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In my life I feel the need for connection at the present moment. But what do I connect to and how? I have read about the fact that all and everything in life and in the Universe is connected, but how do I relate to that? What does it mean for me here and now to be connected?
After many years of giving thought to Oneness and connectivity, I have to say that most of it remains a vague idea for me. I still cannot grasp any certain aspects of this question fully.
One simpler idea for me concerns my inner connection however. My hope is that the sentence “as above, as below” will work here up to a certain point.
I often forget my body, how can that be? I am often in my head, not as much “doing as much “thinking” as one might think. I am mainly day-dreaming. It goes on and on, it is like a drug. The more I day dream, the more I am hooked on it.
What can stop this cycle of never ending stream of associations, of dreams and emotions? At times it is as if they feed on each other. What goes on in my head feeds what goes on in my solar plexus and vice versa? Can some part of me step back, if only for one moment, and take a good look at my inner picture? Can I take an instant x-ray of my inner state?
My body is also has its own daydreaming phase. I can hear you ask: “ Laura, how can your body daydream?” Well, it can! Or if you like to put it in a different way, it is lazy and stubborn. It loves it constant neutral mode: being relaxed and having a relatively full stomach. It easily leaves itself be forgotten about under these circumstances. It easily falls asleep.
So when my body is asleep, when my head and emotions are engaged in a mutual daydreaming indulgence, how can I be awake? If I am incapable of having self- awareness, how can I expect to be aware of the higher dimensions, and of my multi- dimensional nature?
It seems to me that day dreaming and imagination are rather different things. Day dreaming seems to happen automatically. The imagination seems to feed into memories and emotions. It seems to me that there is an element of deception to this type of negative imagination. There seems to be a certain type of lie. It just refuses to stop and to focus on the job at hand.
It refuses to let my head and brain focus on a job, while allowing for an inner freedom to operate. A free attention would be the ideal situation. I could direct it at what ever I wish. I could direct it to my job, to my body, to my spine, to observing myself.
When my body is tired, I seem to be more able to detach myself from the immediate attraction. My attention is not so set in its habitual imaginative state. It imagines many moods and states, it imagines that I actually know something, that I am a free and independent human being. It imagines that my head knows… it forgets about the world of the Illusion.
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