Unprocessed traumatic memories are stored in a region of the brain that knows no logic or time -midbrain. Our mid brain is the home of our memories and emotions, it is literal and illogical, it is guided by our senses and it controls our bodily functions and thoughtforms. According to Bruce Lipton operate in our conscious mind around 5% daily. The rest of the time we are ruled by our unconscious, mid brain. Neuroscience has demonstrated that our unconscious functioning precedes conscious awareness by at least 1/2 second (Libet, 1983 & 1993). The outcome of Libet’s experiments indicate that most issues like motivation and procrastination, indecision, conflicting priorities, burnout, overwhelm and performance anxiety are a result of automatic (unconscious) reactions and patterns which occur before conscious awareness. (Dangeli 2018) Shamans believe that the world seems real only because we perceive it as such and that everything we perceive is a reflection of an internal, individual “map” or blueprint that each of us has constructed about the nature of reality.

These themes are grooved into our neural networks that quickly interpret what we perceive through the senses. They hold a dynamic map of our world and how our reality works. It contains sights, sounds, scents, memories, and early childhood experiences (Dr. A. Villoldo 2019). These maps are stored in what shamans define as the Light Body or Luminous Energy Field, and what scientists call neural networks in our brain. If we wish to change the outer world, we must begin by changing the inner maps, by healing the imprints of disease and trauma from the Light Body. Shamans believe that the Light Body is the blueprint that creates health or disease and that greater understanding of this Light Body process can induce self-healing. Healing addresses the cause of the disease and the resulting toxic emotions that separate the person from his or her joy and health. To shamans, the cause of the disease is due to the imprints of trauma stored in the Light Body and that self-healing happens when we clear these marks from the luminous matrix that envelops and informs our lives.

Unprocessed traumatic memories are stored in a region of the brain that knows no logic or time -midbrain. Our mid brain is the home of our memories and emotions, it is literal and illogical, it is guided by our senses and it controls our bodily functions and thoughtforms.

According to Bruce Lipton operate in our conscious mind around 5% daily. The rest of the time we are ruled by our unconscious, mid brain. Neuroscience has demonstrated that our unconscious functioning precedes conscious awareness by at least 1/2 second (Libet, 1983 & 1993). The outcome of Libet’s experiments indicate that most issues like motivation and procrastination, indecision, conflicting priorities, burnout, overwhelm and performance anxiety are a result of automatic (unconscious) reactions and patterns which occur before conscious awareness. (Transpersonal Handbook p.10 – Dangeli 2018)

Shamans believe that the world seems real only because we perceive it as such and that everything we perceive is a reflection of an internal, individual “map” or blueprint that each of us has constructed about the nature of reality.

These themes are grooved into our neural networks that quickly interpret what we perceive through the senses. They hold a dynamic map of our world and how our reality works. It contains sights, sounds, scents, memories, and early childhood experiences (Dr. Alberto Villoldo 2019). These maps are stored in what shamans define as the Light Body or Luminous Energy Field, and what scientists call neural networks in our brain. If we wish to change the outer world, we must begin by changing the inner maps, by healing the imprints of disease and trauma from the Light Body. Shamans believe that the Light Body is the blueprint that creates health or disease and that greater understanding of this Light Body process can induce self-healing. Healing addresses the cause of the disease and the resulting toxic emotions that separate the person from his or her joy and health. To shamans, the cause of the disease is due to the imprints of trauma stored in the Light Body and that self-healing happens when we clear these marks from the luminous matrix that envelops and informs our lives.

Transpersonal coaches help people to resolve issues in their life, by facilitating processes that enable them to transform limiting self-constructs and debilitating beliefs into whole new ways of being resulting in greater clarity, broader perspectives, improved performance and an enhanced sense of meaning and purpose in life. (Dangeli 2018)

The role of the transpersonal coach is to support the client to develop a more expansive sense of self and, in so doing, to help the client access the necessary resources that will help them attain their fullest potential. (TCH p.5) Techniques such as Open Awareness, the seven interconnected levels on which we experience our lives and the ten key aspects that influence our current perceptions, motivations, abilities and outcomes aids to get all ‘parts’ of you on board driven by a clear vision and in alignment with a meaningful purpose.

Reference:

Trauma's Physical and Emotional Toll on the Body - Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, RMTThe

Four Winds 2016 - Dr. Alberto Villoldo

The Transpersonal Coaching Handbook - Jevon Dängeli

When we understand the true flickering, temporary nature of this world, then we can understand the beauty of each moment. If we cannot find happiness within ourselves, we cannot find it anywhere - That's when real Yoga begins.

We have all felt that soothing feeling at the end of a yoga class, the release and sense of lightness. This is what keeps us coming back time and time again. The goal of yoga is to bring us into a mood that sustains us so that we don't have to go into a yoga practice to change our mood. That is when we start to bring yoga into all aspects of our lives.

Nothing can bring us lasting happiness, but you have it already. The real thesis of Yoga is not that you get your health, well-being or inner peace from outside ourselves such as fame, fortune or relationships, which is what our culture often teaches us but rather we have it already. So the question becomes What am I doing that's disturbing that? As supposed to How can I get something that I already have?

What am I doing to disturb my own health and well-being? When we look at ourselves instead of relying on others for our happiness we can choose to act and change the patterns or behaviours that stop us from living the life we want to live. The meaning and purpose of life is to find out who we are. Yoga is a way to realise our authentic selves.

What am I not paying attention to that I need to?

What am I not hearing?

The Guru Is Your Own Self

If the light is already there and its being obscured by darkness a Guru - Remover of Darkness, can help you to find your inner voice. Whether you have chosen to follow the teachings of a great Master or “go it alone,” you will eventually come home to the Source.

Ultimately, the Guru lies within you and all the great Teachers are nothing other than mirrors of your own self—someone you have created to remind you of all the things you have forgotten.

The Light you see in these Divine Beings is a reflection of your own Light. You cannot bow to any external Guru without also bowing to yourself. The end of the journey is to rediscover the Enlightened Guru that is none other than your own Self.

Remember Ramana Maharshi’s words:

“The Guru is none other than the Self. As the seeker’s mind is bent outward, the Self takes a human shape as a Guru, to help drive it inward.”

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