Understanding the Principles for Tuning, Activating, and Transforming our DNA

Our understanding of DNA, like so many things, has been formed from a very basic misunderstanding or incorrect perception. Most have been told and come to believe that our DNA acts as a permanent formula of genetic information that once formed from the primary combinations of our parents, are written in stone and can’t be changed. And while this may be true in terms of our primary physical characteristics that make up our body, which only utilizes somewhere around 2 to 10% of our genetic information used for building proteins, it’s completely false regarding the other 90 to 98%. What science used to call “junk DNA”, which simply means they don’t know what it’s used for, we now know acts as a form of etheric memory bank and bio-holographic computer for processing and deciphering living information to produce realities as memory.

While we’ve also been taught and led to believe that memory is a product of the brain and stored somewhere “in” the brain, we now know this isn’t true either. Memory is stored in the “empty space” around the body, which is comprised of and bio-engineered by the mind and DNA of the body. DNA, like the mind itself, is the means for resonating, absorbing, translating, and informing the space around it with information as an energetic and living pattern. DNA, like the intelligence of the body itself that it serves to produce, acts as an energetic receiver, transducer, and transmitter.

DNA and the Holographic Principle

DNA carries all the information of the soul’s essence as memory and uses it to create our perception of reality. The memory of our DNA is always interacting with memory and information of the same nature in everything else. While we tend to think of our body as being comprised of trillions of separate cells, the fact is our body is constructed out of a single cell that self-replicates and regenerates itself trillions of times, reformulating the genetic information in each cell to specialize and differentiate to become a specific part of a greater whole. Our cells and the DNA within our cells act as the “brain within a greater membrane” (Monad), as the intelligence that informs the cell and the entire biological function of very single cell, organ, and system within the body, is a hologram.

Each part contains the information of the whole, and the whole contains the information of the part. Our body really functions as a unified field of information where every cell is actually the same cell modified to a new configuration to produce a variation. While we still tend to view it through the incorrect materialistic perspective of thinking that we have separate cells and DNA of this part and that part, and that we can work on a single part to transform or heal it by “re-informing” the seemingly single DNA of that part, the fact is, all information being received by our DNA is received by every cell in our body simultaneously. Our DNA operates as a “wave-function”, not as an organized structure of individual particles that operate independently of each other.

The Principle of the Monad

The principle that governs our biological make-up is represented in Sacred Geometry by the Monad, which is symbolized by a dot in the center of a circle (the same symbol used to represent the sun). A cell is also structured as a brain within an invisible (clear) membrane. It took scientists years to discover the outer part of the cell that created a form of “container” or peripheral boundary that enclosed the cell, because it doesn’t appear as a visible structure. The outer membrane creates the permeable atmosphere of the cell and is what controls the movement of substances and information in and out of the cell. This membrane is comprised partially of a plasma-like substance, and appears as a “fluid mosaic model”. It’s viewed as a protective medium between the inner and outer that regulates the energy exchange as a form of decision-making process based on discrimination as to what it allows in and integrates as a means of modifying the cells state and chemical make-up based on the formula of information its comprised of, and what is prevented from entering. As new information penetrates the cells wall, it instantly changes the state of the cell.

This same model and principle represents the mind (invisible membrane) and the body, as a particle and wave that’s of the same nature, or the dot within a sphere. The same basic shape (dot) is expanded outward to produce the same idea on a greater scale and magnitude (sphere). The mind exists as an invisible membrane that surrounds, encloses, and permeates the core of the body, and acts as the “conscious medium” that decides what’s allowed in and what’s not. The core or center as our body is governed by our subconscious which is also the aspect of the mind that acts to produce the atmosphere within which the body lives and experiences itself as an outer sphere.

The outer self-aware and conscious mind, often referred to as brain consciousness, is what perceives the outer world that’s produced by its own subconscious as its shadow or reflection, and is the aspect of the mind that has the ability to discriminate and choose what information from the environment is allowed in and to take hold as the integration and assimilation of the information into the subconscious to modify and upgrade the model it uses to create the perception of reality, and what’s not, or resisted, rejected, and kept out. There’s a constant pulsation and respiration as the expansion of the inner core outward to become entangled with and reorganize the information of the outer environment to be of the same nature, and the magnetic acquisition of new information that’s then drawn back into the core for processing, adapting, and modifying.

DNA and Entanglement

The Principle of Entanglement basically states that particles (photons) that are “born together” or that become entangled (blend and fuse energetically) form coherence and exist as the same vibratory frequency or “state”, and even when separated by what can seem like great distances, continue to function as if they’re one. They continue to behave as if they’re the same thing. They continue to act as a coherent unified field. If you change the state of one, the other one(s) change instantaneously in the same (polar) manner. When DNA is taken from a person’s body, it still remains a part of the unified field and responds as if it’s still connected. If you change the emotional state of the person whose DNA it is, the DNA as a whole, no matter where it’s located, changes instantly. What we can think of as the “self” of the soul, exists everywhere at the same time, and is what produces our outer experience of reality as being of the same nature, and comprised of the same information organized as a “memory” of itself.

The “state” of the DNA as a frequency that has a self-organizing mechanism in it, changes both the chemistry and physical structure of the body, along with the “outer perception of reality” so that they are a field of coherent information. Our state-of-mind is what produces our perception and reorganizes the outer environment of mass consciousness, making it into a personal version. The inner information (subconscious and DNA) is what always produces the equivalent outer perception of the same organized structure of information as a pattern. Patterns (vibratory frequencies) are produced on smaller and greater scales as being of the same idea as qualities and characteristics that naturally form and animate the idea as a theme.

This has huge implications when we consider the idea of long-distance healing where one person can “work on” another person using a sample of their DNA through a blood sample, saliva, or lock of hair. By altering the DNA of the sample, it automatically alters the DNA of the person it belongs too. This also explains the fact that when we “acquire” another person’s DNA through sexual intercourse or intimate contact, we incorporate and “become one” with the information as memory of their DNA, and “take on” (are modified by) the same morality as qualities that change how we feel, think, and perceive. And why sexual intercourse and intimate interactions are considered the fundamental spiritual basis for marriage where two people become “as one”, and begin operating as a single unit. They begin operating as if “one mind”, and over an extended period of time can even begin taking on the same physical characteristics. Couples who’ve been married a long time can often start literally resembling each other physically.

The Phantom Effect – the Brain and Membrane

While many of us have been taught to believe that the brain produces and gives rise to consciousness, the fact is it doesn’t, it merely acts as the antennae for tuning into and absorbing information as various forms of memory from the environment surrounding and within near proximity of it. As the brain absorbs (sympathetic resonance) and processes information to produce the perception of a sensory reality as a unique variation, the perception itself as an emotional experience is simultaneously received, decoded, and interpreted by the DNA of every cell of the body, altering its informational structure, which it then uses to inform and restructure the appearance of the outer world to include the new information.

