I was watching the TBL Families on television the other night and was amazed at the physical effect – weight gain – that unconscious action and habit can have on people. I usually deal with belief systems, thoughts, emotion and other intangibles. When a client comes to me and I want to see the result of their unconscious patterns of thought I need to ask them many questions and look to their current, relationships, financial position or state of living. Often they are outwardly successful but internally they are sad, lonely or missing something intangible. That missing ingredient to their life is often called a spiritual connection, connecting with your higher self or just being authentic – who you are truly meant to be. Sometimes my clients are the opposite, struggling to make money although they believe they have their internal life sorted. The result of their unconscious behaviour is not as dramatic as the weight gain of the TBL contestants but nonetheless it’s unconscious behavior that has led them to seek my help. The solution starts and ends (there are lot’s of bits in between) with the raising of consciousness. Here are seven steps that will raise your consciousness.
Those of you that have done some spiritual work before may be able to relate each of the seven steps to something else. Let me know in the comments section below if you get it?
Raise Your Consciousness
You want to raise your consciousness because it sets you free from the emotional drama that most people go through. Raising your consciousness is a process that releases you from the emotional hooks that can trap you into unwanted action and behavior. It allows you to wake up from the daydream state that most people live their lives in. It gives you freedom.
Face Your Fear.
Releasing fear is the basis of much personal development work. Fear prevents many good things happening and keeps your vibration or energy at it’s worst state. Face your biggest fears and accept that you are afraid of them. Surrender to that fear. That means accept that it’s a possibility and everything will be alright if that fear happens. If you are afraid of losing a loved one. Accept that you will survive and you will be alright. Your life will go on, it’s likely that you feel pain but life goes on and you can and will cope.