Level 3: engaging the Second Mental Sphere (Sub- or Unconscious)
Reference from the book “Accessing your Multidimensional Self”
Informative Samadhi activates second mental sphere.
Visualize the second mental sphere (sub- or unconscious) in the brain and centered in the optic nerve, encompassing the pineal gland and corpus callosum. This mental sphere governs the right front hemisphere.
This sphere contains every perception and life experience that was not consciously registered or that is filtered out of your day-to-day conscious mind (third mental sphere). What people think of as their personality is primarily based on their own evaluation of their reactions to a set of circumstances. Everyone experiences a different set and order of life circumstances and is given an equal opportunity of responding consciously or unconsciously and/or positively or negatively.
This sphere corresponds to the third time dimension: Cosmic synchronization. Cosmic synchronization refers to mastery of the synchronic order: Self-creation through time. Here, we impress the codes of the synchronic order, embedding them into our subconscious.
The second mental sphere is activated as informative Samadhi. Cultivation of unbroken meditative awareness allows us to access information previously out of range of our waking conscious. Knowledge of the Law of Time lies dormant in this mental sphere. The Law of Time makes conscious what was previously unconscious. According to the Law of Time all life possesses unconscious energy
This mental sphere is activated by cultivating states of peripheral awareness, both through meditation and by contemplation of the Law of Time: Time as the evolution of consciousness.
If our day to day experience remains unconscious of the Law of Time, then when an experience occurs in our time space, we will not be aware of the opportunity for heightened consciousness that is being presented to us. However, if we are conscious of the Law of Time, then our experiences become triggers that enter us into higher consciousness.
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