chemical composition and how it behaves. The idea as a virtual (potential) reality, is used by the heart to connect with that same idea (frequency) in the outer environment by resonating with it. By producing the inner reality and behaviors of the idea while simultaneously connecting with the means of fulfillment in the outer world as a co-creation with others and the environment, we willfully act to produce the reality of the idea as both an inner and outer experience of it.

So anytime we’re taking the approach of actually working to “heal the body” instead of fixing it, managing its symptoms, or providing a temporary form of relief, we have to approach it by acknowledging the fact that the only person who can heal the body is the person who’s in charge of creating and running the body through its perception, thoughts, and emotional states. All healing is “self-healing”. As Doctors and Practitioners all we can ever really do is provide the education or facilitate the experience that will allow others to do their own work and make the lifestyle changes necessary to heal themselves as a result.

The true way to work in energetic terms is to use the proper frequency necessary to induce the proper state of mind, while introducing a suggestion as an intention to form the imaginary thought as an inner experience of the desired reality as if it’s already true and happening (as a memory), which cultivates the proper emotions as the chemistry of the body, which alters its state as its vibratory frequency to match the reality of the thought. The mind and body are always in-sync energetically, and the mind is what produces all of the manifestations of the body, and is the only thing that can permanently transform those manifestations into something else.

Dr. Linda Gadbois    

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