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11.Suzanne Lie - Being Conscious

11.Suzanne Lie - Being Conscious

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The Conscious Part I – Introduction To Being Conscious
We can think of our unconscious like a deep pond. The surface of the pond is visible to our conscious self and we can interact with it by swimming, fishing, or wading. We have little awareness of what lies hidden at the bottom of the pond. Things of a higher vibration, such as a leaf or a feather, float on the surface of the pond, but things of a lower vibration, like a rock, sink to the bottom of the pond. However, even the feather and the leaf may eventually sink to the bottom of the pond over time.
Part II – The Heart Chakra
As we expand our consciousness in our physical, third dimensional life, we receive more positive body sensations because we are no longer hiding from our thoughts and emotions. This communication between our conscious and unconscious selves gives us a sense of well-being. Our body feels better now, and we do not wish to taint that feeling with excesses of food, alcohol, or drugs. Our immune system is healthier because we no longer have the stress of sitting on a volcano of suppressed emotions and negative thoughts. This makes us feel more sociable and we seek the company of others.
Part III - The Throat Chakra
Our emotions create mental pictures that awaken our imagination and trigger memories that encourage further self-development. Positive emotions of love and well-being surface from behind our pain and fear, as feelings of empowerment override the sense of being a victim. Gradually, we begin to take responsibility for our life. As our consciousness expands, we observe our emotions as reactions to the external world and messages regarding the internal condition of our body and psyche. Love, more than fear, comes into our lives now, which allows us to experience our emotions, not as a limitation, but as a creative force.
Part IV - The Brow Chakra
Our thoughts come into focus as our self-talk becomes conscious. This ability allows us to take responsibility for our thoughts, as we realize that we can choose which thoughts we allow to dwell in our minds. We learn that when we choose to think positive, our self-confidence grows and our thinking shifts from problem-oriented to solution-oriented. Old negative core beliefs break down, and we respond with new behavior rather than acting in old, habitual ways. When we are no longer victims, we can respond rather than react because we think before we speak or act.
Part V - The Behavior Door: Maiden, Mother, Mentor, Father, Warrior, Sage
Our behaviors are based on emotional needs and mental forethought as our reactions evolve into responses. Behaviors that are consciously initiated and completed give our conscious mind clues as to our true goals and desires. We can then seek out what we really want rather than what we “should” want or what others want for us.
Part VI - The Dreams and Aspirations Door
Our sleep is more regular now and our dreaming more conscious. We may even have experiences of lucid dreaming in which we are awake inside our sleep. Since we have faced much of our dark side, our dreams have largely shifted from uncovering negative feelings to rehearsing our next move in our everyday life.
Part VII - The Spiritual Guidance Door
More balanced thoughts and feelings bring about a sense of deserving that allows spiritual feelings of grace and joy to expand. Because we can now connect with our fourth dimensional self, our instincts are keener and our creativity and inspirations have increased.
The Conscious Part I – Introduction To Being Conscious
We can think of our unconscious like a deep pond. The surface of the pond is visible to our conscious self and we can interact with it by swimming, fishing, or wading. We have little awareness of what lies hidden at the bottom of the pond. Things of a higher vibration, such as a leaf or a feather, float on the surface of the pond, but things of a lower vibration, like a rock, sink to the bottom of the pond. However, even the feather and the leaf may eventually sink to the bottom of the pond over time.
Part II – The Heart Chakra
As we expand our consciousness in our physical, third dimensional life, we receive more positive body sensations because we are no longer hiding from our thoughts and emotions. This communication between our conscious and unconscious selves gives us a sense of well-being. Our body feels better now, and we do not wish to taint that feeling with excesses of food, alcohol, or drugs. Our immune system is healthier because we no longer have the stress of sitting on a volcano of suppressed emotions and negative thoughts. This makes us feel more sociable and we seek the company of others.
Part III - The Throat Chakra
Our emotions create mental pictures that awaken our imagination and trigger memories that encourage further self-development. Positive emotions of love and well-being surface from behind our pain and fear, as feelings of empowerment override the sense of being a victim. Gradually, we begin to take responsibility for our life. As our consciousness expands, we observe our emotions as reactions to the external world and messages regarding the internal condition of our body and psyche. Love, more than fear, comes into our lives now, which allows us to experience our emotions, not as a limitation, but as a creative force.
Part IV - The Brow Chakra
Our thoughts come into focus as our self-talk becomes conscious. This ability allows us to take responsibility for our thoughts, as we realize that we can choose which thoughts we allow to dwell in our minds. We learn that when we choose to think positive, our self-confidence grows and our thinking shifts from problem-oriented to solution-oriented. Old negative core beliefs break down, and we respond with new behavior rather than acting in old, habitual ways. When we are no longer victims, we can respond rather than react because we think before we speak or act.
Part V - The Behavior Door: Maiden, Mother, Mentor, Father, Warrior, Sage
Our behaviors are based on emotional needs and mental forethought as our reactions evolve into responses. Behaviors that are consciously initiated and completed give our conscious mind clues as to our true goals and desires. We can then seek out what we really want rather than what we “should” want or what others want for us.
Part VI - The Dreams and Aspirations Door
Our sleep is more regular now and our dreaming more conscious. We may even have experiences of lucid dreaming in which we are awake inside our sleep. Since we have faced much of our dark side, our dreams have largely shifted from uncovering negative feelings to rehearsing our next move in our everyday life.
Part VII - The Spiritual Guidance Door
More balanced thoughts and feelings bring about a sense of deserving that allows spiritual feelings of grace and joy to expand. Because we can now connect with our fourth dimensional self, our instincts are keener and our creativity and inspirations have increased.

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THE CONSCIOUS PART IINTRODUCTION TO BEING CONSCIOUS
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By Suzan Caroll PhD
 
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INTRODUCTION TO BEING CONSCIOUS
By Suzan Caroll PhDPublished byMultidimensional PublishingVisitwww.multidimenisons.com To view other, booklets, downloads, and productsBy Suzan Caroll PhD
 
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CONSCIOUS LIFE IN THE THIRD DIMENSION
What does it mean to be "conscious" in the physical plane?Does it simply mean to be alive or does it mean to also be aware?And, what are we aware of?Of the myriad perceptions, to which do we choose to consciously attend?Our physical life is not just what we hold in our daily conscious mind, it is also theability to be "conscious" of what we try to hide deep inside ourselves. Often, wehide memories in our unconscious mind, and some of our hidden life is stored inour superconscious mind. To be truly "conscious" in our mundane life we mustalso be aware of these other, hidden, portions of our total consciousness.Otherwise, we will not have access to all of our choices of perception.
BEING CONSCIOUS
CHOICES OF PERCEPTIONWe could not consciously attend to the constant bombardment of stimuli on our five physical senses. Therefore, we must filter out most of what we perceive andonly be aware of a small portion of our total life experience. All that we havechosen to ignore is then stored in our unconscious and superconscious minds.These "perceptual filters" are created by our beliefs, as our beliefs influence our expectations. In turn, our expectations influence our perceptions. For example, if we believe that the world is a hostile place, we will expect to see an enemyaround every corner. Then, some one comes around that corner, a normalsomeone with a vast and paradoxical range of thoughts and emotions.However, since we believe that the world is hostile, we expect to see an angrythreatening person. Therefore, we will be aware of only the portions of thatcomplex person that express anger. We will filter out the portions that are kind

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