The first step in learning to meditate is being able to place your awareness on something and keep it there. This can be challenging initially. It is suggested to use the following basic exercises, to help build concentration and focus. If you have not done this before it is best to start with one-minute sessions.
- Count slow cycles of breathing for one minute. In and Out is one cycle. When you notice your mind wandering, just return to the breath. Notice how many thoughts try to crash focus, grab your attention. Is there a pressure behind them? Where is this coming from?
- Place you awareness on sound for one minute. Not going after noises and not blocking them out. Just neutrally becoming aware of the sounds around you. Are you aware
The Spirit of Humility is one of the seven main spirits of Christ.
The Spirit of Humility reduces our need for self-justification and allows us to admit to and learn from our mistakes or Negative Ego behaviors. Humility is the key to help us overcome many of these thought distortions which evolve into a host of ego defense mechanisms. True Humility because it is a Spiritual Virtue of the Christ, protects us from unconsciously giving our consent and power to
Ascension essentially encompasses an Universal perspective towards the compassionate practice of World Humanism and includes the entire spectrum of life, of all inhabitants of the world, no matter what race, religion, belief or creed, to be equally deserving of benevolence, Empathy and Compassion.
Here in Energetic Synthesis we are exploring how we each can make productive movements forward within ourselves to develop Christos spiritual qualities
The more soul fragmented and damaged a person’s energetic body is operating (or not operating at all) the more distorted the thoughts and behaviors become.
These deviations are manifested as Addictions, perversions and a wide array of damaging personality disorders or Alternate Identities that can be well observed in the individual as destructive to the self and destructive to others. When one is continually destructive towards the self, or others, eventually the Soul