A few weeks ago in my weekly distance healing circle, a very strong and clear message came through.
It felt so important, that I made a late night video about it, and posted it into the Empowerment for Sensitive Peeps group (you need to be a group member to view it).
If I was to give that video a title, I’d call it: “Your mind doesn’t know shit!”
The summary of the message was this:
It’s becoming ever-more important that we learn to master our minds and inner self-talk, rather than allow it to run the show. Why? Because the frequency of this world is accelerating. People are waking up regardless of any spiritual practice/preparation work they might’ve done or not done.
What that means is that our minds may still need “taming” or refinement as we undergo spiritual awakening
Which can add to the confusion, since awakening can present many challenges to the mind, our sense of self and identity. So it’s good to have a solid foundation of “basic sanity” to work with.
For many people the mind is large and in charge, and not in a positive or affirming way
It natters on all day long, expressing a stream of conscious and sub-conscious dialog.
In some ways the job of the mind is to help us navigate the human world of physicality. To stop us from doing things that may compromise our survival.
However, most humans were never taught to manage our minds. It’s not part of the school or standard “growing up” curriculum.
In the absence of any training to the contrary, we let that loud nagging, micro-managing inner voice become the boss!
Because let’s face it, that voice be LOUD!
Yet, your mind is meant to serve you, not be your CEO
And we simply can’t afford to let things be this way any more. It’s time to start turning this around.
Enough of letting negative self-talk run wild in your mind, putting you down and criticising you worse than anyone else you’ve ever met.
Enough of feeling like you have no control in how you talk to and about YOU.
Because you absolutely can have control over your mind.
It just takes practice, learning some skills, awareness and persistence.
On the same theme, I really like this video from Bruce Lipton
He explains that 95% of our decisions and actions are actually regulated by unconscious activity.
That we are conscious only about 5% of the time, and the rest of the time we function predominately from subconscious programming.
Of course working with the subconscious is how we effect change in Kinesiology.
Change the program, change your mind, change your life.
One of the most important tools you can cultivate to learn how to refine your mind is meditation.
Which is why I practice meditation – not that I knew this when I first started meditating. 🙂
Ambha Amanda Roberts is a Kinesiologist, Intuitive Healer, educator and facilitator based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She offers Kinesiology sessions both in-person and via Skype/Zoom all over the world.
Ambha Amanda is the co-creator of Adventures of Staria, which includes a series of Staria cards, and an upcoming book for children (including inner children).