DNA imprints the space around it with the information as an electromagnetic field that transforms all other fields of information that it interacts with (resonates with) to be of a similar nature, forming coherence. This wave-function comes as a spiraling electromagnetic motion that reformulates the information available by turning some aspects on and others off. By stimulating some into an active and expressive state, and returning others to a dormant and latent state. The outer world of material reality is basically neutral and passive in nature and is reconfigured by the active consciousness of the person viewing, observing, and perceiving it. This electromagnetic field of information that arises and issues forth from DNA produces what we now call the “Phantom Effect”, which doesn’t change the material reality itself in terms of how others perceive it, but only as it “appears” to us. This invisible energetic phantom is also what’s historically been referred to as the “etheric double” or Holy Ghost.

As we absorb (resonate with) new kinds of information as memory (whether of another person or archetypal) and assimilate it, it becomes an inherent part of our environment and perception of reality. Every single person has a different model of structured memory and perceives the same mass-reality in a unique and varied way. There’s no such thing as right and wrong, or a correct and incorrect perception because it’s all based on the individual forming it out of memory as their paradigm. Our paradigm is comprised of the information we’ve metabolized and assimilated and automatically forms both our inner and outer reality to be of the same nature and organized pattern as a theme. Reality is a simulation produced by information that’s organized into the pattern of the individual’s holographic memory, then projected outward and “looked through”.

The Nature of Memory

DNA emanates, projects, and produces an electromagnetic field (toroidal field) that imprints the space around it with information as memory. It vibrates at the frequency of the active information it contains as its constitution, which has a self-organizing principle that produces a “spatial template” as the biological structure inherent in the memory. Information is constantly in the process of being exchanged, and we’re in a constant state of transformation and evolution from moment-to-moment. As we’re evolved through the integration and assimilation of new information, we organize the space around us to the same material structure, embedding information along a “path” in space and time. Our DNA is literally embedding information in the space around us producing a “phantom” (invisible structure) as an etheric form or unified field of information as a vibratory pattern.

Our consciousness, contained in every aspect of our being, is constantly interacting as a relationship with everything else. We “influence” matter as photons (Astral Light) into new configurations that organizes the outer world of memory into the same unified pattern as the inner world of information, because it’s the same mind producing both. As we take in new memory and incorporate it by imagining it as a potential reality, it forms our perceptual lens and filtering system for seeing that same idea as a natural part of our outer reality.

Space and Time

DNA, which translates information to produce a reality as the memory of it, leaves an imprint on the field of space and time as a “timeline”. The illusion of time is produced by memory, because if you couldn’t remember anything, you wouldn’t have any perception of time. The past is only “real” because we can remember it, other than that, it doesn’t exist in the present moment. Memory is not a product of the brain, nor is it stored in the brain, but it’s contained in space and time as a unified field of information that’s continuous and self-perpetuating in nature and is used to create the self and the reality of the self. The brain is merely the physical means for tuning into and receiving information as memory that’s inherent in the mind of the individual who also tunes into an even larger field of memory as the collective unconscious, or the higher planes of universal memory of archetypes. The chemistry of the brain is regulated by electrical disturbances in the material field of energy as emotion, and is restructured (rewired) accordingly.

Healing Memory and Trauma

One of the most prevalent mistakes modern medicine or psychiatry makes in attempting to “heal trauma”, is that if you change the chemistry of the brain, or release “emotion” from the muscle, that trauma will go away. Of course this never really works because the trauma is embedded in the mental sphere that acts to inform the brain and body through residual memory. The trauma, as the memory of it still exists in space and time and is still available and easily accessed (because of the strong emotion associated with it) for creating experiences of reality that are of the same nature. In order to heal the trauma caused by any event, you have to transform the “memory imprint” of it that’s located in space and time. You can follow the idea as a form of memory all the way back to your mother and father as the “genetic memory” you share that served to produce a new memory as a similar interpretation or way of experiencing an event, or back to the soul’s memory of a similar event in what appears to us as a past life. All of our experiences of our current life are produced by memory of some kind which provides the template as a thematic pattern for self-replicating in an automatic fashion.

       It’s no surprise to realize that we tend to experience the same kind of trauma’s or experiences as our parents and ancestors because our genes are constantly gathering information of the same kind as “perception” to produce our personal memories. Memories act as emotional states that produce similar types of experiences as a form of theme or general idea. It’s through the memory as a “path of information” or timeline that you can change your relationship to an event. All traumas are only healed by changing the memory that created it. All healing only takes place by working with the etheric body, which is composed of memory, and provides the energetic template for producing material manifestations of the reality inherent in the memory. All vibration as an energetic state has both a pattern inherent in it and a self-organizing mechanism that shapes the information into a thematic reality.

You can change a memory by reliving it from a different perspective or looking at it with a different attitude and emotional state, while giving the people involved whatever resources they didn’t have at the time that caused it to go the way it did. In doing so, we reorganize the entire field of information and memory to mean something different, changing how it’s structured as a theme or pattern, and how it acts to continue creating experiences as a result. We use memory as a theme formed out of an emotional state to “live out of” and associate with as the means of forming our present circumstances, creating more of the same type of experiences of the past over and over. If we change a past memory by creating a new experience of it, the same information moving up to the present will change accordingly, causing an instantaneous healing that dissolves whatever has manifest, because you can no longer “access” and use the memory to reproduce the trauma. Through this process of transforming and recreating memory to give them new meaning, we can release a trauma that has been there our whole life and played a major role in producing the experiences of our life up to that point.

Memory and Time

By changing the imprinted memory of the past, and therefore changing the past itself, it also changes the present and all events as memories that were of a similar nature that led up to the present as the “timeline” produced by the series of memories. All memories of a similar nature are formed as our perception by interpreting events and experiencing them out of the same emotion and meaning as the memory formed in the past. All of which resulted from structuring information the same way (vibratory frequency) to produce the same “type” of memory. Changing a memory of the past changes the future and all the “timelines” that resulted from it.

All current experiences that produce what seems like a new memory, is actually formed by past memories that we use as the means for structuring the information of the present to mean the same thing and repeat the same pattern as the generalized theme of the past. We make the present mean the same thing as the past and restructure the information available into the same pattern of the past as a thematic (archetypal) idea. As we change the memory in the present, we change the memory inherent in the genes themselves, and influence our family members and all others who share the same type of genes simultaneously. As we change the memory of our DNA, it changes the information we imprint in the field of the collective unconscious, making it available to anyone who’s of a similar state-of-mind, timeline, and vibratory frequency.

