Posts Tagged ‘mind’

We’re Still Just Snowflakes

March 17, 2012

Years ago, I remember Caroline Myss saying during a talk, “You think your thoughts are private?” And she laughed heartily. Yes, the thought that your thoughts are not your own, that not only are you not creating your thoughts but that they are available to others, is quite the mind-blowing concept . . . until you consider the nature of consciousness.

Your thoughts are not just gossamer wisps of nothingness that uneventfully dance and dissolve in the uncharted recesses of your mind. Your thoughts (expressions of your individual consciousness) immediately connect you to all of creation through the Unified Field (the omnipresent expression of collective consciousness that includes your “individual” consciousness).

In essence, then, we are all radios attuned to different frequencies. The higher your consciousness, the more you realize that we are all just thought delivery systems, and all connected to a master consciousness grid. Here’s how Dr. David R. Hawkins put it:

Objectively, it can be seen that thoughts really belong to the consciousness of the world; the individual mind merely processes them in new combinations and permutations. What seem to be truly original thoughts appear only through (more…)