“The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.” – Steve Maraboli
For many years we’ve held onto beliefs, ideas and understandings that have kept us in a state of perpetual pain and suffering. We keep repeating the same patterns of old for times innumerable. Many of us cannot understand why we keep experiencing turmoil in our life. We sincerely desire to have this pain lifted from us and many times we’re perplexed to the reasons why it keeps repeating.
The problem lies in our misunderstanding of Laws of Manifestation. What we focus our attention on is what we’ll manifest. We’re so focused on avoiding pain and suffering; that we miss that the mere act of avoiding something is the reason there is so much pain and suffering in our lives.
Avoidance is a attribute of fear; we’re using fear to avoid fear. What we don’t understand is that we cannot avoid what we fear with fear. Fearful thinking and acting will breed more fearful thinking and acting. We’ve been operating under this paradigm of fear for a great many years and look at the results. We’ve created weapons of mass destruction out of fear, we’ve become very militaristic because of fear and we’ve deceived our fellow brothers and sisters because of fear.
“You cannot solve a problem in the same frequency in which it was created.” – Lynn Grabhorn
The Law of Attraction works on the premise that like attracts like. So a fearful consciousness has a unique frequency that will attract more fearful things and experiences into our field of awareness. This is the problem we’ve had for a great many years; society has been programmed to regard consciousness as some kind of wishy washy idea that isn’t based in reliable science. Modern science wants to downplay the role that consciousness has in our everyday lives.
Yet there are many scientific experiments that have proven that consciousness does affect our environment to a great extent. For example the Double Split Experiment showed us that when a electron was shot through a slit it created a interference pattern, but when scientists decided to observe how this happened; it didn’t create a interference pattern. The observer collapsed the wave function of the electron simply by observing it.
The simple act of observation affected the behavior of the electron; which the electron by scientific understanding is considered matter. Thus this proves that our consciousness does affect the world around us. Our thoughts; feelings and beliefs mold the reality around us.
There has also been remote viewing experiments conducted by the CIA. If your not familiar with Remote Viewing; it is basically a mental function of observer things outside our usual human sense. Remote Viewers can look at targets that are worlds of distances away; they can even look at targets from the past. It is the utilization of your consciousness to view objects, people or events that normally would be inaccessible.
Let’s not forget about telekinesis or psychokinesis which by according to Wikipedia is “is an alleged psychic ability allowing a person to influence a physical system without physical interaction.” Now many people believe that this stuff is hogwash, impossible and unproven; but yet there is plenty of proof out there. It’s just hasn’t been broadcasted through conventional media channels; thus it’s not known by many.
For example; Ninel Kulagina is a perfectly good example of what many would consider to be proof. Dr. Genady Sergeyev tested Ninel Kulagina’s abilities and discovered that she did indeed have these abilities. She was able to move matches on a table with her mind; she even was able to speed up the heart rate of a frog with her mind.
These examples above give precedence to the notion that our consciousness does have a significant influence with the world around us. What science has yet to discover; but yet many mystics of the past already knew; is that consciousness is that which attracts things into our life.
The above diagram explains the role of frequency when it comes to our perception of reality. A fearful state of consciousness limits our ability to acquire, comprehend and integrate the Truth. While love on the other hand increases our interactions with the Truth. Thus increasing our awareness and understanding of the reality we live in.
So when we’re operating from a fearful state of consciousness; our ability to perceive the Truth in life is limited. Thus it takes longer for the Truth to grace our awareness. This is why it is paramount that we pay close attention to our intentions. Intentions are what determine the frequency of an idea, thought or action. When operating from a fearful intention; the result will be more fear. When operating from a loving intention; the result will be love.
“Intentions play such a powerful role in our experiences. You could basically have two individuals with the same idea. One could use it for malevolent purposes and so it would end in suffering and the other could use it for benevolent reasons and it would end in Peace. The ideas are identical, but since their intentions were different the results will be different as well“
We need to let go of all fearful intentions and operate from a holistic and loving intentional state of being. That means we shouldn’t avoid things out of fear; we should do thing that empower ourselves and others. We need to increase our awareness of intentions because they are the very thing that assigns the frequency of a idea or action. Intentions are charged with a emotional signature of either Truth/Positive or Fear/Negative. Now granted the intensity of the emotional signature is dependent upon many things; for example intentional evil is potent with negativity; while ignorance is only slightly negative.
For example; let’s say my intention to share this understanding to everyone is to help others better understand themselves and empower them. This intention I just shared has a loving emotional energy behind it; thus the results will be of the increase of love.
