Higher Self Guided Personal Transformation – Step 4: Contemplating Your Experience

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
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Satsang with the Self
Video: 192
Date: January 30, 2013
Title: Higher Self Guided Personal Transformation – Step 4: Contemplating Your Experience
Running Time: 58:29
Parts: 6

Higher Self Guided Personal Transformation – Step 4: Contemplating Your Experience

To contemplate means to look at thoughtfully. When we contemplate, we allow our minds to process experiences and ideas to arrive at new knowledge. Contemplation is an active process that, when performed properly, can awaken deeper parts of our minds and unlock greater intelligence.

In step 3 of the Higher Self Guided Personal Transformation mini-series, you were taught how to stay in open receptivity and non-judgmental awareness in order to merge your consciousness with the object(s) of your awareness. This gave you deeper insight into the nature of the object(s), providing true understanding.

Now in step 4, you take that new knowledge and apply it. By allowing your mind to process the new information thoroughly you will arrive at new conclusions. In this step, you will be taught what contemplation is and how to properly perform it. Then in steps 5, 6 and 7 you will be applying this new knowledge to create new life experiences in mind, emotions and body.

Contemplation is the act of mentally processing information and experiences to gain greater understanding. Contemplation is the yang aspect to the yin of Understanding. In this video you will be taught how to effectively contemplate – to unlock the deeper knowledge within your subconscious mind. This new knowledge will then transform how you understand yourself and your life experiences. Before we act, it is wise to take time to contemplate your experiences and your potential actions.

It is important to understand that contemplation is not the same as meditation. It is very common to see authors and teachers misusing these two terms. They are two very different methods that use different practices and reach different goals. Contemplation requires active mind activity to be performed. It is a an active process of thinking. Whereas meditation requires an inactive mind and no thought so that awareness can be experienced in greater depth.

Every week as part of this Channel Higher Self video mini-series, you will be taught one aspect of the self mastery and personal transformation process. Information and exercises are given to develop the skills necessary to master your human experience. These videos will lead you towards your own Higher Self state of awakening and total mastery of the human experience. Step by step you will be guided to awaken, purify, and heal all parts of your human self to allow for the fullest expression of your Divine Inner Light, Love, peace and bliss.

Many blessings and much Love!

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5 Comments

  1. Claude says:

    Thank you Lincoln
    Thinking of contemplation as the art of finding a balance between generating enough awareness to keep the mind focused on the topic, but also not too much awareness so that the mind silences appears very helpful. And it’s relieving to also give the act of proper thinking its well deserved space in the context of spiritual life and not only stress the importance of inner silence.
    Cheers

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  2. Oscar says:

    Namaste Lincoln,

    Should my contemplating sessions be in a private quiet surrounding such as when I meditate ? I am having a hard time applying this practice in my daily life as I work 8 hrs a day, come home and interact with my kids and wife. I know I have to put the effort in doing so, just needed to know if it required to be in a private setting for it to be more effective.
    In listening to this video, it helped me realize that part of my frustration in my career , business , job life is in not applying the knowledge I already have within me, whether it be through experience, reading or observation. . I am always waiting for that perfect moment or circumstance where I can act. I think i have waited too long. I am 34 years old , and to be honest I feel that I need to somewhat accelerate my actions in order to manifest my desires before it is too late. What do you suggest I do to gain that patience and lessen the anxiety in applying these wonderful techniques.? many Blessings to you!

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  3. Colin says:

    Wow. thank you.

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  4. sue says:

    dear Lincoln…this was he second time i listened.. thank you for suggesting that.. to do 3 and 4 again… and so much MORE resonated with me…….. i am so grateful you for making these videos.. i truly believe that they will be such a huge stepping stone for me on my spiritual journey…i would also like to say … the words that resonated with me so much that i felt a deep feeling/realisation/sort of “stopping” in my tracks…. was “you are everything you will ever know… for eternity” i just realized that…for the first time ever…wishing you peace and love….

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  5. Jah says:

    Thank you Lincoln. This lesson brought tears of joy to my heart.

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