Perhaps it can be considered that when we allow ourselves to be in touch with our souls, we step into a realm where our hectic lives disappear. Stopping momentarily to listen to our selves, gives us the opportunity to process the changes that we sense instinctively as those necessary for growth and fulfillment. When you take stock and take charge of where you are heading in life, you can then make sure you are heading in the right direction. The direction you most want to be in. Being is a present state. It is what you are at any given time. Who do you want to be? What does your inner voice tell you? Are you there yet? If not, what are you doing to be who you want to be how you want to be? If you have not yet, it’s time to start thinking about your goals in life.
The more time you give to listening to the inner voice of your soul, the more likely you are to hear the authentic messages you need to be paying attention to. It may take some time to get through all the irrelevant chatter, but if you write down all the things that are important for you to achieve, your subconscious mind will begin to steer you in the right direction. Straight to authentic and happy being.
I have to let you in though on one of my secrets. Well, maybe not so much of a secret, but something not generally considered nor thought about in most circles. The olfactory system, a fascinating, mysterious and complex component of our being related to scent, has a powerful influence on human emotions and the nervous system. Aromatherapy is the form of alternative medicine that uses plant materials and aromatic plant oils for the purpose of altering one’s mood, cognitive, psychological or physical well-being. I have been putting it to the test so to speak, playing around with different therapeutic plant oils. Based on their intended use, I apply these oils as drops on my undershirt (near the shoulders or in the chest area) and allow a sort of olfactory centered mental trance to take over for hours. The scent causes greater conscious focus on the purpose that the scent suggests as a result of its use, there is the subconscious induction that it works.
I must say, but I cannot prove it, that since I started “playing around” with these therapeutic scents, it appears I must be opening psychic channels to the physical fruition of needed events and occurrences! I don’t really know what made what to happen when, but I am finding myself listening to my small thin voice more attentively and hearing its whispers. Then I find out that I’m in fact being more the me I want to be being in the situations which I find myself. It’s really cool! Of course, It may have absolutely nothing to do with the oils at all … then again, there’s nothing wrong with a well-oiled machine!
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