5 Steps to Transform Your Consciousness

5 Steps to Transform Your Consciousness

To solve a problem we must access a higher state of consciousness or awareness than the state we are in right now or wherein when the problem was created.

Our current consciousness is our thoughts + energy + beliefs + experiences, which provides the illusion that “this is the way it is and the way it has to be.” This is false. Our current reality doesn’t have to be our permanent reality if we don’t want it to be. To transform into a new state of consciousness we must come to accept that the old one is not working anymore. Once we accept that we desire a new experience we must identify the qualities we wish to embody, feel, see and call our new experience for life. The simpler, more direct and clear we are when making this claim, the better and easier it is to embody it.

Breathe those qualities of being into yourself again and again until the feeling becomes natural. The reason the breath is so important in transforming your consciousness is because breath = presence and presence = power. We must powerfully claim this new state of being, evicting the old ways of being out of our mind and habits. If you want to change, then you can no longer accept those old thoughts, actions and beliefs that might surface as the truth. Kick their asses to the curb, come back to your breath and embody your new state of being.

To live it is to breathe it, to be it and only to accept it as the way, just like you may have accepted lack, scarcity, struggle or depression as “the way” up until this point. Embodiment is a practice that you can come back to every moment of everyday with the question, who am I being right now?

Oh ya! One more important thing I need to mention: Have some fricken’ fun with this. Be like a child and transform yourself into the joyful, exuberant, curious, loving, accepting wonder being that you are!

Here is a Practice to Support you in 5 Steps:

1. Admit your current state of consciousness isn’t working. Write down the proof of why and how it’s not working. Short Example: Living in lack is no longer working because it’s keeping me small, stuck and unable to fulfill my highest potential.

2. Claim the new state of being you’re choosing to embody. Describe all the details of how it makes you feel and what your new experience of life is from the state of embodiment. Short Example: I embody true wealth and abundance and through sharing my creative brilliance people love to give me money and bless my life back.

**3. **Breathe the new state{ment} of being into existence. Practice the embodiment meditation below everyday.

**4. **Accept nothing less than what you want for your life.

**5. **Keep coming back to your breath.



Akashic Records for Beginners: Can We Access Our Akashic Records?

Akashic Records for Beginners: Can We Access Our Akashic Records?

Are the Akashic Records some cosmic repository of endless file cabinets in infinite hallways and stacks? Where did this concept come from? Do these records exist in time and space like a galactic internet? How do we access the Akashic Records?

In this article, we’ll go over:

What Are The Akashic Records?

While many describe or explain the concept in different ways, in essence, the Akashic Records are believed to be the repository of every thought, word, and deed of every living being, good, bad, and awful, in all times; past, present, future. It’s a compendium of knowledge of all life forms and entities. But those familiar with the records report that there is no judgment or implied penalty in the records — they are said to simply be a record of each soul’s journey through the infinite.

History and Origin of the Akashic Records

One of the earliest references to the Akashic Records in modern times was made by Helena Blavatsky, founder of the Theosophical movement in the late 19th century. Theosophy is an esoteric belief system that incorporates philosophical tenets from eastern religions while maintaining that “there is no religion higher than Truth.”    

Blavatsky claimed she learned of the records from Tibetan monks, or “mahatmas” who said the records could be found in the “akasha,” or “akasa,” the Sanskrit word for astral light, or the ether element in eastern belief systems. This fifth element of space is considered the fundamental fabric of reality from which all other elements emerge — the source of material reality. The eastern idea of karma is a major facet of the akashic records.

These “Masters of the Ancient Wisdom,” as Blavatsky referred to them as, taught her clairvoyance, psychic abilities, and astral projection. She used these tools to channel information from the akashic records and built a large following of Theosophists, including some famous ones.

Metaphysician Rudolf Steiner also referenced the Akashic Records, asserting that every action, word, and thought leaves a trace in etheric realms. Contemporary physicist Ervin Laszlo explores concepts of Akasha from the perspective of science, concluding that the Akasha contains templates for human ideals such as harmony and equanimity. This is reflected in his “Akasha Paradigm,” which he relates to the evolutionary processes of human beings.

Those who subscribe to Akashic record models often reference the Book of Life first mentioned in the old testament (Exodus). Biblical scripture asserts that a record of every life is kept in heaven, and it is from these records that souls are judged.

Explorations of the akashic field were also a major focus of the writings and work of Edgar Cayce. Cayce’s Akashic studies posited that there is a storehouse of information in a non-physical plane of existence, which maintains a record of every soul’s past, present, and future. Cayce’s readings are some of the best known.

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