Yogi and karmic relationships.

One negative karmic relationship can pull a yogi off the path, and the loss will be felt not only in this life but in future ones as well!

Yogi when you first meet someone, be aware of your first thoughts. Your intuition will always recognize a past connection. Listen to it. It will clearly send you a feeling that will indicate whether the karma is more positive or more negative. Usually, karma is mixed, but it will lean toward one side. Be certain that you know which side it leans toward.

If you meet someone with whom you have difficult karma, you will often feel a very strong attraction. When this happens, always check it out with your Higher Self. Positive karma can be strong at first or can gradually grow stronger as the relationship develops. The words you use with someone can also be an indication of negative karma. If you notice your words are negative, take time to observe your interactions carefully.

Yogi the words you use often bring up old feelings from past lives.

So it is wise to watch your words to see if there are hidden meanings and vibrations. Yogi even if your words are not negative, you can be giving ordinary words negative vibrations if the karma is negative.

Be certain to be totally disidentified when dealing with such a karmic relationship. Words are the key to karma. When they are spoken, they bring up feelings and reactions that play into karma or make new karma. That is why it is so important to choose your words carefully, to speak them purely, and to use heart energy at all times to cloak the words.

Karma is created instantly. It’s important to keep karma in higher awareness in relationships. Although you must be vigilant at all times in relationships, the best way to balance this vigilance is through meditation.

Yogi Freeing the mind of words is freeing the spirit.

When words intrude into meditations, they create vibrations that keep the spirit from soaring. I am speaking now of words coming from your own thinking, not those sent from a higher source. Freeing the mind of words allows your mind to rest such stillness opens the channels to the higher worlds. The resting mind is the doorway to the inner mind, which is connected to the Higher Self and leads to the Expanded Consciousness.

When you have changed your words to convey positive meanings, then you are crossing the threshold to the inner mind. The energy of positive words encompasses the higher vibrations, and those vibrations help the spirit to strive upward.

Yogi ask your Higher Self to let you feel the vibration of the following words:

1. Love  2. Compassion 3. Education 4. Joy 5. Striving 6. Encouragement

7. Helping  8. Accomplishment  9. Giving  10. Working

With each of the above words, you can feel the energy. Realize that when you speak these words, you are sending this energy out. The speaking can be done alone, or directly to a person. In either case, the energy is sent. For instance, if you want to send the word compassion, say out loud, “I feel compassion for so and so.” Naturally, the words must come from the heart. Otherwise, the energy is diluted.

Sending a word just as a thought gives it a different energy.

Thought energy is more subtle and, depending on the sender, can be more or less powerful than speaking the words out loud. In either case, the words need to be carefully formed to convey the strongest impact.

The reason why chants and mantras are so powerful is because they are simply formed and the energy is repeated until it becomes a very strong vibration. If someone is working with words in this manner, it is important that the words be not only positive but also clear in meaning. Any meaning other than the one intended would become part of the word, so I suggest looking up the word to be certain that you are not using a word with a meaning that is not appropriate to your message. This is especially true if you are developing an affirmation or chant.

Yogi ask your Higher Self: Give me a particular chant or affirmation that would be helpful to me at this time. Then ask: Tell me about the vibration and what its effect on me will be.

When you speak, remember your words are vibrations. Keep those words in your heart and add your heart’s energy to them. Even if the words are mundane, the heart’s energy will affect the receiver in a positive manner.

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Inspired With Life

Meditation and yoga have been a subject matter which I have been practicing on a daily basis for several years now.

I came about this through a life changing accident in New Zealand in 2010 this changed my way of thinking and has led me on the spiritual path.

You can read about my personal experience here > http://inspiredlifecolintandy.strikingly.com/blog/a-critical-rescue

Anyone can learn to connect with their soul if they put some time into the practice. This is something you can do in your own meditations but just be aware that it gets easier with practice and you will get better at it with meditative practice, so don’t be discouraged if you are not successful in the beginning of doing this. I wasn’t very effective in the beginning either. You start by getting in a good quiet state of meditation where you feel internally connected with your inner being.

Once you understand that your life at this moment is part of a much larger continuum than the few decades you will inhabit this body, you open yourself to the high calling and noble journey of cooperatively joining with your soul in its evolution.