Elemental Energy 5: The Animal’s Perceptions

Elemental Energy 5: The Animal’s Perceptions

Tawny Coster [Acraea violae]

Sometimes wounding is emotional and sometimes it is physical and emotional often depending on the perception of the animal. This is what I want to look at now. Our animal, as discussed in previous newsletters, looks at the world through the perception of this lives experience as influence by past lives experiences. The animal first perceives the world through a view from instinctual safety influenced by past lives. I am shown it is what gives children a large portion of the personality they are born with, their current personality, this view of safety shows up in nervous infants versus laid back infants and all in between.

All current experiences are recorded by the conscious and sub conscious minds. These are found in the neuropath ways of the brain. Our conscious mind creates a neuro synapse for every experience. These last a very short time. Most are processed out during dream states. Those that are important for safety and memory are affirmed again by repetition. We learn by repetition. Once affirmed, the memory becomes a neuropath way in the subconscious mind for later memory recall or safety issues. (I have simplified this information for the sake of discussion.)

The above is always very detailed and individuated. I see it reflected in the elemental thought forms that each person carries with them. These can be seen and worked with at various levels of realms and dimensions of existence.

The primary elemental thought form is what I call the ‘introject’. It is the internal thought form generated by the internalizing thoughts that we all have. The voice is sometimes called the inner critic or the internal parental voice. It is generated by our animal’s trained perception of safety. The training comes from past life perspective of safety and this life’s experiences of this world. I call this training ‘the acting lessons’.

During sessions, we eventually look at the Introject to learn how to consciously unlock the subconscious mind. By identifying it, we can begin to change the safety perspective of the animal. Once this has begun through homework and thereby free will, we can go into other levels of internal elementals that dictate and hold our patterns of behavior. But first it is the ‘Introject’ identification.

The Interject resides over and in the heart chakra. It is what connects us to others through the matrix of similar human experience, as well as binds us to our memories. It is our greatest tool and our prison keeper all at the same time. It is what generates the unspoken ‘vibrations’ that people perceive from us. It holds us to historical patterns of perception and behaviors.

Have you ever been talking or debating with someone and you both view what came out of yours and or their mouth differently then what you/they felt they said. These perceptions are filtered through the Introject. These built in perceptions are created through these individual historical safety issues. The safety issues are generated by the duality of the human experience, the perspective differences between the current personality and the original personality of the soul.

Most of us have not been able to prevent incorporation of our parental, familiar and cultural perceptions to our adult/marital families. To heal one must be able to identify and understand the conditioning of the current personality from our original personality. When this happens we find our own voice. It is this voice that begins the path to consciousness.

With examination of this phenomenon, we can identify who we were, who we are and who were are becoming. These realizations allow us to take an unbiased look and identify the wisdom that is pertinent to our adult personality and to our destiny. When all is said and done, it is frequently the pain we perceive and experience of our early life that forces the animal to open the physical senses to our spiritual growth. Sadly it is the pain that turns us into seekers of knowledge so we can eventually be launched onto our own pathways to find how we can be of service.

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