All possibilities for creation exist in the present moment.
Meditation is so powerful because it allows you to get out of your body and flow into creation via the present. This is also the state of the unknown, as Dr. Joe Dispenza likes to refer to it.
Now I use the word “allow” generously here. The truth is, you have to consciously recognize that you are not your body, but a higher being. You must take that knowledge and use it to calm the body, and the mind, to go beyond your environment.
You have to learn how to dissociate from all the people you know, all the experiences you recall, and all the thoughts whirling around in your head for at least 30 to 60 minutes a day while in meditation.
This dissociation allows you to move from the known (familiar thoughts, patterns, beliefs from the past) into the unknown (the unfamiliar present). It is in the unknown that creation is possible.
However, the unknown does pose its own set of hurdles. As human beings, we crave certainty. We want to know what’s going to happen next, and how. When you step into a place of unknown, you also step into a place of uncertainty.
Cue anxiety, fear, hyperventilation and an EGO promoting free for all.
Now you might be asking, what about the future? Isn’t that the unknown?
Not exactly. If you are living by the thoughts, beliefs, and identity that was created by past memories, events, and people then you are operating from the known.
As long as you continue to be the same person you were when you woke up this morning, tomorrow is going to look pretty much the same.
On the other hand, if you consciously make changes today, in the present, that can 100% impact tomorrow. Again, making the future still not the unknown. Instead, it just looks like what you created today.
Here is the key.
To truly master yourself requires you to remain connected to, and sustain, the elevated vibration that you create in meditation…all-day-long regardless of what is happening in your physical life.
During my new signature course, Soul Simple Breakthrough, we bridge the gap that occurs throughout your day using breath work, tapping, and kundalini activation.
Through meditation, you can get past the thinking/analytical mind and move directly from the conscious mind into the subconscious mind. And this is why meditation is so incredibly powerful. Once you have learned to create these elevated states during meditation, you can begin to practice and maintain these elevated states with your eyes open. And that means REAL change is happening in our automatic programming.
The more often you practice this, the quicker you will see the results and more you will be able to maintain these states.