The Frequency of Emotion

All memory is associated to the emotional state we were in when we formed the memory as our interpretation of the event that created how we experienced it. Likewise, all emotion has a certain type of memory inherent in it as the type of reality we naturally form as the expression of that emotion. Whatever emotion we’re experiencing at any given time, determines what memories we’re accessing and using as a form of thematic template for creating more of the same type of experiences. As we dwell in memories of the past, we keep ourselves in the same emotional states as the past and continue to experience the events of our life by telling the same type of stories. Our DNA contains memory as our perceptual lens that’s tuned into and made active through emotions. An emotion will trigger a memory that has an instant, ready-made reality inherent in it and a whole pattern of automatic and instantaneous behaviors. The most primary way of tuning and activating our frequency and DNA, is through our emotional states.

Two Fundamental Emotions

While we can say that there are many different types of emotions, they all stem from two primary emotions out of which all the others come as variations of some sort. All emotions come either directly or indirectly out of fear and love. Fear stops us, causing us to freeze, pull back, not do anything, and become inactive, whereas love causes us to move towards the object of our love, become outwardly expressive, forms a desire for union with what we love, and produces an instinctual form of courage as protection. The subconscious is motivated by the ideas of either pleasure or pain, moving towards pleasure and away from pain. Fear has a very low (inactive) vibration, whereas love (active) has a very high vibration.

Cymatics and the Nature of Vibration

When energy as a frequency is passed through an object, the molecular information is organized into a set pattern. With a low frequency a simple pattern is created, and as we increase the frequency a more complex pattern is created. Our DNA contains 64 possible codes structured as amino acids that are made of 4 elements (corresponding to the 4 Elements of Esoteric Sciences), hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon, sequenced in triplets called codons. This indicates that we have the potential for all 64 to be active and expressing, yet we currently only have around 20 active codes turned on, which means there are currently only 20 known amino acids that are used to produce proteins. DNA works through a system of “switches” that turn some information on while turning other information off to form various formulas of information as the natural forces and intelligence that organize matter into living forms.

The switches for turning DNA off and on to form sequences of information, is emotions. Emotions form frequencies with a large range of long (slow) and short (fast) waves. Human emotion is directly related to genetic material and how it’s structured by what aspects are active or latent. In a like fashion, emotion is what organizes the information that produces our reality as the memory it has and forms the “nature” of our experiences. Just as an emotion shapes our perception of reality, it shapes how our DNA is sequenced to form the physical structure of our material world by informing both our inner and outer reality to be of the same nature.

       Fear causes a form of stress and tension that cause the strands of our DNA to contract and tightly bunch together. Fear as a low vibration is a slow and long wave form that only moves through and connects and formulates codons on very few intermittent sites (balance point of an up and down movement), especially considering these sites are bunched together, only activating and being able to utilize a few of the potential bits of information and qualities available to it. Those who live in a constant state of fear (anger, sadness, depression, inhibition, etc.) have a very limited antennae and information available to them. Love has the opposite effect and causes DNA strands to loosen up and expand. Love is a high vibration and has a much faster and shorter wave, and moves through DNA strands of relaxed and spread out, stimulating, activating, and connecting many more potential sites for coding genetic information as sequences.

Emotion produces a direct and pronounced effect on DNA and acts to keep certain patterns of information as memory active and expressive, creating both our molecular structure and outer perception of reality to be of the same nature and meaning as an emotional state. In a similar fashion, emotions effect and determine our thoughts, and our thoughts act to produce our emotions as a natural response to our thoughts. Our emotional state and the nature of our thoughts are always directly correlated to each other and work together to inform the DNA of our body, producing a matching physical state as our health and our perception of reality in which our body exists as a natural part. The outer environment and inner environment are produced by the same informational structure as an archetype or thematic pattern.

Phantom Effect and the Etheric Template

DNA acts to organize photons (matter) to the pattern of the vibrating frequency of the DNA and maintains it there, forming the “gap” between the spiritual-ethereal and the material plane. Our emotions directly affect the structure of our DNA, which physically shapes the world we see and experience. DNA affects and influences the material world in and around us by imprinting memory on it (Akashic Field) and organizing and aligning it to the same frequency and pattern on all scales and levels of existence simultaneously. DNA “informs the space around it” with the same pattern as an electromagnetic field (invisible forces) that restructures it by turning some aspects on and others off, forming an interference pattern.

Once an electromagnetic field is established and the memory stabilized, if the Physical DNA is removed and taken to a different location, the field of information that it served to embed in the space around it remains stable for quite some time, just as the etheric body of a person remains stable after the body dies. The electromagnetic field stays aligned to the emotion, perception, and memory that created it. Human DNA, programmed by memory as emotional thoughts, continues to organize the light (matter) around us by communicating and expressing the reality of our thoughts through an invisible field or wave-form. The body acts as a particle or material form that’s located in the space-time continuum produced by the soul’s memory, and the soul itself, which is eternal and non-local, exists as the invisible wave-form that creates and maintains it.

Entanglement – the Wave and the Particle

DNA and the invisible etheric form it creates stays linked to the individual no matter how great the distance between them because they exist as both an entity and a greater field of information. They remain connected as the “same thing” through an invisible field of natural forces as a non-local wave-form and a local material form that’s “everywhere” all the time. The wave as an extended field or environment and the person located within that environment, are essentially the same thing. They’re of the same frequency and thematic pattern as the character of the individual and the story they naturally tell as their experience of reality produced by a primary form of self-expression.

The soul, at every level, is comprised of memory and is what first produces then keeps itself confined to a time-space continuum as located within a greater field of possibility, always living out of the same type of reality formed by the same basic group of memories as the product of past life memories repeated in the present to produce the future. All time is a continuous flow of congruent memory as experience. The past, present, and future are a continuation of the same idea played out under different conditions and circumstances to produce the same emotional states and interpretation of reality as the expression and projection of emotions. Emotions organize information to produce a thematic reality.

Heartmath

The science that’s now referred to as Hearmath reveals that the heart, which is considered the center of feelings, emotions, and intuition, and produces an electromagnetic field that extends approximately 8 to 12 feet beyond the body, carries, receives, and transmits or projects human emotions, and as it receives an emotional charge from someone, responds with the same emotion. Positive emotion relaxes and opens DNA sequences and strands, whereas negative ones constrict and tighten strands into knots. Feelings of love and compassion produce a coherent state with the object of our love, increasing our immune response (Thymus and major nerve plexus is located directly behind the heart) by relaxing us and turning on more switches producing more active sequences. Hate and Fear tightens DNA strands, pulling them closer together, and shuts down the switches, making fewer contacts. This is why a positive emotional state is required in order to “conceive of higher knowledge” by being able to first resonate with it, absorbing it, and having it unfold in your imagination as a living idea or reality that you then comprehend by witnessing (observing) it. Negative emotions don’t resonate with higher vibration, and when they encounter higher knowledge, can’t comprehend it and corrupt and distort it as a means of trying to grasp it in in the faintest sense of the idea.

