In order for us to take advantage of the increased energy that is now being showered upon us, we have to work at being available. We need to become more consciously aware of how we think, speak, feel and act, and realize how we are unconsciously using our energy throughout the day, with unnecessary mind chatter and choose to stop it, we become available to receiving. Otherwise our mind is busy with needless chatter and not available for anything else. This is not an easy thing to do, our mind proves its worth by producing consistent thought, it’s the ‘I think therefore I AM’ principle. I AM THAT I AM, therefore I can choose to think or not, is who we really are, the choice is up to us. we need to be in charge. Meditation is one of the best ways to practice stilling our mind and it does take practice. Stopping habitual thinking can be assisted by using ‘I DON’T DO THAT ANY MORE, I AM FEELING GOOD” when we become conscious of habitual chatter, every little bit helps. The goal is availability, the less unnecessary thought, the more valuable
information will be ours. If you want it, you need to work at it. It’s time to be more receptive. Here is some inspiration and directive for us to consider.
You’ve got to make yourself available.
So how do you make yourself available to the in-forming flows from the Akasha Dimension? The good news is that there are many ways. The bad news is that it won’t happen just by wishing it would. It is both the simplest and most natural thing in the world and at the same time requires focus, attention, and above all, practice. And no, you don’t have to become a yogi to master this — after all, the fish and the starlings already know how. It’s just that our mind won’t shut off, something the bird brains don’t have to worry about. We’re constantly cluttering our consciousness with a stream of commentary about what is going on in our lives, moment by moment. As soon as we reflect on what is going on or think about it in any way, we are no longer in tune, no longer living in the moment. We are thinking about what just happened, distilling it into words and freezing the moment so that we can reflect on it. This lands us just behind the present, always catching up to it, thinking about everything that just happened as it is just happening.
But if you can turn off what psychologists call “the monkey mind” — that part of your consciousness that keeps up the constant chatter in your head, commenting on everything — then you start to make yourself more available to the information flows from the Akasha Dimension. Quieting the monkey mind, releasing into the moment (without the need to “do anything” with it, just being present — fully present), and then allowing your perceptions to flow with whatever arises in your field of awareness… this is the practice. Three simple steps that you can spend a lifetime cultivating. The end result is greater flow with what’s going on in your life, greater coherence with yourself, with others, with nature, and even with your ancestors and those who will come after you.
Imagine you are a heart cell, beating out the rhythm of your life. You are aware of all the other cells around you, beating out their rhythms too. And what if you knew that something as fantastic and amazing as a heart were possible — something that could pump massive amounts of blood and animate an entire body — if only you would beat as one? That type of super-coherence is possible for us as a species — not only possible, but vitally necessary if we are to shift out of our disconnected, dispirited, and destructive mode of strident individualism.
The question is, are you available?