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The World Is Mental, but Man is Bound to the Physical

The World Is Mental, but Man is Bound to the Physical

“Until man can experience on the mental level that which exists on the physical level, he will be bound to the physical.” – John Whitman Ray

This is a quote found in a book called Body Electronics by Douglas Morrison, who worked under John W. Ray. He taught and healed under the discoveries of his time and study, within the I AM Movement.

I find Energy Medicine extremely interesting in relation to both Hermetics and Gnostic teaching. (Please review the Sources at the bottom of this post for more information). As well as the Law of One channeled material from Ra. It wasn’t really until I started understanding my own inner world that I was able to know how it related to my interests in Psychology and the Body-Mind.

When I started to dream again I was excited because I have been so out of touch with myself. When I began to breach my unconscious intuition and visions. I really started to wonder who else I could look to. How can I tell the difference between the imaginary and the inner reality inside my own mental world? Not wanting to look crazy, I took up psychology again in light of energy and emotional science.

I found a book called Inner Work: Using Dreams & Active Imagination for Personal Growth, which is based on the work of Carl Jung. I have always preferred his side of things, and the idea of Archetypes. Since I have studied and followed Astrology for 14 years, I have come to know and explore the archetypes and see them in others easily. I attune to people’s energy (as an empath) and to a detriment – within myself. I have been able to recognize how I embody nearly all of the archetypes.

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How to Honor Yourself With Healing and Understanding

How to Honor Yourself With Healing and Understanding

We are living in a time of great change and chaos. My best advice to anyone right now is this: Honor Yourself

What does that really mean? It means to find your inner voice and purpose and then listen to it. Taking action before you even know what you are going to do is only blowing air onto the flame that is already much too big!

Before we get all worked up and ready for war, we would be wise to take a minute to think and listen to our inner wisdom. To take action before you are ready can be the death of you and your opportunities to help the world change in new ways. It starts with the self-love and acknowledgment of what you truly want to accomplish in this life.

Much of our negative thoughts and emotions are programmed by our culture, media, and influences from the outer world we’ve grown up in out of fear yes. But the Shadow Self doesn’t much care about all that, it wants to push you and pull you down. Only to make you realize how wrong you are to Not Do what you Want To do from within.