Emotion determines the shape and structure of DNA and how it functions in our body by what’s turned on and off. How information is organized into a pattern always determines how something functions. Negative emotions are destructive and incoherent. By developing the skill to elicit certain emotions on demand, we can literally “operate and regulate our own DNA and energetic state” and how our body functions as well as the nature of our experiences. Emotions have a direct and immediate effect on DNA, and DNA has a direct effect on the world around us and how we experience it to produce more memory as the equivalent correspondence of the emotional state. We have the ability within us to influence the world around us through our feelings, moods, and beliefs, and transcend the limit imposed on us as time and space as we know it.

Summary

By learning how to regulate our emotional states, we regulate all thought and memory associated with them, and we transform both our inner and outer reality simultaneously. We heal trauma, not by working with the physical component of the brain and body, but by transforming the memory itself that’s producing it and keeping it alive. Memory is of time and space and is what produces the illusion of time as the memory of the past that forms our perception of the present, and the imagined reality of the future as a correspondence or continuation of the past memory. By changing the memory, we change all realities the memory produced as a progression from the past to the present. This creates a form of quickening as erasing and rewriting the present to match the theme of the new memory as an actual transformation.

As we adjust any part of a system, reorganizing the information it’s comprised of, we change the whole system as a form of paradigm shift. This modification of the information and how it’s structured to create the pattern as a frequency of memory, is the true nature of personal transformation by changing the mundane and corrupt to the pure and virtuous. It’s how we change the nature of the soul which produces the etheric body that provides the template for creating the material body and its equivalent as the atmosphere and outer reality of the body. This is the true meaning of “purifying the soul”, which is comprised of memory, back to a virgin state, which transforms the entire history of the soul as an illusion of time and space created by the memory itself.

       All material reality, which exists in time and space as non-local information made local through a body, is constructed out of the memory of the soul. Both the higher human soul as it combines with the equivalent memory of the lower, animal soul of genetic heredity, form coherence and operate out of the combination of both individual memory and the memory of the group mind. The combination of coherent memory formulates the DNA of the body and programs and sets into play the outer events of its life as the reenactment of shared memory. Memory produces the body and reality as the means of self-creation through self-expression and the self-administration of universal justice as karma.

Our karma comes as repeating the patterns of the past as memory that produces our genetic make-up, personality, predisposition, temperament, and natural tendencies, as well as our life story. The only way to resolve karma is to actively use our will to transform the memory producing it by experiencing it from a different perspective and emotional state, then playing it out in the imagination repeatedly, anchoring it as a new version of the same experience. This creative process forms a new memory and creative pattern as a vibratory frequency that alters your perception of reality and life experiences, as it alters your perception of yourself within and as the creator of your experiences.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transpersonal Psychologist, Spiritual Mentor, and Mind-Body Integrative Health Consultant’

 

 

The Creative Power of the Imagination – Free Choice, Will, and the Nature of Memory

“The way to alter an outcome is to alter the pattern (memory) producing the outcome”

       In order to create by way of laws in a fully aware manner, we have to create a working concept of how the laws operate within the material realm that allows us to understand and apply them in the practical sense. Once we’re able to see something with absolute clarity, we can use it to create in our daily life and it forms the very basis of our perception of reality. In order to understand how our own mind works to create our experience of reality, we have to be able to self-reflect and observe natural processes and tendencies that operate from a primarily unconscious state.

Anything that we call “natural” comes as automatic processes and behaviors that don’t require us to intentionally produce them by thinking about them or using our will as a form of discipline to create. We’re always using our mind to create our reality, but because we do it without any direct awareness of what we’re doing or the realization that our experience of reality is something we create for ourselves, we create our life in a way where we experience it as simply happening “to us”. This is one of the most primary forms of ignorance that we’re all conditioned to believe, and as a result, we can spend the better part of our life feeling helpless to change the course of events and the nature of how we use those events to create our experiences.

What we call our mind is a natural aspect of our soul, and like the soul, is threefold in nature, meaning it’s comprised of three basic aspects that all play different parts in creating what appears as a single unified reality. The idea of what we have come to call “reality” is a bit elusive and misleading, because it’s formed out of our “perception” of it. Perception “is” reality in terms of how we experience it. While we tend to form an idea that matter exists in a stagnate and solid form as something specific and that everyone experiences reality in the same way (mass consciousness), the fact is matter in its primary state is actually comprised of particles of light that exist in a “potential state” until organized into a “form” by the mind observing it.

        All created material form exists as an organized field of information that produces the form as what we can call a universal archetype. The consciousness of the individual observing material form enters into “relationship” with the field of information and through an interaction of attention and resonance, the individual consciousness as a mental model or vibratory frequency, reorganizes the information to match the holographic pattern of the model being used for structuring it (information) into a specific “type” of reality as the “experience of it”. Individual consciousness doesn’t produce an entirely new material form, but merely modifies how the existing one “appears” to them. The mind is always taking a universal archetype as an idea and producing a personal version of the same idea as a unique possibility and variation. Consciousness influences and determines how matter is organized into a material matrix that forms what we can call the “illusion of reality” as a fixed idea or subjective reality.

While many of us have been taught that atoms exist as fixed systems that’s comprised of electron, neutrons, and protons, the fact is an atom exists as a “cloud-like substance” (wave-form) of pure potential, meaning it contains the information as possibilities for being stabilized into an infinite number of possibilities, and only becomes organized into one possibility based on how it enters into relationship with the mind observing it and acting to shape it through resonance. The wave of possibility is “collapsed” around a single possibility, forming it into the reality of that possibility as the person’s perception of it. Every single individual has a mental structure as a vibratory frequency that not only forms a holographic, 3-D pattern as a form of spatial map, but also contains a self-organizing mechanism that acts to structure matter into the corresponding shape of that same pattern.

Matter is neutral and passive in nature as a primordial substance that acts as an “empty shell” for consciousness as pure energy to enter into through sympathetic resonance, organize into the same thematic pattern as a frequency, and form a coherent outer reality that matches or is of the same nature as the inner reality of the mind shaping it. Matter is magnetic in nature and consciousness is electric, and together they copulate to form an electromagnetic field that organizes matter into living forms as the energetic matrix for producing the illusion of reality as both an inner and outer space-time continuum. The body, being structured by the consciousness that inhabits it and gives it life, vibrates at the frequency of the soul’s consciousness, and is the active mechanism for orchestrating the entire outer world of material form.

The soul is comprised of “memory” as the dynamic pattern of its frequency, and is what provides the subconscious mind of the lower, material plane with the template for creating as an experience of reality. The subconscious is passive and receptive in nature and doesn’t have the ability to make new decisions or act out choices to create in a unique and original manner through willful action that’s outside of its “memory”. In order to create within the material world, we have to seed the subconscious mind with a “memory” of the reality we want it to create and the nature of the experience we want to have by way of that reality.

