Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Whole brained thinking

“Go past the turbulence of internal dialogue to connect with that abundant, affluent, infinite, creative mind.” Deepak Chopra

“Let us learn to be still and let the Truth speak through us; to be still and know that the inner light shines.” SOM Text p369

“I keep the subject of my inquiry constantly before me, and wait till the first dawning opens gradually, by little and little, into a full and clear light.” Issac Newton

Whole brained thinking is what these quotes are about. Keeping the “inquiry constantly before me,” is the logical right brain, and going “past the turbulence to connect with the infinite,” being patient and full of faith in the infinite and our intuitive connection to it is allowing the “first dawning to open gradually, little by little, into a full and clear light.” The Mind of God is with us, right now, right where we are, wanting us to awake to its presence and claim Its support.

Meditation on this gracious always available reality within ourselves and everyone, allows It to guide, guard and protect us. It is always doing that, even when we think It isn’t, even when we have seeming difficulties. Letting go of what we think we should want or do, allows It to fulfill our deepest needs and wants in a way that is best for all concerned, in a way that is beyond our ability to figure out and process all the variables involved.

You don’t go to the grocery store with a full cart, why go to God with a heart and mind full of fear, doubt and confusion? Let go of all of that, become empty and allow spirit to fill you; make room. If you want something new, you’ve got to make room. Empty all your mental and emotional closets and make room for the highest and best. Go past the turbulence to the stillness. Open your mind, hands and heart and slip down deep to allow the natural spiritual reality to shine through.

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