July 16, 2012 | Christine G. Flynn
Every now and then we all have experiences that we can’t quite explain. For example: we know something is going to happen, and then it does, we have a dream, and then it comes true, or out of the blue, we go somewhere we usually wouldn’t, and we meet our future partner.
When this happens we’ve plugged into the cosmic neural net: an all knowing, cosmic intelligent consciousness. For most of us, it is not a conscious act. But with some understanding, time, patience and practice, you can develop your ability to plug in more frequently and consciously.
Some have a seemingly natural ability to do this, such as shamans, visionaries, gifted clairvoyants and the like. But the fact is, their gift, like all gifts, are born of mental habits, mental habits that can be learned by anyone.
Learning how to plug into the cosmic neural net requires knowing how to activate the most evolved, largest, but mostly dormant part of our primate brain – our frontal lobes. The more we activate this part of our brain, the more it develops, and the more accessible it becomes to us.
Our frontal lobes are located in the area behind our forehead, the area that is commonly referred to as the third eye, and it is this area of neural activity that is responsible for our highest cerebral functions: creativity, logic, reasoning, cooperation, imagination, paranormal intelligence, ecstatic experiences, insight, transcendence and so forth.
Most of the time we tend to be stuck in our mammalian, or reptile brain, the two areas of our triune brain that are responsible for survival, and social interaction. These two areas of our brain activate fear and defence in us, and they give rise to the many other emotions associated with fear and defence, and when we are in these states, we cannot access our frontal lobes.
In order to switch into our ‘super brain’ frontal lobes, we must learn how to quell our fear and defensiveness until they become dormant in us, arising only in real life threatening situations.
A good way to begin doing this is by adopting a practice that concentrates the mind regularly on an activity that gives joy, pleasure, peace, calm, happiness, and quiet. When the mind becomes habituated in this way, gradually the potential of your dormant brain will begin to awaken. In time, you will find yourself having more ‘unexplainable’ things happening, you’ll ‘just know’ things. But this time, you will know that what is really happening is that you are plugging into the cosmic neural net that is accessed through your own super brain neural net.
For more information on how to turn on your super brain and access your mind’s power, please visit: Positive Mind States
About the Author
I have spent many years in the study of personal development. Diagnosed with leaukemia 11 years ago. I used the power of meditation, autosuggestion and visualization to heal myself. I knew I could do this because I realised it was the way I was using my mind in the first place that made me ill. For four years prior to the illness I had been performing in a piece about ‘blood going bad’. I literally focused my brain on that negative suggestion – not realising that I was manifesting it in my body. This was a right of passage that taught me about the importance of focusing my mind on what I wanted, not on what I did not want. Since then I have dedicated my life to understanding the power of the mind and how to develop and harness that power to positive effect. Our mind is the most precious resource for creating the life we want and whatever way we work it – works!
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