09-Nov-2015 21:56

Naturally, when we grow into the “knowingness” that our true essence can never be threatened — fear states — become a thing of the past and freedom ensues.Mindfulness, ironically points us toward a “state of being” where we are not controlled by our thoughts or the conditioned mind.

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At first this can be very difficult to accept, especially if we are accustomed to allowing our ego consciousness to control the choices we make and the direction of where our attention goes.

One of the first steps I share with all of those I work with is to teach them techniques to become aware of how often we make choices out of fear, rather than a state of safety.

Click above for a 1 hour presentation on Mindfulness sponsored by the American Hypnosis Association.

Mindfulness: The simple experience of paying attention to what is happening, both as a participant and an observer.

(The opposite of forgetfulness.) In the strictest sense mindfulness is seeing into the true nature of things.

When our consciousness has evolved to this state, we more easily recognize that in this moment, if we have breath, we have all that we need. Eckhart Tolle’ the author of The Power Of Now calls it Witnessing Presence.