Then let’s say my intention is to build myself up as a savior so that I may direct the energy from the collective consciousness to myself; thus resulting in greater qualities of energy that can be utilized to fulfill my selfish desires or inflict intentional harm upon others.
This is a prime example of intentional evil and it’s results would be a tremendous amount of negativity. Look at history; the Nazi party was the embodiment of intentional evil; but most of the people in the party weren’t willing agents of evil. Most were deceived into believing they were doing the right thing; but the leadership; those who controlled the direction of the party were intentionally harming others and causing pain to millions; thus it resulted in the Holocaust and the death of millions.
Let’s say my intention was to save others; this would be slightly fearful. It wouldn’t result in a overwhelming amount of negativity; but it would provide negativity an opportunity to find more fertile soil for it’s roots to spread. Our lack of understanding blinds us from the fundamental truths that accompany intentions.
When we feel the need to save or fix others we’re actually doing them a disservice because subconsciously we are reinforcing their ignorance by preventing a life transforming catalyst from interacting with them. We cannot save others from their own thinking. We can only empower them with the Truth and provide information that helps them better understand themselves. They have to make the decision to save themselves otherwise they’ll never learn how to operate from a empowered state of being. Sometimes “bad” things happen to others in order for them to explore an aspect of their consciousness they would never have ventured into.
Unfortunately it is our rigid way of perceiving reality that has created this dilemma; learning how to become an empowered being doesn’t have to be difficult; but for many of us we’ve been indoctrinated to the point where only adversity and difficulty will help us learn these liberating lessons.
That’s what I’ve discovered with my life; it took the complete dissolution of my ideas, beliefs and desires to get to the place of understanding I am at in this moment. The dissolution in the form of perceived negative experiences were the necessarily catalyst to encourage me to look within myself and find the power that has always resided within my inner temple. No one could save me from myself; I had to save myself by discovering the Truth that I am my own savior and that I have everything that I need to live the life I desire.
Now I’m speaking in regards to how intentions interact with our mental and emotional facilities; so by no means do not think saving others is always fearful; fire fighters who run into a burning building to save people are not agents of fear. Intentions that are a derivative of the physical reality have different attributes and considerations then the ones formed in the mental plane.
How To Establish Right Intentions
When establishing right intentions it’s important to remember that there will be many different opinions on the idea of what is right. The key is to determine what you believe is right; because in the end you are molder of your understanding. You’re the one who will determine what is right and wrong; nobody else will determine it for you. Thus it’s imperative to remember that the opinions of others shouldn’t weigh heavily upon you when determining what is right and wrong.
The problem many of us have when it comes to intentions is our ignorance about them. Our intentions and motivations operate from a very narrow bandwidth; most people operate from a intentional state of being that is fundamentally selfish. Our lack of refining our understanding of intentions creates much of the turmoil and pain we see in the world today.
Immanuel Kant explored and experimented with intentions extensively; he discovered what became known as the Categorical Imperative; which is best known by his first formulation as:
This was the instrument he used to determine what is right. If your unfamiliar with the word maxim; it’s basically another word for principle. In a nutshell this quote basically says “Perform deeds and actions that you believe would be good for all to practice”
This would resolve much of the suffering and pain in our lives; it would create a more service to others oriented mindset. Our actions would be in alignment with what is good for everyone. Our driving motivation would be to promote ideas and actions that would benefit humanity as a whole.
The reason we have poverty on this world is because we don’t evaluate our understanding of intentions. We haven’t decided as a people whether or not certain lifestyles can be universally practiced by all. Thus when determining what is right for you; you must be able to come to the conclusion that all can practice it. This will help improve the lives of everyone on this world; not just ourselves or a select few.
There is an imbalance when it comes to the distribution of wealth because of our selfish intentions. We justify why we deserve so much and others don’t. We see ourselves as different from everybody else and that we were meant to be showered with abundance while others were meant to be cannon fodder. Look at society; notice the separation everywhere; billionaires build skyscrapers to stand out; everyone is competing to be the first for something; to distinguish themselves from everyone else. They all want to stand out and be recognized by their differences rather then similarities.
“If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.” – 1 Corinthians 12:26
Thus in order to live according to right intentions we must reevaluate our beliefs, ideas and opinions we hold within. We must take the bold step to determine what is right for all of humanity; we need to understand that we the individual benefit when the whole of humanity benefits. When others profit; we profit as well. This will end the cycle of madness, pain, suffering and misery we’ve experienced for many thousands of years.
We are all one; there is no denying this fundamental truth; thus we as a society should base the premise of every intention upon the principle of oneness. Oneness of purpose; oneness of unity and oneness of sound intentions. For in the end I am my brothers keeper and my brother is my keeper.