Friday, January 18, 2013

Live Each Day Knowing You Are Eternal

Have you ever noticed that one day life may feel like the events that happen in your world have altered the course of your life permanently? One really intense day may feel like a shock to the system because we foresee these events are detrimental to a joyful life.  Though it’s true for many that at times life may seem like it is challenging and painful, it’s just as true that often the following day  everything has turned itself around or shifted to a new place. The Buddhist philosophy focuses on understanding life’s impermanence. It is through that understanding, that suffering is released. Though impermanence does not mean we disappear. It merely means we change form.

The saying “wade it out” comes to mind as we truly embrace the impermanence of life because if you are patient you will see all passes by, especially your feelings. After all, even this form you hold is only temporary. Your thoughts are not your thoughts, feelings not your feelings. What I mean by this, is they are not yours to keep and hold on to. They are creations meant to be released. I also mean that these thoughts and feelings have come out of no where also known as the void. They come into your consciousness, and then they dissolve. And then another one comes in, and then another.  In a sense, these thoughts are thinking you!

Many existential philosophers as well as Freud believed that all suffering is rooted in the fear of death…aka impermanence. Freud also said in so many words that this fear creates compulsions, anxiety, and many of the mental problems people have today.  I mean, think about it: we can trace all problems back to fear when we really break them down, and if everyone believed and knew that they were an eternal being constantly just changing form, they would more easily let each day go by in surrender.  Frustration wouldn’t really exist because humans would know that their would be another day or existence to work out the things we long for in life. This is kind of the opposite of what many say: live each day like it is your last. I say, live each day, like you are eternal…because you are! Even when you lose this container, this body, you have a choice to go into another one or remain in a spirit form…still a form, just a new room, a new reality.

In 5D reality, you are formless and in form all at once, you are ever changing depending on your creation. Create yourself as an expanded, vast being, and that is what your life will become. In practical terms, when you have a bad day, try to take to look at the bigger picture that life can offer you. This is just one day, and just as your emotions come and go, so will this day. Even a person’s current view or reaction to you can come and go. You can hit a reset button everyday if you like by intending that all your interactions and events of the day before be completely reset. Expect something different, and you will get it.

I have a Sikh mantra I was blessed to find that I use to reset my day to day life. I find when I use it, not only are the powerful words encoded with a history of people’s energies that have mastered what I talk of here, but it also states clear intention for this reset to occur. I will share it with you here. All you do is say it 11 times a day and watch your life become reinvented.

The significance of 11 is that our nervous system and brain patterns clear after certain mantras are said 11 times or chanted for 11 minutes depending on the mantra.  In numerology, 11 also has the vibration of mastery and balance. Our world is made up of mathematics, energy, and light. This is why the significance of numbers actually can alter our consciousness. We can literally change our own cellular sacred geometry. Our cells and body viewed on the atomic level are made of up of geometric shapes and codes. We can alter our coding through intention and mantra.

The 32nd Pauri of Japji

Ik du jibhau lakh hoh hoveh lakh vis.

Lakh lakh gera aakhiah ek naam Jagdis.

Et raah pat pavariaa chariai hoe ikis.

Sun galaa aakaas ki kitaa aai ris.

Naanak nadri paaiai kuri kurai this.

You can get the pronunciation of this through downloading the musical version on the website

Living life as an eternal being requires patience, don’t you think? If you’re gonna be around forever, you might as well relax and let things work themselves out gracefully. Do not get frustrated or let struggle consume your day to day focus. All is well and will work itself out dear beautiful souls.  And most importantly, make a choice to return to your core nature of love each day.  It is always a choice to be resentful or loving. You can let yesterday go. After all, yesterday does not really exist, and yet it always has been. All time is occurring at once, and as you let this next encoded transmission pass to you now in these words, you will see that you have access to unlimited realities, which includes access to your present, your past now, and your future now. When this knowingness is intended to be activated in your cells, DNA, and brain; patience, acceptance, and love is also easily accessed. It is your birthright to feel the love of your soul. It is your birthright to know and surrender to impermanence and eternity. Intend this now if you wish, and expand into the beauty of life.


Ariah Velasquez

We are one. Ariah Velasquez is a new-thought minister, Pleaidian healer, and counselor. and Copyright 2013.

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