How to Use Non-Identification with Form to Dissolve the Ego Self – Eckhart Tolle

How to Use Non-Identification with Form to Dissolve the Ego Self – Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart talks about how we can dissolve the egoic or story self by non-identification with form. The formless essence of our being exists in the present moment.

“One of the most basic mind structures through which the ego comes into existence is identification.” Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle’s Findhorn Retreat BK/DVD
“Stillness amidst the World”

The Esoteric Significance of the Cerebellum I

According to the new Gnosis Movement, the Cerebellum is the “Heart of the Esoteric Man”.

The brain itself is called the anterior brain and cerebellum is the posterior brain, or hindbrain, or the intuitive brain. It has such importance that there are many mystic techniques to activate this power center. In the cerebellum reside the main connections that networks the energies among the physical brain and the mental and astral planes.

The cerebellum (Latin for little brain) is located at the base of the skull just above the point where the spinal cord connects. It is a region of the brain that plays an important role in motor control. It may also be involved in some cognitive functions such as attention and language, and in regulating fear and pleasure responses. In its anatomy, the cerebellum has the appearance of a separate structure attached to the bottom of the brain, tucked underneath the cerebral hemispheres.

Here is how the cerebellum works in our energetic matrix:

Imagine a great day ahead of you and appreciate what you have. This thought is then pulled together from the neurons of the brain and formed as an image in the frontal lobe. When we keep focus and hold that image long enough, a belief is then created, and the cerebellum is activated. This is where the idea is held as truth and your actions are then directed towards this as an outcome: your outer world will reflect this action as you only perceive life coming from your personal truth or system of beliefs.

When we give more power and importance to the forebrain, or the rational part of our consciousness, we unfortunately contribute to the atrophy of the cerebellum’s role, making the benefits of this important part of our anatomy almost completely unused and lost.

Consider some of the consequences of the atrophy of a cerebellum:

. Unconsciousness in moments of transition between sleep and wakefulness.
. No recollection of astral experiences.
. Confusion between authentic astral experiences (conscious or unconscious) and
mere projections of psychic centers of machine centers (intellectual, emotional,
motor, instinctive and sexual).
. Loss of connection between the centers of the Higher Self and the Lower Self’s
machine centers, preventing the reception of messages from the Higher Self (the
Divine Being) and also the Masters and Angels of the Higher Worlds.
. Difficulties in remembering the dreams soon after waking up.

In traditional Chinese medicine, the brain is regarded as having the Yang polarity and the cerebellum implements the Yin vibration. When there is an imbalance between the two parts, usually the disadvantages damages the cerebellum functions creating disconnections between the physical the astral and mental parts of our brain system.

The grounding places of our rational self are the mind and our physical bodies; the grounding of the intuition is our spirit, or Higher Self. Our rational aspect is part of the physical brain that is attached to the world of matter, and is restricted to the concept of time and space. The rational mind cannot function outside of the time-space construct, even being composed of a more delicate substance; as it interacts and perceives reality only through earthly parameters of any given situational reality and therefore, we can say it is earthbound.

On the other hand, intuition (not the feelings) is located outside of the time and space construct; and originates from the spiritual connections we may have with the different realms of reality that extrapolate the earthly linear dimensions. With a progressive materialistic way of life, human beings have created obstructions between the world of dense physical matter and the world of a more refine matter (the ethereal world), which results in the belief that something that cannot be felt with the physical five senses is denied a place in existence.

Copyright 2013 Humanity Healing Network

Vedic Astrology New Moon in Gemini

The New Moon will be in Gemini early Monday morning. This New Moon is also joined Mars, Jupiter, the Sun and Mercury retrograde.

The Gemini Factor – Making Adjustments
Gemini is the sign of intellectual duality. The symbol is a man holding a club and a woman holding a musical instrument. This is meant to symbolize a very gentle, creative mind – mixed with a very strong and courageous one. The result is a perspective that delights in seeing all sides of an issue, often simultaneously. Once we see all sides of an issue, we can receive an unbiased answer. Then we have a choice: to act on what we now know, or pretend we do not know better. Gemini is where we can adapt to the situation, and act accordingly. The range of possible outcomes falls somewhere between the man with the club and the woman with the instrument.

Masculine Planets – Mars, Jupiter and Sun in Gemini

The three masculine planets are all in Gemini now as well, making this a particularly ripe time for change and starting something new. The courage to change is seen from the masculine planets, in general. The need to stabilize and enjoy is seen from the feminine planets – Venus and the Moon.

Putting our principles (Jupiter) into action (Mars) is very important now. It is important to connect to your highest truth (the Sun) and connect to that deepest inner light – and (of course) make the necessary adjustments.

Saturn Turns Direct
In addition to the new Moon, Saturn turns direct on the same day, which will help to clarify our long-term commitments.
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