However, the other two aspects are also very important, though generally overlooked. One is the subconscious part, which, as the name implies, is below the level of our consciousness. This part is like a data bank in a computer, where everything that has ever happened to us, from birth until now, is stored. Its language, by which we can communicate with it, is in the form of pictures or symbols, as in many ancient languages as well as in dreams. As with the subconscious, we are not usually aware of it, except when we receive occasional unexpected insights, such as hunches, premonitions and through dreams.
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As I was visualising the two circles and seeing the blue light going around the two circles, I realised that my visualisation had suddenly changed. Later, when we told each other what happened we were very surprised at having the same experience together, as it does not happen very often. From a spiritual point of view, I was informed in my meditation by Swami, that the infinity symbol represented the whole of the universe prakriti — nature and that we are part of it.
The whole of the universe that we perceive, is our mind. The mind is also the Ego. The mind consists of desires and attachments.
We are detaching from the aspects of the mind that hinder our progress to God, like worldly desires and attachments. It will usually take at least two weeks doing this exercise, to build up the energy to break free of the condition, or habit, to get the optimum results. The Infinity Exercise The infinity symbol Everything is energy, energy cannot be destroyed, it can only be transformed.
Keep visualising it until you can feel the negative energy drop. This will help reduce your fears about the virus. This book outlines the importance of detachment and why detachment is so necessary in creating and integrating Peace in your life. This entry was posted in Detachment , Uncategorised. Bookmark the permalink. Post navigation.
Cutting the Ties That Bind: Growing Up and Moving On
She graduated from Bishop Otter College in Chichester and taught at the high school level for three years before moving to the United States. There, she married Sidney Krystal, a prominent Los Angeles attorney. They had two daughters, one of whom gave them a granddaughter and a grandson. Krystal was a widow from until her death in
The Phyllis Krystal method
Cutting the Ties That Bind by Phyllis Krystal (Paperback, 1999)