We are aware, we allow, and we accept What Is. We go within to our silent Self which Knows and follow our Inner Wisdom to Truth. We practice Divine Balance in thought, word, and action. We are! We are our Self! We are our Self of Love!
There are so many layers and levels to “What Is”. There is the what is mentally–those thoughts rumbling around; there is the what is emotionally–whatever feelings/energies swirling in and through me; there is the what is physically–what I see, touch, hear, taste, smell; and there is the what is that goes on in those “other realms” of finer and more subtle energies, vibrations, and movements–like dog whistles or the eternal sound of Om permeating all that is!
Did you know:
- While humans can hear sounds whose frequencies range between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz, we’re most sensitive to frequencies between 2,000 Hz and 4,000 Hz—which happens to be the range of human speech.
- the human eye can transfer data at the rate of approximately 8.75 megabits per second–but most of this is filtered out by the brain, which selects what is relevant or not relevant.
There is so much to the human experience that we simply do not register, but which “is” all the same.
Who knows what is possible, what our limits are, what we can learn or do or be, if we only unfilter some of our perceptions (slowly–we don’t want to be overwhelmed and go insane!).
My larger point, though, is that our conscious brains (as far as we have currently evolved), do not and cannot process all the information that we get. Fortunately, it does not need to. There is Inner Knowledge, which does it for us.
Recently, I found out that though I had been a finalist for a job, I was not offered the position. I went over the interview in my head, and “found” exactly the point where I had “said the wrong thing”. I knew it. I just knew that it was that moment in which I did myself in. Then, there was another professional interaction where I knew I was saying exactly the right thing. Later, when I juxtaposed these, I wondered, why do I say the right thing some times, and the wrong thing other times? And it hit me. First: everything is always right. Second, things seem wrong, because my Inner Knowledge Knows it’s not what I need…so out of my mouth pops something that shifts my direction, and brings me something different than I expected (which I interpret as “saying the wrong thing”). When I come upon the exact right experience (which my Inner Knowledge will Know), then all of my words and my actions will align with that experience for everything to fall into place.
Why worry? My Inner Knowledge is taking care of me.