As human kind has progressed, we spend more and more time in our intellectual knowledge. This knowledge is in the form of thoughts in our minds largely created by our left brains. Unfortunately, we as a specie have come to identify ourselves with our thoughts directed by the left brain that is more associated with ego.
By associating with these thoughts, we come to identify with ego who is centered around controlling outcomes, others, and our environment. This is not a judgment that left brain activities are bad, but merely that human progress has become off balanced, where we connect less with our right brain activities involving the intuitive, holistic, and spiritual.
As I discussed in my earlier post on “Our Neuropathways affect Spiritual Consciousness,” our physical wiring of the brain is effected by our thoughts moving through it. During periods of sustained attention, neurons will wire together to create…
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Excellent advice, particularly on trying to avoid identifying with the ego. I do Yoga and I find that it is a form of meditation for me, not sure if it’s supposed to feel like that but I definitely feel “separated” when doing it, if that makes sense.