In our last meeting, Eloheim discussed the two parts of the mind. It was in response to a question about teleportation, but it expanded far beyond that question to include instaneous manifestation and more. Eloheim explains that this information about where you are putting your thinking, is the “next step” on the Spiritual path for those folks that were in the group that night. I would expect that this is true for many of the people reading this as well.
I found this information very powerful. The last few minutes of this clip connect this new concept with Eloheim’s other teachings. This ‘punchline’ (for lack of a better term), is really amazing.
Here are some quotes from the clip:
If the mind become busy, you leave the mind to it busyness.
You don’t overcome the mind, you simply allow it to wear itself out and run itself down …. without attention, the mind cannot continue to plague you.
Your Intention is your Attention focused.
How can I ‘not think’ but still Intend?
Thinking tends to be habitually driven. Intention is made manifest by decision. One is on purpose and the other is by habit.
‘I think therefore I am?’ Actually, you are the decisions about what you think. I direct my thoughts therefore I am. I think just because I breath. You think simply because you are drawing breath.
Ask yourself, What is it that I want? Am I wasting a bunch of mental time trying to fill the space between my ears or am I focused on what I actually want?