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Understand Consciousness, Part I: Thoughts
By Kim Evans
Nov 30, 2009 - 5:38:00 PM

Understand Consciousness, Part I: Thoughts

Monday, November 30, 2009 by: Kim Evans

(NaturalNews) A lot of the world is fearful right now. If you look around and understand what is going on behind the veils, many would argue that there is every reason to be fearful. But in truth, fear is an energy state and it's a state that attracts more of whatever it is you're wanting to avoid. Actually, many psychologists will tell you that there are only two true emotions: love and fear. And all other emotions fall within one of these two categories.

Gratitude, elation, peace, joy, and acceptance all fall within the energy state of love. Greed, hatred, blame, anger, and guilt all fall within the energy state of fear.

When you are feeling any of these emotions, particularly the emotions of fear - which are of lower consciousness - it's important to understand that you are inherently fearful of something and that fear is driving the emotion. Because when you can look at it rationally, and understand your fear from a more rational light, the solution becomes much more readily available. However, when you are stuck in fear consciousness, the best solution can be much harder to see.

It's important to know that acceptance is the first step into the consciousness of love from the consciousness of fear. So when you look around and the situation is really ugly, like we're unfortunately seeing far too often today, instead of feeling fear, anger, hate, or blame, simply accept the situation as it is. The words to accept an awful situation are simply, "It is what it is." With your acceptance and those words, you'll move back into a love based energy state, where the best answer and solution will come to you far more readily.

To be clear, to accept a situation doesn't mean to condone it or think it's a great thing. Acceptance is simply used to bring your own consciousness out of a lower consciousness and into higher consciousness, where you'll be able to better see and make more effective decisions about the current situation.

Acceptance also doesn't mean you don't do anything about the situation. Sometimes your answer might be to confront the person who has done wrong to you; sometimes your answer might be to share the truth with your friends and make the truth public; sometimes your answer might be to rally a group in protest; and sometimes your answer might be to educate others about a better course of action.

Actually, by accepting the situation you're moving out of consciousness that tells you that you're too small to do something about it, and moving into a place of empowerment where your decisions and actions actually do have power. Because whether it's big or small, there is something each one of us can do.

Power Vs. Force, David Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.

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