We live simultaneously on three planes of existence; the spiritual, mental and physical. We are spiritual beings, gifted with an intellect, living in a physical body. How we use out intellect will dictate the feelings we experience. Our feelings describe the conscious awareness of the vibration we are in. Feelings are guide posts for our three planes of existence.
I was thinking about these three planes of existence in terms of my life recently.
Looking at my life, I see that I started to learn about the physical when I was younger. There are many reasons for that as we are conditioned in school to look at life through our senses. So it makes sense that I would start there as the majority of the population live their lives through their senses. I was very curious about health and our bodies. So over a period of 15 years I wrote and co-wrote 7 books about holistic health and our bodies.
I became interested in spirituality after experiencing “an awakening” in my early twenties. I took a Bachelor of Spiritual Science program and really explored all aspects of spirituality. Later on I really delved into Buddhism. My spiritual exploration is very important to me and that continues to this day.
When it came to the intellectual plane, I took lots of personal development programs over that last 40 years but never really understood the mind. That is until recently. A few years ago I went back to study again. I started back with his coaching program and then spent some time with him personally at his Matrixx program.
I then learned about Focus Into Results I decided to become a facilitator with this program. That is when I had my big “Aha”. All the learning I was doing was aimed at strengthening my intellect.
We are thinking beings. To quote Wallace Wattles, “Thought is the only power that can produce tangible riches from the formless substance. We live a thought world, and this world is a part of a thought universe.”
I realized that this was my missing piece. I had only glanced over it in the past and had not used repetition to really implant it so that it was habitual. To do the things that I wanted to do, required me to think in a certain way.
To quote Wallace again, “There is no labor from which most people shrink as they do from that of sustained and consecutive thought; it is the hardest work in the world. This is especially true when truth is contrary to appearances.”
I am so much more in balance with my three planes of existence and feel able to create anything I want. I invite you to explore your balance in your life and join me in a Focus Into Results journey.
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