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Is connecting to higher consciousness needed? 

When we look for a daily practice to connect with higher consciousness, however, manifestations arise within us: whether it is the divine, your higher self, the universe, or whatever name or form, you are opening your self to shift your resonance frequency to a higher vibration. That means there is a surrender of letting go of whatever no longer serves you. There is a sense of loss or grief in that space for the mind. Whatever gives meaning, whatever can sustain a linear experience, must be left to flow with the river of life; letting go of whatever no longer serves you is to make space for something new. All the paths we have walked and the experiences we’ve had have served us well. We should honor them and give them a place in our being. But it’s also important to know when to let go of them. To open space for new experiences. Just like an instrument needs to be tuned after playing in a concert, so when the instrument is played again it does not carry the strain of what happened before. Being willing to let go and give gratitude for what we have received but being open to receiving new tunes as we move in everyday life, can be a powerful tool in your journey. 

Making space for higher consciousness in your daily experience is never a routine moment. It allows you to surrender whatever you are carrying, conscious or unconscious of it, to the eternal flow of this universe. It’s being aware of where you are now and what is within you, giving it with gratitude, and allowing for what this higher consciousness has in store for you. It’s a surrender to whatever comes, with the wisdom that the mind may label it, fight, and resist it. While your soul dances with it, sees it, and knows it is what it is. And in this eternal dance, nothing is permanent, and this too shall pass.  

Prema Bentley | Co-Founder of Sacred Wisdom School

What is the Light?

We experience life as a dichotomy of experiences when we dwell in the labyrinth of the mind. A war always arises as a confrontation or something wrong that needs to be changed or fixed. And with this way of thinking comes also a way of emotions. Who, in return, gives us more thoughts, which will give way to more emotions. It’s a never-ending game. Being able to see this for what it is. Just an experience of the mind, not a reality in itself, can be a life-altering experience. It allows the rise of awareness, and from this space, you share your light with the world, not the light that is in a war towards darkness, but the true light that arises when you are who you are. That type of light transcends time, space, and realms. The truth dissolves all veils and is the birth point of the essence of who we are.   

Prema Bentley | Co-Founder of Sacred Wisdom School

How important is breathing? 

There is a powerful key that allows us to be, to experience, and to know. It has been known since time immemorial, and it’s so simple, that for the mind it is impossible to acknowledge its essential and paramount nature. It’s our breath. Something we consider as primal as an autonomous bodily function, but as primordial to our journey, that all cultures through time, have always recognized as the most powerful tools we have. 

A simple exercise to bring awareness of how the body is breathing, and a natural course correct of this function arises. If in a moment of turmoil, you can see how your body is breathing, the simple act of bringing awareness to the breath, is an avenue for the beginning of self-regulation. Your body has a “natural and relaxed way of breathing”, which is right for you every moment. The body is always in tune with whatever is happening, so bringing awareness to this action is a powerful tool to allow the body to attune to what is happening and find its best breathing rhythm for the moment. You will realize that your breath is deeper and slower, that awareness is key to being present, and that your breath will allow you to experience life as it is. 

Prema Bentley | Co-Founder of Sacred Wisdom School


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