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B.E.L.I.E.F.

19Apr12

Discipline #9

B.E.L.I.E.F: Blind Evidence Lives In Every Faith

~ “Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.”~ — Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha)

We each live according to our beliefs and those beliefs determine how we conduct our lives. Our beliefs are ingrained in our standards, moral values, ethics, codes and disciplines. Therefore, it is vital to understand what you believe in order to gauge the nature of your behavior. Absolutely every act carried out on the physical plane is a direct result of ones inner beliefs. Your beliefs necessitate your entire way of being so it is crucial then to understand the nature of your beliefs.
On a very subtle and scientific level, beliefs are the seeds that germinate your existence. You believe something to be so and thus it is. This is a very rudimentary understanding of how you create your life as you go. The mind, which is where all ideas are formulated, is the fertile ground for materialization. You start by having an idea which is then supported by your beliefs. This idea culminates into a growing concept through your continued belief in it. The stronger your belief, the faster the culmination will be. This has been the premise of all creation since the inception of man. You think, therefore you are.
The greatest deception ever carried out against man was to convince him that he has no control over external phenomena. The belief in a separate and random existence has long since been one of the greatest deceptions to be foisted upon the intelligent thinking man. The idea of there being no rhyme or reason to events and the concept of a chaotic universe is by far the most ludicrous belief you could ever foster. To believe in a random universe would mean that everything throughout the course of your existence is based entirely upon coincidence and disorder. In truth, everything in the universe happens according to an intricate, all-encompassing design being carried out by Divine intelligence. This intelligence is orchestrated by a unique yet ever-present consciousness which permeates all awareness. It is you and you are it, hence your ability to create through it and from it. You are created in the image and likeness of this creative intelligence. As above, so below. You are a microcosm of the macrocosm. You are a holographic expression of the cosmos compressed into physical form. Every cell, every organism and every component of your physical reality is geometrically proportionate to the entire universe. All physical objects are comprised of base elements determined by geometric shapes and formulas which make up the tangible world you experience in your day-to-day life. But nothing could exist on the physical landscape without it first existing on the inner plane.

(100 Disciplines to Higher Consciousness: A Conclusive Synopsis on Spiritual Principles by Dr. Peter C. Rogers, D.D., Ph.D)


B.E.I.N.G.

19Apr12

Discipline #8

B.E.I.N.G: Basic Existence In Neither Gender

~ “As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.”~ —Carl Jung

There is a very interesting phenomenon which exists among humans which is that we are always trying to be something instead of simply being that which we are seeking to become. In reality, being is a very natural concept. Unfortunately for humans, that’s not always the case. It seems as though we have become a species of doers instead of a race of beings. Instead of simply allowing the Universe to take its rhythmic course, we’re constantly striving to have or do or get rather than simply being one with the natural flow of life. We constantly resist what is by failing to realize that life is what it is in every situation whether we’re comfortable with it or not. This goes back to the discipline of acceptance which says we must always remember that life is unfolding in the exact way that it should and any resistance to this unfolding will only cause pain and discomfort. We are to accept the things we cannot change and be willing enough to change the things we can.

(100 Disciplines to Higher Consciousness: A Conclusive Synopsis on Spiritual Principles by Dr. Peter C. Rogers pg. 43)


B.A.L.A.N.C.E.

19Apr12

Discipline #7

B.A.L.A.N.C.E: Being Able to Live A Naturally Centered Existence

~ “Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance.” ~
—Brian Tracy

Have you ever been driving down the freeway and just as you reach a certain speed you begin to notice how your car starts to shake or vibrate? Generally this happens because there are heavy spots on the wheel-tire combination and to prevent this from happening, generally you will have to compensate for it by placing a measured lead weight on the opposite side of the wheel from where the heavy spot is. This would then “balance” the weight of the wheel making for a much smoother ride. This simple analogy holds true for all aspects of getting out of balance because of too much weight being distributed in a certain direction. You’ve probably heard it said that “life is a balancing act,” but there’s so much more to this phrase than you know. Given the fact that everything is energy, including you and I, the idea of over or under exertion can ultimately become detrimental to your spiritual wellbeing. When I speak in terms of everything being energy, I’m suggesting that all things from the smallest vibration of thought all the way up to the faster realms of sound and light are all merely different waves and forms of energy being expressed. It takes just the right balance of molecules and energetic expression for something to harmonize within itself. This state is called symbiosis. However, should an imbalance happen within the structure, malfunction occurs in which case this could translate into illness and/or dis-ease depending on the degree of imbalance. All ailments, diseases, emotional, physical and mental disorders are a direct result of the chemicals, thoughts, habits, and practices being thrown out of balance. Once the harmonious state of the body becomes disrupted, homeostasis is no longer achieved and the vehicle whether it’s motor or human then becomes adversely affected.

