On Active Mindfulness

“This moment is eternal, dynamic and ever changing – however, based on our subjective experience, narrative, karma – whatever you want to call it, we perceive this moment from our own skewed perspective.  A perspective of what has come before.  Most of us bring in the same point of view so life doesn’t appear to change.  Referencing the mind is like looking at a photograph. Wouldn’t you rather see the actual sunset?  
– John Newton from his Advanced Call Series, 12 May 2016

John considers his work complementary and supportive to the healing work of doctors and therapists rather than as an alternative to their care. www.healthbeyondbelief.com

#AncestralClearing #Consciousness #Mindfulness #ComplementaryHealing

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Original transcript from call:

On Active Mindfulness:

“Let’s just take this moment, because that’s what this moment is. This is a moment that is eternal. This moment is always this moment. However, based on our subjective or knowledge, experience, narrative, karma – whatever you want to call it, we perceive this moment from a different point of view in every moment. So it’s always changing. However, most of us bring in the same point of view, similar point of view, so it doesn’t appear to shift all that much. So let’s just notice in this moment: what are we aware of in the moment? And we’ll save you a long arduous journey that leads you back to your door – that if the mind answers, that’s not the answer, because the moment the mind encompasses something, it’s like taking a photograph. Now we’re looking at the photograph instead of the actual experience.”

 – John Newton from his Advanced Call Series, 12 May 2016 John considers his work complementary and supportive to the healing work of doctors and therapists rather than as an alternative to them. www.healthbeyondbelief.com #AncestralClearing #Consciousness #Mindfulness #ComplementaryHealing

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