Navigating in Higher States of Consciousness

- Navigating through hidden self

We have three layers of psyche as characterized by the minister Dr. Freud, a study of the mind expert and those layers according to Freud make up our cognizant (Conscious mind), sub conscious (Subliminal Mind) and the cataleptic mind, or unconscious mind.

The unconscious mind is often oblivious. While the mind is cataleptic, or comatose it continues to work mechanically. We know this mind is at work, because involuntary actions or responses occur, which comes from instinctive feelings flowing from the unconscious mind. This is why unwittingly we do things at times that often we fail to find an explanation. Our reflexes cause us to react. Our ID is buried in this area of the mind, which is also where our ego, self, and psyche resides.

The consciousness mind is a major necessity, which stores our tools to perceive, notice, realize, and become aware of our surroundings. If this area of the mind is interrupted, it becomes confused and disables us from achieving goals we set.

In interrelated terms, self-healing involves learning to love oneself...by loving oneself; one can learn to love others as well. The problem we face is that negative thoughts or pessimism thinking creeps in often, hampering the self from seeing through imbalances and its cause that hinders one from achieving his goals.

Before and during these actions, we must navigate through our desires to maintain balance and keep negative thoughts in check.

When we think negative, it robs us of our energy and livelihood, which affects the self. It spoils us of useful habits that we can use to develop the hidden self.

The course of action in self-healing is especially of great magnitude in order for one to abandon negative thoughts.

Pessimistic thinking often leaves the person devoid of energy or of oomph. If one's conscious mind is healthy and freed of anxiety or worries, one can live happy and healthy.

Lack of enthusiasm develops into unconstructiveness, which the person will find him or her self, disapproving his/her actions, thus doubting self and others.

Negativity is a source of evil we all must avoid. In order to overcome negative patterns of thinking one must consider the source. For example, resentment or suspicion is a source of negative thinking that will cause emotional disturbances. By meditating daily, you can overcome these negative patterns.

Meditation can help anyone minimize the wear and tear that evolves from pessimistic thinking. Pessimistic thinking puts a hamper on prosperity.

We can exercise power and self-restraint through the route of meditation as well. This is because meditation is therapeutic procedures that inspire the unconscious mind to reveal answers to our questions. In addition, meditation will assist us with self-development and help us to gain energy. Meditation acts as a stimulant for the body and mind.

We can also benefit from aromatherapy. Aromatherapy techniques assist with self-healing the self. The natural scents from aromatherapy and the massage aids help the spirits of an individual by revitalizing the soul and mind.

Down through the centuries acupuncture was used as well to encourage self-healing. Acupuncture is a natural treatment with needles. The methods of self-healing originated from China. Chinese people proved that acupuncture could assist with treating disorders or the mind and body. Acupuncture proved to help with the healing of the self. This is because the flow of energy is circulating freely upon use of acupuncture, which all the negative energy is liberated from the body.

The procedures of self-healing become earlier if a person understands all his embryonic or underlying potentials and intrinsic weaknesses. Once this person understands these traits of his being, only then can the individual work on strengthening the self by curtailing his weaknesses. Still, he must navigate through his desires to abandon negative wishes or yearnings that hold him back.

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