Within each one of us exists a native intelligence that operates to keep us alive on a subconscious level. This unconscious intelligence is carrying out millions of subconscious functions on our behalf without us having to guide them. Without this inherent intelligence, we would die very quickly.
This native intelligence within us, is a conduit for source consciousness; what some spiritual disciplines refer to as God.
Meditation is a deeply spiritual activity that allows us to tap into and channel the divine (God/Source consciousness).
Meditation: Channeling the Divine
Breathing is one of the functions of our bodies that is both conscious and subconscious. We’re not always focused on taking in oxygen, but at any moment, we can take control of the breathing process and make it a conscious function.
When we focus on our breathing and enter into a state of deep meditation, we’re bypassing the default mode network in our brains and are able to access other transcedental programs in our minds.
The seat of our soul, intuition, and connectivity to divine consciousness becomes stronger and more perceptive with practice.
Cultivating Deep Awareness and Intuition
As a spiritual practice, cultivating deep self-awareness is a superpower. When we bypass our default programming and enter into a meditative state, we’re able to become more acquainted with who we REALLY are deep within our soul; rather than, who the world has indoctrinated us to be.
With greater self-awareness, we strengthen our intuition and source consciousness begins to nudge us with intuitive promptings.
As we become more impressionable to this intuitive guidance system within us, spiritual faculties and skills like deliberate creation, manifestation, and prophetic insights begin acting our environments.
We’re able to bend reality to our will and the veil between us and the divine becomes thin.
Accessing Altered mind-states to Unleash Intuition
Let me know in the comments below what your favorite guided meditations are to help you access the divine, altered mind-states, and cultivate deep intuition.
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Hi, my name is Daniel Fortune. I’m a husband to 1, dad to 5, U.S. Army combat veteran, mental health advocate, writer, and public speaker currently residing in the central valley of the sunny state of California. I started the Minding My Own Madness Blog as with a vision to become one of the best personal development and mental health resource blogs. As someone who has battled with combat related PTSD and Bipolar 1 Disorder for 2 decades now, I intimately know the unique struggles people living with a mental illness face. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find yourself in crisis or would just like to say hi. I’m always just a message away.
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