The 3 stages of Human Consciousness .

BEING in the mind, the heart and the gut. Those are the 3 stages of Human consciousness.
The experience is very distinct. Ahnanda is currently in the heart and after this experience is over, the gut will follow. Ahnanda is knowledgeable of the mind, as he has gone through it.

Raysha, Mathias, Miguel and Ahnanda where sharing experiences in a nearby park.

Miguel told Ahnanda: “ Now you are in the heart. However, you could go back to the mind unless you feed the heart with gratefulness and appreciation.
In you, there are 2 little dogs: The rabid dog (mind) and the happy dog (heart.)”

The rabid dog is reactionary. Trying to control things, violent with others and the self. The rabid dog compares all the time and measures how ahead he is in relation to others. It is angry if it finds out, others are better off.
The happy dog is placid, content within itself. Void of judgment. It observes and becomes amazed at Life.

Miguel continued: “The mind will try to gain control as it has done it for many years of your Life.
This new game that you will play is called the “jumping rope.” At one extreme is the rabid dog holding one side of the rope. On the other side, is the happy dog. Your task is to jump the rope at the right time, otherwise; you will be totally entangled and even could fall… “

Ahnanda said: “ I have experienced that I cannot analyze things anymore. If I go to the market to buy things, it is hard for my me to add up numbers and even I am becoming forgetful of things. Is that part of the process?”

Mathias responded: “ The mind is upset. If you don’t want to give it control of things, then the mind wants to see what can you do without it. Just talk to your mind and say: If you don’t want to help me with the tasks that you used to, that is fine. I am working on prosperity, so if the salesman says that the final price of all things I buy is something, I just accept it, pay and move on.”

Miguel added: “ In this new game you will need to learn to identify the mind from the heart, on the fly. Thus, take a moment before responding, pass some saliva through your throat and then respond. Your reaction will seem slow to others, but it will be conscious and that will avoid many unsavory episodes.”

Mathias then said: “It is important to remember that what you DO is not as important as BEING conscious of who you ARE while DOING.”

Life makes sure that Ahnanda obtains the necessary “tests” to learn to distinguish those 2 little dogs.
Contemplation is the tool to look at the self. Not to find mistakes and feel guilt as the mind likes to do; but to recognize who was there in “Me,” and how those energies get triggered. Contemplation is the “scientific lab” for that.

BEING in the heart is not a “lovey dovey” story. It is the experience of no-mind. Ahnanda has found out through his own experience that to BE in the “now” is impossible, when we are consciously located within the mind.

The mind only knows past and future. The heart only knows “now.”

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4 comments

  1. Gayathri

    Dear Ahnanda, i tried to understand what you have written in this article. May be, i am just at the stage of trying to listen to my heart. My mind uses a lot of logic, keeps itself constantly busy with some thing or the other (yes,by analysing, judging, etc). Recently, whenever i got angry with any one’s behaviour, i started to give a break to my arguing mind and remind it something which i really believe in and mostly forgetful about. It is about the predestined drama/ life. We the actors do not have any choice in playing our roles as the story is already being written.Each soul, actor is going through his/ her own journey. This awareness makes me cool and i become mild. Nowadays it is becoming easy to forgive people. So far so good. 🙂
    regards,
    Gayathri.

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    • ahnanda

      Dear Gayathri,
      “Choice” is very far for a conditioned mind. To go beyond “choice,” we need to go beyond mind.
      All the best! 🙂

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