Ideas, Archetypes, and the Nature of Vibration

All ideas and information form a mental image as the physical form of the idea that organizes the information available into a fixed pattern of some sort that forms a corresponding vibratory frequency. All vibration exists as an organized pattern of information that serves as a model for organizing all similar information into the same pattern as a correspondence. Frequencies exists as a wave-form that contains an infinite amount of information as a “theme” that can be organized into an infinite number of variations based on how the same information is structured and what emotion is animating and motivating it.

The vibration provides the type of information and the emotion is the motivating force that determines how that information is structured to create a certain “type of experience” as a story about it. Any scenario or live setting can be turned into a drama, adventure, comedy, or horror story based on the attitude and perspective it’s being told from. Any scenario as a material setting (field of available information) being “shaped” by someone in a sad mood, will serve to tell a sad story that will create an experience of it that makes them feel sad. Whatever emotion being expressed in a situation shapes it in a way that produces and gives us more of that same emotion. The material reality itself is meaningless outside of its ability to give us a “feeling” of some kind.

An archetype exists as a universal idea that’s thematic in nature (memory) and lends itself as a generic template for organizing matter into animated forms. An archetype not only has the basic type of idea inherent in its natural form, but also the operations of that form as a natural set of behaviors. All form that’s produced by how information is organized into a pattern, determines the natural function, operation, and behavior of that form and the outcome it produces through a creative process. To change the function and the outcome, you have to change the pattern as the memory being used to produce it.

       An idea as a material reality exists as a “memory” that comes to us in “whole form”. It contains everything necessary to produce and replicate or reproduce more of that same idea. A universal memory as an archetype is used by the individual mind to produce a personal memory of the same kind, varied only by how it’s adapted to the mental model of the individual and as applied to a unique set of circumstances and conditions. A universal theme as a memory lends itself to creating a personal experience as a memory of the same nature, and is returned to its universal status by how it’s integrated into the overall model of the individual.

When we form a memory of a certain type of flower, we don’t remember that specific flower itself, but it adds to our overall memory of that type of flower in general. As we create experiences that seem to be specific to the exact set of circumstances in which they took place, subconsciously, they form back into the general pattern as a theme that’s being used to create them. So each time an idea is applied to a unique set of circumstances it creates a unique variation of that same idea as the feeling it gave us through the experience of it. The same idea as a pattern forms a memory as a vibratory frequency that’s used to organize our experiences to be of the same nature by resonating with the field of information involved, reforming it as our interpretation and perception of it, forming a coherent inner and outer reality of the same idea and overall pattern as a theme.

The Nature of Memory and the Faculty of the Imagination

While many people think that memory is formed as a factual recollection of an event in our life, in reality, we create our memories in our imagination by how we form our experience of the event. We then use our imagination to recall the memory and play it out once again in our mind as the means of keeping ourselves tuned to the reality of the memory as a theme for producing more of the same type of experiences in our present situation. Our memories of the past are formed largely by what we told ourselves about the experience that made it mean something and formed the story we told ourselves about it as a way of experiencing it. The meaning and story we told ourselves about something gave us a certain internal feeling, and out of that feeling we formed our experience of it.

As we formed our experience, we also formed an experience of how other people are, the world in general, and how we are in relationship to it all. Meaning and experience, like the mind and soul that’s creating it, is also threefold in nature and creates on three levels and scales simultaneously. As we create our experience of others and the world, we create ourselves by way of those same experiences. We create out of memory of the past as our mental paradigm to produce more of that same type of reality in the present, which sets the basis for the future as a form of self-regeneration and replication.

        Our material body, which means the brain, heart, gut, nervous system, and all aspects of the body, as well as our outer material reality (the whole material plane) is created by the subconscious aspect of the mind through memory as whole patterns that form a theme as a generalized idea that can be applied adequately to any situations and circumstances to reshape it into the “nature of the memory” by how we form an interpretation of it. We’re always looking through the memory of the past to perceive the present and interpreting it to mean the same thing. We only look at the information in any situation that matches or is conducive to forming the same idea over and over, and we ignore or can’t see what doesn’t. All of our perceptions are formed out of partial information that’s been reorganized through our interpretation of it that forms how we perceive it and how we form an experience of it as a result.

We’re always creating out of memory of some kind while in a material body, whether it comes as our own seemingly self-created memories, the ideas given to us or taught to us by others, or memories as archetypal ideas we draw into our mental sphere from higher planes. The subconscious, which is the creative aspect of the mind on the material plane, needs a memory as a thematic pattern for producing a perception of reality as our experience and personal creation. We change our experience by either changing the set of integrated memories producing it or by creating a virtual memory in the imagination that acts to give the subconscious a new idea for turning into a corresponding reality. The subconscious doesn’t know the difference between an actual reality and an imagined one because they’re both created the same way in the faculty of the imagination. As we conceive of something we form an internal representation of it in our imagination that conforms it to us, and provides a generalized idea for organizing how we first perceive, then experience it.

Transforming Memory 

We transform our memory of something, not by intellectually reinterpreting it, but by emotionally creating a new experience of it. We reform how we experience it in our imagination, until we get it the way we want it, then we replay it several times until it comes naturally without having to think about it. Once we can recall it instantly and we begin thinking about it as a part of our natural thoughts, we produce what we can think of as an artificial or virtual memory that provides the subconscious with a pattern for creating as a reality. As we form an inner experience of it that’s embellished with sensory information that naturally elicits an emotional response, and replay it in the exact same way over and over, we seat it in our subconscious and it becomes a natural part of our psyche. By changing our memories, we change our internal nature, and transform the nature of our outer reality as our experience of it.

Emotion is the motivating force of the subconscious and imagination, which is the creative component of the mind in terms of its ability to shape reality. Regardless of what intellectual or conscious decision we appear to make, it’s the emotion associated with our decision that determines what aspect of it we focus on and run through our imagination consistently that actually creates the experience we produce. Thought as an imagined reality is creative, and emotion drives the nature of our thoughts and how they form to tell a story. If we seem to consciously choose success, but then dwell in the fear of failure, we’re actually (unconsciously) choosing to create the experience of failing. By imagining an experience vividly and with intense feelings, we’re literally giving the subconscious the command and pattern as the “type of experience” we want it to create around the idea of what it means to succeed.

When our three minds are not coherently “aligned” and all acting in unison to create the same idea as a reality, we naturally default in favor of whatever has the strongest emotion associated with it. Strong emotion acts as a “hook” that controls our attention and what we consistently focus on, causing us to dwell in the reality of it repeatedly. Whatever idea produces a strong emotional charge in us tends to control what we focus on and create as an inner reality by how we run it through our mind as an actual scenario or possible experience. Our imagined experience acts as a rehearsal and preview of what’s to come.

