Don’t Bite the Hand That Feeds You!

Our lives consist of a great deal more than we sometimes see. “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to a better understanding of ourselves.” Carl Jung 먹튀검증업체

Carl Gustav Jung was born in Kesswil Switzerland in 1875. As a psychiatrist Jung was one of the founding fathers of depth Psychology and the New Age movement. Jung’s most famous concept, the collective unconscious, is the basis of what this article is about. Dr. David R. Hawkins refers to this ‘collective unconscious’ that Jung coined as a bottomless, subconscious pool of all of the shared experiences of the human race. A sort of vast database comprised of all of the information ever available to human consciousness.

Dr. Hawkins became well known for, among other things developing a system whereby anyone can tap into that ‘collective unconscious’. I recommend Dr. Hawkins book entitled Power vs. Force to anyone interested in expanding his knowledge about consciousness. It is available at major books stores and on line at Amazon.com.

The bottom line here is that we are all connected and that is quite verifiable. The actions of others sometimes have a very strong effect on us. Realize that the stronger the reaction to something another does to you, or in your presence, the more you should look for the message that is being subconsciously sent to you. The people who “push our button” the easiest are always our best teachers. Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.

Once you realize that when the “Critical Mass” is reached the entire consciousness of any group will shift. You will begin to have a feel for how much we have to learn from everyone around us. Here is a quote from “The Hundredth Monkey” written by Ken Keys Jr. When a certain critical number achieves an awareness, this new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind. Jung also labeled coincidences, synchronicities and reasoned they were meaningful. As you learn to notice these synchronicities in your life your awareness begins to expand and you begin too much more effectively “Connect the dots” so to speak.

Viewing others as though a mirror reflecting back to us those things that we should consider changing or balancing in our lives gives each of us a new point of view from which to look at ourselves. Our own character is often hard to be critical of because we are standing behind it so to speak. Being presented with a mirror image of that character right before our eyes gives us that new point of view. These reflections are often exaggerated to get our Attention. ( A crucial ingredient as I have often pointed out in my writings.)

I can’t stress enough how important it is to try and be aware of these things. Both the teachers in our lives and the coincidences that take place from time to time. Since the area where our ATTENTION is placed will always grow stronger in our lives, it is important to consciously pay ATTENTION to where we are willingly placing that ATTENTION. We all have the ability to place our ATTENTION wherever we would like. If you are actively noticing these coincidences as they appear, you are much more likely to grasp the special meaning they hold for you when they show up in your life.

The definition of the word coincidence according to Dictionary.com is, A striking occurrence of two or more events at one time apparently by mere chance. While the word coincidence is from the word coincide which is defined as, To correspond exactly, as in nature. To agree or concur, as thought or opinion. When it comes to those mirror images or teachers reflecting back to us and feeding us bits of helpful information in our lives, cherish them. Make a concerted effort to take advantage of all of the information available and “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you”.