The Most Significant Things I’ve Learned

There are lots of “The Most Important Things I’ve Learned” articles out and about.  I’m taking a slightly different approach. The “most significant things”, as I define them, have a built in focus and direction toward human effectiveness. That is to say, they can serve as tools to make you more effective and get you to your goal sooner in an enhanced state. They can make life better by releasing your talents, the functionalities you have built within you, many of which are “gathering dust” but fully available.

One of these “most significant things” is that our nature is that of a creator.  As creations ourselves, we have the DNA of the creator, which includes the functionalities of awareness and the ability to create. We each experience things and use our mind, body and emotions to do things. We create our present, which is the seed or foundation of our future, by choosing, ideally, to enhance the world, to benefit ourselves and others, which is the essence of “God’s Will”.

Another significant thing is that every “thing” can be seen to be a composite of functionalities.  For instance, the physical body has multiple organs and special-purpose cells with singular functionalities.  Similarly, Huna (see Huna – the Secret), describes tools in our human tool belt for crafting an ideal life and supporting a positive and progressing evolution.  Our subconscious mind has full and direct access to our superconscious faculties, making all information available and any situation producible. That being said, two questions arise:

1) what are the “programs” (memories, attitudes, definitions, categorizations, beliefs, expectations) that are currently stored in our subconscious minds being sent to the creative faculties to produce and reproduce? And

2) what is an effective, efficient way to change the programs that drive the created output, namely, what we experience?

The answer to the first question is highly individual and requires self-examination, observation and analysis. To make this an efficient process, it behooves one to request and expect guidance, and learn to observe and listen to one’s thoughts. The ones that are not reactions may just well be your inner guidance.

As for the methodology, during your daily quiet time, pick a belief, categorization, attitude or expectation that that you have adopted. Is it still appropriate, sensible, loving and beneficial? If not, tell your subconscious mind that this is no longer appropriate and give it a positive, loving alternative to pass on to one’s creative faculty to create and out-picture. That’s it in a nutshell, but of course, since the subconscious loves to repeat things, you will have to be persistent and understanding.

Ready? Go.

-Seymour Lovejoy