A different dimension

There are surface thoughts all the time like a babbling brook, but underneath them are larger, often darker, recurring controlling thoughts, that if we allow, they shape our entire life. They live in the deep recesses of our mind, like in a dark corner of a cave. We are unaware of them.

We can through consciousness and being in this moment become aware of our surface thoughts and if we witness them and do not energise them, they dissolve and drift away like clouds in the sky on a windy day. But these are manifested by the deeper thought patterns.

The deeper, darker, repetitive and controlling thought patterns are there all the time like white-noise playing constantly and we are not often aware of them because they are there all the time, but they control the surface thoughts and our reactions, emotions, all that happens. They become what we think is us or we become them actually.

When we become aware of them over time, through continued consciousness and our spiritual practices, then we can see them and once we can see we can start to just witness them too, we can stop subconsciously energising them. We can shine our light into the deep recesses of the mind. Once we can dissolve the deep thought patterns we can go deeper and deeper into our true essence, being and soul. We can experience a different dimension to life.

We can transcend the mind-controlled state that is the false you and me and connect with the real true being and the unmanifested that is there. We can reach complete inner-peace and we can just be. We start to be life instead of having a fantasy mind-created ‘living situation’ made up of thoughts of the past and future.

Joy for no reason

“Enjoyment” by Philip Dodson

If we need to have a reason, if we need to create, buy, own, have, build, make, eat, take something, or do anything to bring joy and happiness, then we have missed the point.

Joy doesn’t need a reason, it is always there and can be accessed at any time and always by just being conscious and by just being. Simplicity is joy. Nature is joy. Living in this moment free from thought and ego is the pure joy of consciousness.