The Conscious and Unconscious Nature of Choice 

While we tend to relate to the idea of choice as something we only engage in consciously through a form of deliberate and calculated act, the fact is we’re making a very fundamental decision to create by whatever it is we focus on and think about. While we can say the subconscious doesn’t have the ability to discriminate or “choose possibilities” as a means of consciously creating, it does have the ability through our emotional state to determine what it is we give our attention to, think about on a consistent basis, and therefore use our will to create as an outer reality.

The outer perception of reality ALWAYS comes as a correspondence to the inner reality of the imagination. This is because both are being created by the same aspect of the mind through the natural laws that govern it. You can’t dwell in hardship and suffering by constantly imagining it as an experience in your mind while acting to produce its opposite as an outer experience. You can’t produce what “you want” by constantly thinking about and creating the emotional state of what you “don’t want”. Whatever we dwell in, good or bad, we use our will to create as our experience of reality. Even if we are a part of what exists as a primarily positive set of circumstances that contradict our imagined idea for things, we’ll act to distort it and make it into the same feeling experience as our imagined thoughts by how we interpret it to create our experience of it. The mind uses its mental paradigm as the means for interpreting things to create a consistent story about them.

Material reality in and of itself is not the point or objective of the mind (soul) in creating reality, it’s the “experience” created through the material means. It’s how we use whatever material means or situation is available to us as our means for creating the “same type” of experience as our imagined ones. The material objects themselves have no meaning or value outside of the one we give them. Things only mean what we say they mean. Truth is whatever we say and believe is true. There really is no such thing as a truly “objective reality” because all reality is created by our mind as our perception of it formed by our mental paradigm as our vibratory frequency, and is ultimately “subjective” in nature. This means that not only are we the one creating our reality, but that we are then subject to (formed and determined) our own creation. We are always “creating ourselves” through how we create our experience of reality. We’re always acting on ourselves to create ourselves by how our mind operates to form the entire material plane as our experience of ourselves within a specific type of reality.

The Nature of an Idea as a Memory

All ideas come to us and exist as a form of memory. They provide us with a pattern as all the information needed that’s structured in a specific way to create the reality as a material form of the idea. An archetype of a chair, for example, provides us with the basic idea of “sitting” that we can then use to produce any number of styles or different types of chairs. And idea as a specific type of form vibrates at a specific frequency as a thematic pattern that can be used to organize matter on any level and scale of existence. If we have accumulated memory of being “betrayed”, we can interpret any number of behaviors or scenarios into meaning we’re being betrayed once again.

We form ideas into realities in our imagination, and in doing so, “tune ourselves” energetically to the reality of that idea where we act as the channel or vehicle for that idea to express through and produce an experience of itself. By tuning ourselves to an idea, we form it as an internal representation that acts as a virtual memory to produce a live simulation as an outer reality that allows us to experience that idea and our self “through that idea”. We first act to reshape the outer world to match the theme of the inner world as its creator that provides us with the means for creating an “experience of our self” through it. Whatever ideas we become a channel for as memory that we embody, we shape ourselves through the expression of those ideas, and they become a part of our personal memories forming our essential nature as a soul.

The subconscious can’t tell the difference between an actual experience and an imagined one, because they’re both created with the same faculty of the mind. They’re both created in exactly the same way. Our memories of the past are the creative template for creating more of the same type of experiences in the present. As we think about memories of various sorts, whether those of our actual experiences or ideas we’ve been taught and given by others, we use them to direct and command our subconscious to create more of the same type of experiences within our current situation. We literally tune ourselves to the vibration of our thoughts as a theme for creating experiences of our self. The soul is comprised of memory acquired through an infinite number of combining various forms of memory to express and reform the same basic idea of “itself”.

 The Motivating Force of Pleasure and Pain

The subconscious and all memory is driven by emotional states and motivated by ideas that represent pleasure or pain. These two types of motivational forces can also be translated as being similar to the idea of love and fear, which act to produce complementary opposites of the same idea. Regardless of what idea we hold in our mind, the emotion we associate to it determines whether we create an experience of it as being either pleasurable and therefore desirable, or painful and therefore something to be avoided. Whatever emotion we experience in relation to the idea determines whether or not we create it or its opposite as a possible variation. Whether or not we expand and move into an idea with the desire to become one with it, or contract and move away from an idea as a means of separating ourselves from it.

Many times we say we want something, yet, at the same time, we fear it, and in thinking about it we create it in our mind as a fearful experience rather than enjoying or loving it, and we program our own mind to dread and move away from or avoid something we ultimately desire. These same laws apply and operate in an absolute fashion regardless of our ideas of right and wrong, and good or bad, and serve to create in a negative fashion just as readily as they do in a positive fashion, all based on how we imagine them and create an inner experience of them as a command, rehearsal and preview for our subconscious to produce as an outer reality.

Belief and Knowing through Direct Experience

It’s very important to get a thorough understanding of an idea as a law or principle in order to use it by applying it in a fully aware and deliberate manner. While belief is important until we actually know something as a fact through the direct experience of it, it can also lead us astray if we believe in the wrong thing, and therefore can never create the actual experience of our belief, while unconsciously engaging in creating the opposite without realizing it, because of course we’re the ones that are creating it by how we use our mind. We only truly know what we can do. All law is known by its ability to produce our experience of reality. When we’re asked to believe in something we can’t apply and experience, we invest in a fundamental form of deception.

A lack of belief in what operates as law negates and argues against something, producing the imaginary reality of its beliefs, entering doubt as a form of contesting its own psychological powers. It directly challenges an operation out of a lack of true self-awareness and understanding. When we don’t realize we’re the ones creating the reality of our beliefs, regardless of what they are, we imagine that reality is something that exists separate from us instead of as an inherent part of us. We believe our perception of reality comes from our ability to accurately observe and evaluate it from a detached perspective where “we’re in reality and it’s happening to us from outside of us”. While this is true in one respect of the objective reality of the collective unconscious that we are all a part of as the “original creation” that provides the primary substratum as a universal idea that we all use to create personalized versions, “how” we experience our joint reality is a personal creation based on our “model of the world”.

Once true clarity is achieved through the self-recognition of how we’re always using our mind to create, we come to know it as a fact through the direct experience of it, and we begin working cooperatively with it by learning how to operate our own mind and imagination. The truth is there is no absolute truth in terms of the true nature of “what reality is” in the objective sense of a generalized consensus, because every single person perceives the same general idea as a potential wave-form of information, in a slightly different way, based on their mental paradigm and conditioning as the memory being used as a filter to perceive it. The only way we have of trying to figure out if something is actually real or not, is if two or more people “appear to be seeing the same thing”. Even then, they’ll see a somewhat different version of the same thing based on what stands out and is emphasized and what’s ignored or not noticed. A unique version is formed through a filtering system that determines what they’re able to see and comprehend, and what they can’t see or comprehend.

