Deep within each of us resides a magnificent, ethereal, energetic being of all-knowing; a resource to which there is no compare. That infinite being of light is you. Beyond your physical body and your human personality, both of which can be strongly identified as being ‘you’, there’s the real ‘you’ – the eternal soul. Soul is the one who is a part of everything; beyond all time and space, emanating through perpetual dimensions and realms of experiences. Have you ever thought of yourself in such a way? Have you ever considered that you’re mystical and that you’re divine?
In an increasingly hurried and dis-unified world, one that can take its toll on your mind, your body and soul, it can make a huge difference (and have a positive impact) when you have an awareness of your infinite being. Knowing and experiencing that you’re more than the physical and having a direct connection with your own divinity can set you on a harmonious path; a path and a life, that’s in the flow.
But, how do you get into the flow? How do you know when you’re in or out of it? What is ‘the flow’ and what does it have to do with your inner mystic? Let’s explore the fundamentals of flow and the importance of recognising and honouring the timeless soul that you are and all that you’re a part of…
Your inner reality – the mystic within
Let’s begin by exploring your inner reality; the reality that takes over when you close your eyes and allow your energetic presence to guide and direct your every thought and impulse. Try it now. Just close your eyes and notice the instant shift that takes place in your perception and awareness. Where can you feel your focus and gaze going to? Is it deep within your body? Is it towards your heart?
The mystical is that which is out of the ordinary or non-mundane. The mystical is that which we rarely touch and have less first-hand experience with. Hence, it’s less understood. The mystical can seem mysterious and often daunting to you. And yet, the mystical is your true nature. Some are instinctively drawn to the mystical aspects of life, to soul, spirit and the invisible realms. These tend to be the people who contemplate regularly, can relax their over-thinking mind and are comfortable handing over the zealous control of the head, to the heart. And yet some are afraid of the mystical, preferring to remain focused purely on the outside world of form, for fear or ignorance of what they cannot understand. Which are you? I trust that by the end of today’s blog post, you’ll be more open to the mystical and will be experiencing a direct connection with your own ‘inner mystic’.
Experience your divinity: in an instant
As you allow yourself to turn away from the lure of the physical and material world, you’ll notice that the act of ‘going within’ is as simple as closing your eyes. When you close your eyes, you’re instantly transported to the invisible realities; the realm of your infinite self. When you can go within like this, your alpha brainwave state (the slight meditative state of between 9 and 14 vibrations per second) is also invoked, which allows you to enter a healing flow. When you can remain in an alpha state for several minutes or more, you can then begin to access your deeper mind and your creative, imaginative state. The more that you can practice just closing your eyes and being still, the greater access you have to soul and to your spiritual reality. Peace and contentment flows from this…
I’m curious, it’s easier for me to do with my eyes open but I’m pretty sure that’s because I trained myself to do it that way as a child. I would slip into my own world whenever bored which was ALL the time but they would know I wasn’t paying attention if I closed my eyes so it’s quite easy for me to do in a room full of noise and activity.
Does it make a difference or should I keep trying to do it the same way everyone else does so it will work like that?
Thank you for any answers you may provide!
Love and Light to All