As an energetic being, it is very easy for you to get out-of-balance with your natural state of being which is one of peace and harmony. There are many contributing factors as to why you are so out of balance but the main point I would like to make here is that you must seek balance if you are to remain healthy not only physically but also spiritually. A good visual example of balance would be like watching the tightrope walker as they gingerly traverse the tight rope while holding on to their balance pole. These acrobats maintain their balance by positioning their “center” of mass directly over their base of support, i.e., shifting most of their weight over their legs, arms or whatever part of their body they are using to hold them up. In the heading of this chapter, I use the acronym for B.A.L.A.N.C.E. as; “Being Able to Live A Naturally Centered Existence,” because the true art of living a harmonious and balanced life is about being able to equally distribute the weight of your life back onto the center of your being which is source/God. Everything you experience in life is neither good nor bad but rather the experience of what feels right. When that feeling becomes overwhelming for you, you simply come back to your center. Too much of anything is not necessarily good for you and so life becomes a delicate balancing act of knowing your limitations and being able to recognize when you are out of sync.

(pg. 39 of 100 Disciplines to Higher Consciousness: A Conclusive Synopsis on Spiritual Principles by Dr. Peter C. Rogers)


B.A.L.A.N.C.E.

19Apr12

Discipline #7

B.A.L.A.N.C.E: Being Able to Live A Naturally Centered Existence

~ “Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance.” ~
—Brian Tracy

Have you ever been driving down the freeway and just as you reach a certain speed you begin to notice how your car starts to shake or vibrate? Generally this happens because there are heavy spots on the wheel-tire combination and to prevent this from happening, generally you will have to compensate for it by placing a measured lead weight on the opposite side of the wheel from where the heavy spot is. This would then “balance” the weight of the wheel making for a much smoother ride. This simple analogy holds true for all aspects of getting out of balance because of too much weight being distributed in a certain direction. You’ve probably heard it said that “life is a balancing act,” but there’s so much more to this phrase than you know. Given the fact that everything is energy, including you and I, the idea of over or under exertion can ultimately become detrimental to your spiritual wellbeing. When I speak in terms of everything being energy, I’m suggesting that all things from the smallest vibration of thought all the way up to the faster realms of sound and light are all merely different waves and forms of energy being expressed. It takes just the right balance of molecules and energetic expression for something to harmonize within itself. This state is called symbiosis. However, should an imbalance happen within the structure, malfunction occurs in which case this could translate into illness and/or dis-ease depending on the degree of imbalance. All ailments, diseases, emotional, physical and mental disorders are a direct result of the chemicals, thoughts, habits, and practices being thrown out of balance. Once the harmonious state of the body becomes disrupted, homeostasis is no longer achieved and the vehicle whether it’s motor or human then becomes adversely affected.

As an energetic being, it is very easy for you to get out-of-balance with your natural state of being which is one of peace and harmony. There are many contributing factors as to why you are so out of balance but the main point I would like to make here is that you must seek balance if you are to remain healthy not only physically but also spiritually. A good visual example of balance would be like watching the tightrope walker as they gingerly traverse the tight rope while holding on to their balance pole. These acrobats maintain their balance by positioning their “center” of mass directly over their base of support, i.e., shifting most of their weight over their legs, arms or whatever part of their body they are using to hold them up. In the heading of this chapter, I use the acronym for B.A.L.A.N.C.E. as; “Being Able to Live A Naturally Centered Existence,” because the true art of living a harmonious and balanced life is about being able to equally distribute the weight of your life back onto the center of your being which is source/God. Everything you experience in life is neither good nor bad but rather the experience of what feels right. When that feeling becomes overwhelming for you, you simply come back to your center. Too much of anything is not necessarily good for you and so life becomes a delicate balancing act of knowing your limitations and being able to recognize when you are out of sync.

