Welcome to our new series, the Creators Circle. This is very similar to the old support calls, but I hope to keep these far shorter and more highly-focused. In this week’s call, we talk about a range of topics from whether you should go with the flow, to the difference between daydreams and goals, and […]
I’ve been talking about subconscious structures quite a bit in the context of creating your own reality. However, I haven’t given a ton of detail on what exactly I mean by these subconscious structures, and how you can use them to manifest your desires.
The truth is that they are vitally important. They define the path of energy flow towards your manifestation. If the proper subconscious structures aren’t in place, you’ll find yourself running into obstacle-after-obstacle.
What are they? How can you generate subconscious structures that are useful for you? That’s what I’ll cover in this post.
Note from Brandon: Today, I am publishing a post that Justin contributed on the psychic senses. I hope you enjoy his contribution.
Now, here’s Justin!
Now that Co-creation Coaching has opened its full playbook; I have been unleashed. So, as that you’ve been clamoring for a blog on psychic abilities, your wish is now fulfilled.
As you know, the psychic senses are our way of connecting to spirit through our higher self; I like to think of them as extensions of hour physical senses which give us the ability to interact with and touch the Universe. So, without further a due, let’s begin our journey into the psychic abilities.
I’ve been focusing lately on the importance of deepening your connection with the Divine.
But, what exactly is the Divine? Who is God (or the gods)? What is the Universe?
After all, how can you hope to connect to something you’re not even sure the nature of?
So, this week, I’ll be focusing on God / the Universe. Today, I’ll discuss in general my view of the nature of Divinity. On Thursday, I’ll discuss the process of choosing a specific deity, if that is your path, and I’ll give you my own experience in choosing mine.
But before I start, I want to give some caveats:
Firstly, these are all my opinions. If your view of the Divine is different, that’s great. I’ve come to my conclusions through a lot of meditation and research. But, they are my conclusions.
The Universe couldn’t care less how you see Divinity. You have to find what works for you. But, read through this post and see if what I say resonates. If not, let’s discuss it in the comments. 🙂
Secondly, my practice is also my own. As I said in last Thursday’s post, you can have a devotion to a god/goddess, angel, master, or whatever else you feel drawn to. I do suggest a devotion of some kind, but the nature of that devotion is totally personal.
In Hinduism, there are four basic paths to the Divine:
- Karma yoga: the path of action
- Bhakti yoga: the path of devotion
- Raja yoga: the path of meditation
- Jnana yoga: the path of knowledge
These paths, however, are not mutually exclusive. For instance, you can have a devotion to one or more deities (bhakti yoga), which inspires you to perform good works (karma yoga). Your mode of connection might be through meditation (raja yoga), and you might also inquire into the nature of the Self (jnana yoga).
But, they will all help you to connect with the Divine. As long as you are doing something, that’s really all that can be asked. The rest is between you and the Universe.
With all that said, let’s get started.
The biggest issue I see among those who use the law of attraction is a lack of faith and trust. They become concerned that the Universe isn’t going to come through for them, and so the ego feels the need to take control itself, which never works.
I mentioned this a bit in Monday’s post. In that post, I said that it is vitally important that you foster a connection with the Divine.
Well, this is the post where I go into much greater detail about that very process.