Living Beyond Thought, the World Outside of Ourselves.

In, Living Beyond Thought, the World Outside of Ourselves. There’s a Utopia to experience beyond the world, you can find it in the deeper sense of presence.

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living beyond thought

Good Afternoon or Evening, Beauties! See you are all amazing too me, and I hope where ever you at in this moment. That it finds you well!

When you can put aside judgement, or expectations you COULD BE…

You might say, Linda, what are you talking about? The phrase of “living beyond thought” is you stepping into the state of being, where you are not caught up in the stream of overthinking or mental chatter. Existing in the present, feeling present.

You hold space inside your soul for a deeper sense of presence or awareness. Invoke your full mind, body, and soul in being fully present. You refuse to be overly identified with the constant stream of thoughts that interrupt your divine consciousness.

Many times, I felt overwhelmed and exhausted. The signs of burnout were clear, but I didn’t want to admit my weakness. It took a toll on my mind, body, and soul, and I realized I needed help.

When your heart fails and you have a stroke, it’s important to immediately reach out for help. When the ambulance comes to take you to the hospital, your entire reality will be shaken.

At that moment it was INTENSE, all it took was an argument with my husband at the time, and it went into hyper-tension mode and a stroke. I thought I was gonna die. I survived after sitting in the hospital for several days to recover and to be monitored gives you time to reflect. You watch as a tube is feeding your body fluids. I was scared of death at the time.

How many times do you need to be given warning signs? As humans we ignore the inevitable. Yet, there it is revealing itself again and again, this time I listened. I heeded its warning.

From the hospital bed, to changing my perspective. That was nine years ago. My Bianca was six years old at the time and feared for her well being and I did’t want her to be left alone without a mother. It was time for some serious changes . It involved step-by-step practice of meditation, mindfulness, self-compassion, and self-awareness.

These practices helped me get in tune with my thoughts. I do little exercises like the “Three Good Things Theory.”

When I have too many thoughts, I write down three good things that happened recently. It helps me stay focused and positive.

I recognize that I just had changed, adapted to a higher standard of thinking and feeling of being. This amazing surge of energy rushes through my being. My happiness level goes through the roof.

1. Start with small moments: Begin by setting aside a few minutes each day to focus on the present moment. Gradually increase the duration as you become more comfortable.

2. Observe your breath: Pay attention to your breath as it goes in and out. This can help anchor your awareness to the present moment.

Pay attention to how your body feels. Notice things like the sensation of your feet on the ground or the touch of your hands. This helps you stay in the present moment.

4. Non-judgmental awareness: Practice observing your thoughts, emotions, and sensations without judgment or attachment. Simply notice them as they arise and let them go.

5. Bring mindfulness to daily activities: Engage in activities like eating, walking, or washing dishes with full awareness. Focus on the sensations, smells, and tastes involved.

Mindfulness is a skill that takes time to develop. Be patient and kind to yourself as you practice self-compassion.

Sending love and light! God Bless!




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