My work with private clients: shapes for the expanded mind
By Jon Rappoport
What I’m about to describe I’ve seen happen with certain clients, in my consulting practice.
Consider some typical aspects of mind: memory, analysis of data, storage of data, beliefs, perception-filters. Ordinarily, these aspects exist as relatively quiescent compartments. They overlap when necessary.
However, this changes when a person decides to pursue a large enterprise or great adventure with deep passion.
Now the separate compartments are all enlisted in the aid of the enterprise.
They come together. The compartments feed each other. Useful data appear. Beliefs change. Perception-filters drop away or shift so the person is seeing the future he desires.
The mind rearranges itself to fit the passion and the enterprise. A person realizes that his mind has always been able to do this. It “has been waiting” for the call.
We are now talking about “inner connected being.”
It turns out that the mind has always been adaptable to a great enterprise. It waits, the wheels spin, small problems are solved—but then when The Big One comes along, the mind rearranges. It feels, so to speak, the wind blowing from the top of the mountain, and with this signal, it makes its moves. It clears its decks. It shifts its shapes to align with the great adventure.
The mind has various states, but they aren’t defined as researchers normally analyze and catalog them. The mind can be pedestrian, and it can be rocket. It can be asleep, and it can be marvelously alert. It can submit, for review, average and repetitive data, or it can send up unusual and vital data.
The mind cannot be externally programmed to yield great encouragement and cooperation and shape-changes—because it is naturally tuned to another exclusive source: the power within.
This is the key. The mind is intimately connected with the individual. It has always been the case.
This relationship is dynamic. The mind, at its peak, is ALWAYS ABOUT THE FUTURE.
And what opens up the vista of that future is the person himself and his dreams, visions, and passions. These factors can’t be faked or “injected” from the outside with any staying power.
When a person, inspired by his own inner vision, decides to take major action to make that vision into a reality, the mind, like a quiet object sitting in a disused hangar at an old airstrip, suddenly opens many parts of itself and a gleaming space ship emerges. The mind is ready. It has been ready for a long time.
The entire basis of thought changes.
Habits are broken.
The egg of stultifying every-day activity is cracked.
The mind assumes the shapes necessary for the great journey.
Filed under: Uncategorized Jon Rappoport has worked as a free-lance investigative reporter for over 30 years. http://nomorefakenews.com/