(pg. 39 of 100 Disciplines to Higher Consciousness: A Conclusive Synopsis on Spiritual Principles by Dr. Peter C. Rogers)


Discipline #6

A.W.A.R.E.N.E.S.S: A Waking And Responsive Effect Native to Every Sentient Soul

~ “The great awareness comes slowly, piece by piece. The path of spiritual growth is a path of lifelong learning. The experience of spiritual power is basically a joyful one.” ~ —M. Scott Peck

Every sentient, feeling being has an innate sensibility that allows them to know truth without question. This uncanny ability cannot be learned it is intrinsic, it cannot be taught it is essential. When you first come into this existence, your awareness is keen, but gradually after years of inculcation and indoctrination into certain disciplines and various ways of thinking and feeling, your natural senses eventually become blunted and desensitized. This is not to say that you don’t still possess this natural quality, it is merely to suggest that over the many years of conditioning, cultural biases, systematic beliefs, generational influence, dogmas, and societal norms, you tend to sacrifice what you know to be true in exchange for what you’re told is true. The greatest contradiction ever to be foisted upon man is to be told that what he knows to be true in his heart of hearts, in his soul and in his being, is actually not acceptable to society’s way of thinking. There has to be a sweeping shift in awareness prior to you rising above this unconscious state. Fortunately though, once one awakens, we all awaken.

Awareness is not simply about being awake or alert; it has more to do with an inner sense of knowing. What you hold to be true about your godly self, your divine make-up and the abilities you possess as a spiritual being are actually true. If everyone were truly aware of the inherent qualities they harnessed, there would be no need for organized thought systems hence the religious systems would be vanquished overnight. We wouldn’t need elected officials or laws or even people to enforce them because we would all respond to the same innate guidance system unique to us all. The highest vibration is love and as you tune into its frequencies, and become aware of its pervading influences, you too will become autonomous no longer needing to be told what is “good” or “acceptable” for you will know truth instinctively. When you are truly aware, nothing outside of yourself can dictate or influence your actions. It’s simply about knowing unequivocally that what you sense in your heart is in harmony with the mandates of spiritual law. When you become aware once again of the divine laws which permeates all of existence, a quickening will occur hastening you on to a fully awakened state of enlightenment.

(pg. 63 of 100 Disciplines to Higher Consciousness: A Conclusive Synopsis on Spiritual Principles by Dr. Peter C. Rogers)


Discipline #1

A.C.C.E.P.T.A.N.C.E


A Cool Collected Eased Perspective Towards Any New Challenging Encounter

 

~ The quickest way to change your attitude toward pain is to accept the fact that everything that happens to us has been designed for our spiritual growth. ~

                                                                                                            —M. Scott Peck

Something divine occurs the moment we realize that life is unfolding in the exact way that it should even if we can’t see the wisdom in its unfoldment. Back of every situation is a unique plan carrying out itself to perfection. And while it’s often difficult to see what this plan actually is, this doesn’t negate the fact that everything, absolutely everything, happens according to certain laws and principles. We call them, spiritual principles or universal laws and everything is governed in one way or the other by these laws and rules. Mohandas Ghandi said; “There is an orderliness in the Universe, there is an unalterable law governing everything and every being that exists or lives. It is no blind law; for no blind law can govern the conduct of living beings.” The difficulty of living as human beings is that we have become so unaware of these laws and therefore fail to make the association whenever something occurs in our lives that we are displeased with. Through what I like to call “cognitive disassociation,” which is merely another way of saying amnesia, we have forgotten how everything is related in one way or another by the intricate tapestry of cause and effect. This means that for every action there is an equal reaction and with each and every act we commit, we can most assuredly expect a complimentary result. But, unless we are able to trace all of our actions back to the moment of inception, it becomes virtually impossible for us to connect the dots and see the correlation of events in our lives today. Be that as it may, the fact remains, how everything we’ve ever done up to this point in our lives carries with it a residual energy. This means that nothing goes unaddressed and every occurrence has to be met with an outcome. There is no such thing as an unwarranted act or a senseless act because everything contains within it a justification on some level. However, in most cases the reasoning eludes us and we fail to see the logic behind many of lifes most important lessons…