Friday, September 1, 2023

Some Beliefs Start At Birth

Can you find another market like this? Where, with your one rose you can buy hundreds of rose gardens?

Where for one seed you get a whole wilderness? For one weak breath, the divine wind?

You've been fearful of being absorbed in the ground or drawn up by the air. Now, your waterbead lets go and drops into the ocean, where it came from.

It no longer has the form it had, but it's still water. The essence is the same. This giving up is not a repenting, it's a deep honoring of yourself.

Rumi explains a lot about our existence in his poem The Seed Market. The ancient poet understood humans live in a seed market where every thought is a seed. Thought seeds grow and become beliefs that influence our choices and perceptions. Our thoughts are just like our cells. They create and support our body's consciousness. Our choices help create perceptions. Perceptions are energy projections. They help produce our individual and mass reality.

Emotionally charged thoughts create a psychological bridge where similar emotional impulses breed. When we produce an abundance of emotional perceptions, we attract the perception of others, and common beliefs develop.

Some beliefs start before birth. They are in our DNA. Our DNA beliefs are our hidden beliefs. They manifest with our parents' help. Hidden and physically-created beliefs give us a sense of who we are. And who we want to avoid being. Our beliefs have a strong defense. Any thought that does not conform to an accepted belief system is an invader. War is part of our hidden belief system. We are warriors who defend our perceptions and the perceptions of other like-minded thinkers.

The thought we exist and participate in a fourth level of consciousness awareness is one of those invading thoughts. Our old impulses want to keep our belief system functioning in just one particular area of three-dimensional moments of awareness. But when we allow a fourth-dimensional state of awareness to mix with our current physical focus, the experiences we create from those positive invading thoughts change our three-dimensional reality.

As Rumi said: "For one rose, we could buy hundreds of rose gardens." Any thought can produce abundance like that —if it has a fluid connection to our inner personality. That means we believe we create what we experience. We are what we think. And when we change what we think about who we are, we begin to understand our thought-seed market sits open within us. For More Information About Beliefs And How They Impact Perceptions, Pick Up A Copy Of:

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