The Nature of Will – Self and Others

One of the most prevalent laws there are as a kind of universal rule that governs both good and evil, and everything in-between, is that we can’t ever act to violate another person’s free choice and will. This isn’t just a nice idea or a form of courtesy, it’s a universal law. What this means in terms of our ability to create at a personal level, is that whatever we imagine and set forth as a vivid internal experience as the means of producing the outer equivalent, can’t involve another person specifically. If someone else is involved in our wish, we have to create a generalized or universal idea of the person as simply being someone of the same desire, karma, and will as we are. While realizing that when the experience manifests, the other person that will be a natural part of it will be of the same memory (vibratory frequency) and will as we are. If we form an idea that involves a specific person that won’t naturally play a part in that kind of reality, then we experience it as not working, or we struggle endlessly in an attempt to get the other person to comply and cooperate in an agreeable manner.

All wishes and virtual memories produced in the imagination as a request and template for creating as an experience of reality, should only involve yourself or a universal concept of another person who would naturally be a part of that same type of experience. Just as the realization that when we act to change actual memories that were formed with other people, we have to change their nature in order to act it out in a different way, because as long as their nature stays the same, they can only participate in creating the same type of experience over and over again. You can’t create a new type of experience from the same old memories as perceptions and behavioral attitudes. In creating a new experience based on a new idea, you have to leave the nature and identity of the people involved open knowing that only those who are capable of creating those types of experiences will be involved in the actual reality that manifests.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transpersonal Psychologist, Spiritual Mentor, and Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant

 

 

The Art of Self-Creation and the Power of an “Ideal”

In order to “create” something in a deliberate and intentional manner, we have to start by formulating an idea of what it is we’re creating and reason we’re creating it. As with any creative process, we have to start with an idea as an “ideal” of what we’re aspiring towards that moves us from a current condition or character, to a more desired one, that requires us to “transform” it. We have to create a firm idea of what we’re “acting on ourselves” to create. So in recognizing an undesirable trait or tendency, one that we don’t like and want to change, we have to simultaneously formulate in our mind the trait we want to replace it with. We have to form a clear idea of where, how, and who we are now, in our present state, and also where, who, and how we’ll be in our desired state. In this way, we take a common idea of ourselves and we evolve it into a higher state as a perfected and fully developed idea.

Many people have been taught to take a negative attitude towards the idea of “perfection”, usually interpreting it to mean someone else’s idea for us, or some kind of standard set by others or society in an attempt to make us “feel as if we’re never good enough” and keeping us always trying to become what others (people, organizations, society) want us to be in order to fit in and conform, while of course, never really “measuring up”. But perfection in its positive use is a standard we create and set for ourselves, and use to hold ourselves to as a means of developing ourselves in very direct ways. In order to become the person we aspire to be, we have to become self-determined and discipline ourselves to refrain from old behaviors while employing new ones in their place. In order to grow and develop ourselves into a higher and more mature state, we have to form an idea of what that state is, and what current beliefs, attitudes, traits, tendencies, habits, behaviors, etc., contradict it and therefore act to prevent it.

We then have to form an idea of how those traits need to be transformed by employing complementary and opposite traits in their stay. All transformation, which is really a process of equilibrating forces that are active in our life, is undertaken through an understanding of sympathy and antipathy. By realizing and deciding which characteristics we’re currently employing that prevent us from becoming who we desire to be and know, because of this innate desire, we can employ the lawful process for changing it in a conscious and deliberate way. So knowing this, we have to learn how to undergo a creative process of any kind by first designing a detailed idea of what we’re actually creating, as well as what aspects we’ll transform as a means of creating it. Then we can use each end of the equation as a form of feedback to evaluate our progress from one idea to another.

An ideal is where we take a basic idea and we develop it to be the best it can be in all aspects that are involved in composing it, so that it requires activation and use of our highest potential in order to achieve. It can also come as a process of removing all activity from a quality currently being expressed, and place our attention instead on latent potential, activating it, and bring it into expression by embodying it and using it in our life to create experiences that are of a new and different nature. But either way, what we’re talking about as a form of basic growth and development is a process of transformation from what is to what will be, as an evolutionary process that we initiate and undertake by way of will, imagination, and action. Anything that’s created in an intentional manner has to first be imagined. We’re only truly capable of doing what we can first imagine and see ourselves doing. By imagining it as a reality and an experience of it, we produce a kind of template for the subconscious that’s necessary for acting it out by “becoming it”.

All self-creation in the normal sense is a form of transformation because we’re always starting with or working out of our “self” as we’re already created, and simply continue the creative process of intentionally becoming. How we are created initially takes place as a natural, predominately unconscious process of formative conditioning, that’s sets the basis for what’s referred to as our “second birth” or “spiritual awakening”, where we pick up the unconscious process of self-creation, and produce  or undertake it with a sense of full self-awareness. This process requires us to become fully aware and use our will to become creative in situations where we were normally being created in an unconscious manner. Through this process of transformation from an unconscious state to one of self-awareness, where we realize how we’ve been shaped through various processes up to this point, we can work by way of the same processes while maintaining full awareness and exercising various forms of discipline to control what was previously operating in us as unconscious tendencies and employ conscious ones in their place.

Any idea that’s not turned into an “ideal”, requiring you to aspire towards it, kills the life-force within you as your creative will. In this same light, every idea that’s made into an ideal as the highest possibility for that idea, requires conscious use of your life-force and willpower in order to create it. In order to grow and develop ourselves in new ways, we have to awaken and make active what was up to this point latent within us as unused potential. If we choose not to, and simply keep living out of our “conditioned self”, created in a haphazard way by others through a form of default due to our upbringing, then these forces as latent potential remain dormant and eventually become inaccessible because our identity becomes so habituated and fixed, that we can’t imagine ourselves being any other way. We become so identified with our stories about things as a way of being, that we can’t (don’t want to) let go of them, because we won’t “know who we are” without them. At this point in our life, usually mid-life, change at the most fundamental level becomes an identity crisis that can throw us into a tail-spin that we never fully recover from.

As we develop ourselves through our spiritual consciousness of true self-awareness, we act to return our “fixed mindset” to a more fluid and creative state where we’re always in the process of becoming by systematically employing new perspectives and new behaviors that cultivate new aspects within us. Employing new ways of being makes us fluent, lean, and flexible, and able to readily adapt to new situations by employing the behaviors most appropriate for creating within that situation as a primary means of personal growth that increases our capacity for expression and maximizes our full potential.

So when becoming conscious and self-aware of your own life, and commanding your creative abilities to self-create, you must start by creating an ideal of yourself as perfected or as your “highest possibility” for utilizing your full potential. This ideal becomes a vision for your life as an image of yourself in terms of how you sense yourself and the identity you form by way of it. To create standards as a form of “moral code” that you hold yourself to without compromising, is the key to higher, intentional development that prevents you from cowering, giving in to weaknesses, or changing your mind mid-stream when maintaining the new standard becomes difficult or inconvenient.

