Are You A Slave to Your Way of Thinking? Spiritual Coping Tool for the Mind/Body

If you believe and/or put your attention on what is wrong in your life, you are unfortunate and you are or will be a slave to that habitual negative thinking.
On the other side, look at the extroverted spiritual seeker with his or her five external senses, who will perceive the same world or circumstances as being filled with light and love. But he or she sees and experiences something the average person does not see or experience. He/she observes that this same world and circumstances are transformed into something through which the spiritual flow shines to illuminate one’s senses. Mystics and seekers of God have found that God is in everything.
If so, then what can help you to change your consciousness from focusing on your or the world’s negative troubles to the ecstatic state of consciousness of peace and happiness?
Research finds that long periods of contemplation may tire your mind/body. By contemplation, I use this definition of contemplation which explains it as a spiritual exercise during which your attention is focused upon some specific spiritual principle, thought, idea, and your inner master as you know it. This is different from meditation because the definite principle, or vision gives purpose to focusing your attention, and is active, rather than passive as is meditation.
Here is what you can do. Go to a quiet place like an isolated room, garden, hilltop, or body of water (like the picture of myself by the St. Lucie River). Here is where you can tune into yourself as Soul by deep breathing. Notice unruly thoughts and practice letting them drift away or envision cutting them off at the root.
The life giving part of the air element in this physical world is inhaled. This life giving part is not mainly oxygen, but the spiritual current, which is essential to all activities of the mind/body, as well as you as Soul in these lower worlds.
This is a loving perspective and when you choose to fill yourself up with peace and happiness you change yourself inwardly and you also change the world. The following is a book that explains this principle of changing yourself and that action changes the world around you, using the element of water. By using researched photos of water crystals before and after emotions are expressed or a blessing is said to the water.
The book I recommend is, The True Power of Water by Masaeu Emoto. In his book you will learn of the unique properties of water. “You will learn the effect each of us has on water – not only the water you drink but also the water that makes up 70 percent of each human body and, most importantly what happens to that water as you interact with other humans.”
Another interesting example of energy or vibrational ( defined as a characteristic emanation, aura, or spirit that infuses or vitalizes someone or something and that can be instinctively sensed or experienced )work is being done in the area of subtle energy fields. The new term BioField adopted in 1994, by The National Institute of Health is being used to describe this subtle energy that extends out from the body. When the BioField is out of balance, your body is more susceptible to immune deficiencies. Check out this website for more information:


About drfullerstherapytips

Award winning Dr. Fuller is a leading dysfunctional behavior & eating disorder expert, Licensed Counselor, and National Hypnotherapist. She has helped countless individuals find happiness that has eluded them. Her twenty years of private practice gives her a unique insight into what can work to change one’s life.
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