Filmed on 28 May 2015; originally published on 30 May 2015; revised and transcribed on 31 October 2018
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- Metaphor of the Garden Soil and the Field of the Mind, by Alice B. Clagett
This is about Zen mind (‘no mind’ or ’empty mind’), how galumphing thought forms can take up residence in the empty mind, and how expansion of the power of the heart can stabilize the mental field. There is a lightly edited Summary after the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice.
I just thought I would talk a little about some things I have been hearing lately, on the clair plane, about Zen mind and ‘no mind’ and about my own experiences regarding the power of the heart.
I have various friends who pursue the Zen Buddhist path that is sometimes called ‘no mind’ … and that is just a very empty mind … no thoughts. And I have some experience of that as well, myself, over the years … in the last 15 or 16 years. And I have also some reading that I did, in one of the School of Theosophy books that Arthur E. Powell put together …
Citation: “The Astral Body and Other Astral Phenomena,” compiled by Arthur E. Powell, published 1927, Quest Book edition 1973, copyright The Theosophical Publishing House, London, Ltd. 1965 … See “Chapter VII: Thought-Forms,” p. 48, 1st paragraph, beginning “Moreover, as … “
It explains about thought forms, and it explains what happens when a person’s mind is empty … for whatever reason … according to his sources in the School of Theosophy. His sources say that, when the mind is completely empty …
Well, first of all, you should know that there are thought forms galumphing around everywhere … all over the world … especially in the cities, because there are a lot of people there, and these people are forming thoughts all the time. And so, Arthur Powell has a very vivid passage about thought forms, that some people cannot clair see.
According to his writing, when a person’s mind is completely empty, then thought forms … which are always out there, galumphing around here and there, bumping into things (especially minds) on the astral plane … galumph right into the ’empty’ mind, and take up residence.
I have found this to be kind of true. After years of practicing ‘no mind’ as much as possible all day long, what I have found is that, into my empty mind came first, thought forms, pinging back and forth … which you can kind of ignore. But also there came in the whole mental identity … the personality … of other people who were out on the astral plane, for whatever reason. And those people would stay with me until I started talking with other people, or ‘getting a life’ on the physical plane.
This is not desirable. It is good to keep our mind sacred, for our own thoughts, I feel. That is my feeling about it.
Recently I have taken up Judy Satori’s … https://judysatori.com/ … activations of Light for the heart. And my hope is that … it is going to take a while … but as time goes on, I am hoping that the energy of my heart will clear to such an extent that my the energy of my heart will permanently overcome the vascillating energy of my mental field. I know you have heard me talk about this before,
Bill Ballard has already done this …
Link: “Official Release of Bill Ballard eBook “The Great Awakening,” 15 June 2012 … https://www.shiftfrequency.com/great-awakening-bill-ballard/ ..
… and no doubt, Judy Satori has done it; and many others have done it in the past, as well as all of the great ones … the Christ, the Buddha … everyone who is enlightened has managed to stabilize their energy field so that the mind and the heart are one.
So that is what I am working on right now: The heart clearing activations of Light wherever I can find them. Sometimes I find them at Tom Kenyon’s website … https://tomkenyon.com/ … and I may find one elsewhere as well. Say a little prayer for me, in hopes that all this will go well.
I just thought I would mention … because there are many people out there, who are attempting to empty their minds … this caveat about the mind field being …
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Metaphor of the Garden Soil and the Field of the Mind
by Alice B. Clagett
30 May 2015
It is like when you have garden soil tilled and fertilized and ready for planting. The garden is the mind; and the thoughts that come into it are the seeds that are planted there.
Just as the garden soil is ready for planting, the field of the mind is always ready to accept thoughts, whether they be our own, or, in the case of people who practice ’empty mind’, the thoughts of others.
The point is, we need to strengthen the energy of our electromagnetic field to the point where the energy of the heart generates enough energy to completely stabilize the mental field, and the emotional field.
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That is all for now. You all take care. Wish me luck.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
Image: “Simi Hills 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 28 May 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0
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