Once this ideal of yourself is firmly formed in your mind it provides a template for designing a strategy for implementing and creating it. This strategy needs to be broken down into a step-by-step process of logical progression that’s implemented gradually and consistently in stages and by working with single aspects at a time that make up the whole, and setting a reasonable time-frame for accomplishing one before moving onto another. The accomplishment of one transformed trait lays the foundation necessary for the next as a synchronistic flow of growth that lays the foundation of an accumulative, building process.

Change that takes place gradually, is readily integrated and synthesized into your mental paradigm, and can be attained without an arduous struggle or heavy sense of suffering, which always accompanies change of our fundamental habits or ways of being. Because we become aware of what we previously engaged in without awareness, it acts to amplify or intensify the feelings involved. We can also gain an awareness of the forces at work that served to motivate and maintain the behavior, giving us a new form of self-awareness that can simultaneously produce a heightened sense of struggling to exercise direct control over them by abstaining or refraining, while simultaneously replacing them with new behaviors that take a while to grow accustomed to and fail in the most basic sense to satisfy the reasons we had for producing and maintaining the old behavior.  A new behavior has to be implemented willfully for a period of time, roughly forty days or six weeks, before it becomes natural, build into the muscle, and we begin doing it in an automatic fashion.

Anytime we look to transform a habitual attitude and behavior of some kind, we have to become aware of the reason we had for maintaining that behavior. What need or desire does it serve to satisfy? What kind of stimulation triggers it in us automatically? What attitudes in others appeal to it and bring it out in us? What is the behavior or attitude a natural response to? What is the reason we have for maintaining it? As we become clear on why we developed the tendency as a behavior, we can either transform the desire and need motivating it through the awareness itself, or we can find a different, more productive and beneficial behavior to satisfy the same need. As we choose a new quality and behavior to employ in its place, we can form a clear idea around the reason we’re choosing to employ it, what it will do for us, and how it will change the nature of our experiences as a result. We always have to become clear on the reasons we have for doing whatever it is we’re doing, and at the same time use this reason to gauge and evaluate the accuracy of the results it produces, making any necessary adjustments until we get it to where it produces consistent results.  We have to transform the “reason” for the change as well as the actual change itself.

Once the new idea, perspective, and behaviors become natural and easy to maintain, we’re ready to implement another step. We should not do more than one at a time, because concentrated thought is the key to manifesting physical realities as the expression of an idea, and we want to avoid creating a feeling of suffering, or missing and longing for what we’re giving up. One of the most notorious ways we sabotage ourselves right from the beginning, is by attempting to much change all at once, which makes it overwhelming and creates a feeling of constant struggle and suffering that makes the change seem ungratifying or somehow worse than the previous state.

Change undertaken gradually allows for constant modifications to our paradigm, which then acts to naturally produce and maintain the change as a part of our normal consciousness. Trying to change too much to fast doesn’t properly establish the paradigm necessary to naturally produce and maintain a new way of being as a natural and automatic function. Once a paradigm shift takes place through the integration of the small change, it’s modified and able to support continued change as a natural growth process. The change itself can now be described, explained and defined by the paradigm creating it as being of the same nature and thereby naturally producing a consistent experience of reality as the actualization and outer perception of the change.

This transformative process operates according to law and is the case whether we’re talking about a person, relationship, situation, or business. Change that’s gradual is easily incorporated and goes unnoticed. It’s readily adapted and adjusted to as a form of equalization that reinstates harmony within the system, setting the foundation necessary for the next step of a larger process to be implemented. Small changes incorporated consistently produce slight modification as a synchronized movement that acts naturally to adjust the whole system to support it. If change is introduced without allowing time for adjustment and modification as a new function requiring the whole system, then as soon as it hits a point where it’s not supported, the system “acts on it” (the change) to transform it according to the system, and back into its original behavior.

All natural processes are produced by our paradigm and our capacity to create in a way that’s consistent and thoroughly maintained, which only comes by way of our paradigm. All “permanent change” requires modification and reformation of our mental paradigm. Without it, at some point, we relapse and fall back into the old behavior and way of doing things. All change should be designed by us, because it’s only us that have the true ability to act on ourselves to create ourselves. All change needs to work in harmony with existing natural tendencies already inherent in us in a congruent and harmonious manner of cooperation, by simply employing those same tendencies in a new manner and by way of new means. Change that goes against our nature and contradicts our values and beliefs, can’t actually be produced by us in a natural fashion, nor maintained for any extended period of time. So the “ideal” created as a “model” for self-creating, should always comply and be harmonious with our values and beliefs. We should approach all desired change by first addressing our values and beliefs regarding it by examining them thoroughly, identifying where the contradiction takes place, then adjust all aspects until they are congruent with one another and interact in a harmonious fashion to produce a consistent experience of reality.

We also have to notice what emotions play out in any situation and act to control not only our thought process, but also our automatic behaviors. If we have strong emotions that contradict and undermine what we’re attempting to implement, then the emotions tend to win out by sabotaging all conscious efforts through automatic behaviors. We have to instead identify our own emotional reactions to certain ideas, gaining awareness around them, and then forming new associations to our desired change, removing triggers around them that activate negative emotions in response to them, while intentionally associating positive emotions to our desired change. Making the idea compelling by infusing it with positive emotions and associations is crucial for producing change out of a strong desire for it while associating very positive and gratifying ideas or experiences with it. This also acts to create how we experience the change, which is the same feeling we infuse the reality of the change with, and its accomplishment or attainment will simply act to give us more of that same feeling.

The change desired should always be undertaken with a sense of enthusiasm and form of excitement that gives us a sense of joy and contentment around it. In this way, once the change is established as our reality, it serves to give us more of that same feeling. If we pursue something from an experience of stress, suffering, loss, or feeling overwhelmed, attaining it simply creates the experience that promotes that feeling and keeps it going through the attempt to maintain it. We have to not only serve to “create it”, but also act naturally and without thought or effort to “maintain it”. It has to become a natural part of our make-up that’s all done in a natural fashion.

The feeling we form around an idea, shapes how we experience that idea as a personal reality. So it’s important to gain awareness around the reason for the change. Form clarity as to what the change will give us, how we’ll benefit from it, and what will it allow us to do that we currently can’t, and so on. So if we decide, for example, to transform fear of some kind into courage, we have to identify how we’ll benefit from that and what it will produce in our life as a result. We have to cultivate the idea of courage in a way that makes us fall in love with ourselves for being that way. We have to focus all of our attention away from what made us feel afraid and onto how we’ll benefit by creating the experience of courage and what it’ll bring into our life as a result. We have to actively and intentionally choose courage in place of fear, and act it out in order to change our experience of ourselves and the nature of our reality.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Spiritual Mentor, Personal Transformation Coach, and Integrative Mind-Body Consultant