Thursday, June 24, 2010
Often a piece of music is called beautiful because of the interplay and harmonious synchronization of the notes. In fact, some music (such as Baroque) can actually program or format a person's brain to facilitate learning. This harmonious interplay extends beyond music for our ears. The infinite intelligence of the universe is behind the rhythm and harmony we need in our life. As we become more practiced in using these principles, we realize the natural guidance is always there for us, forming a life into a divine pattern. To increase our harmony and rhythm we can increase our understanding of the information we receive from our five basic senses: touch, sight, taste, hearing and smell. Then we can become more aware of our other senses, such as intuition and awareness of energy . When we are in harmony with these principles we draw upon the powers of nature or heaven. We are aware that all is in harmony; that all things work together for our good. When we react to anger, confusion, anxiety, or fear in another person, we encourage the other person to believe he is presenting the truth. Another response is to disregard the illusion the other person is expressing and see him as perfect and joyful. We occasionally fall into the temptation to perceive ourselves as unfairly treated. We can be treated unfairly only by ourselves. We are only victims of the world, if we think we are. Rather than what others or the world do to us, it is what we believe they have done to us, or what we believe we have done to ourselves that make up our problems. Deprivation is the feeling we experience when we feel we are isolated or separate. We then project blame, anger, hate to others. They pick up the signal and play a part for us so we can feel that our anger, hate, or sadness is justified. This signal is a vibration we radiate in our energy field. It's a little like a call to others to come and play with us (something akin to “choosing up sides” in basketball or some other team sport). The signals we emit are received, processed, and reacted upon by those seeking that signal; they are tuned in to our broadcast, our vibration.