The point has been raised that in your HPT (Highly Precious Time) unwanted thoughts keep coming in to the mind and try as you might they won’t go away. Indeed the ‘monkey chatter’ is often, at least to begin with, the most persistent opportunity to cope with.
But here’s the thing: when you see a cork floating on a pond that disturbs your vision of the mirror like tranquillity, however hard you hit the cork it will always rise back to the surface. You see according to the wisdom of the Huna, ‘energy flows where attention goes’. In other words the more attention you give to your erroneous thoughts the more power you give them to be maintained.
But if you ignore the cork you will find that the slightest breeze will carry it away and out of your field of vision. Similarly if you acknowledge but then ignore the thought it will fade until replaced by another. Similarly treated it too will fade until you are left with the same tranquillity as the still surface of the pond.
The purpose of HPT is to reflect the kind of tranquillity that should be your pursuit in life, leaving space for the happiness that comes from the joy you get through each and every thought and act of your life. In the tranquillity of HPT you become attuned to the constant flow of knowledge and wisdom that is the spiritual compliment to all that you receive through the physical five senses in your daily life.
Refuted or ignored and purposely blocked in the flow of conscious awareness by most, and this is on a personal and a race level, this essential other avenue of internal thought data is the signpost to the pathway that will lead you to the freedom you deserve and is yours by right. Like the radio receivers we have spoken of before the beauty of this connection is that you can tune in anywhere and at any time to suit you.
When you consider, and yes realise, that:
The basis of your life is absolute freedom, the goal is joy, and the result of that perfect combination is motion forward, or growth. Your goal is to find objects of attention that let your cork raise.Thank you Abraham for this other take on corks!