Suggestion: meditate on the torus field.
From the Collective Evolution Group
In response to my comment,
'Exactly. The Timeless (universal love) and Temporal (human personality) in a dance of balance,'
Anja van Loon wrote, 'So what is there to balance?'
What there is to balance is the intricate complex of energies that we are, underneath the mask of the body-mind, a balance that arranges itself naturally from awareness in the centerless center.
Gary R. Smith
Beautiful! I relate to this.
Anja van Loon
To be aware that you "have to" balance is enough to be willing to "think" about that, and as result to make different choices to change your circumstances so there is no need to balance, and you are able to "find" your inner peace again as a permanent state of being. :)
This counts for experienced pressure, your choice of food (which influence your self healing capacities, so your health), social circumstances, need of supplies/ materials (and maintaining those items), etc. A thinking to become knowing "why" you became in a state of imbalance. Like a felt pressure of the "needs" you have so . . . . ? Experiencing a lack of . . . . ? Willing/wishing of things so . . . . . ? Eating what you eat because of . . . . ? Wanting, loving or liking something because of . . . . . . ? etc.
To become aware that you "have" a choice and "able" to change your circumstances to become in a permanent state of balance?
Gary R. Smith
Anja van Loon, I respect that this is how it is for you. Thinking only separates me from a felt experience. I question that there can be, at this time, a permanent state of experienced balance or inner peace within the personality, as personality is a process.
You may be referring to balancing the various aspects of life as in wellness - health, career, family life, etc. I am writing about inner balance, which is evidenced by responses to outer stimuli. If I think I have inner balance but cannot feel my heart or react to triggers, something is off. The greater manifestation of inner balance is in an emanation of presence, acts of compassion, and felt oneness with all.
There is a permanent state of balance and inner peace, and it is ever-present, but to live in it permanently while in the personality — though it may be theoretically possible — is far from human experience in this stage of development.
That is why I refer to a dance. It is a dance between the personality and the perfect balance, between the Temporal and the Timeless. I feel that is as close as anyone can come to a permanent state of experienced balance, until there is a collective shift of consciousness.
Thinking about your choices is one way. Just breathing works better.
Gary R. Smith
True for me.
I can feel when my inner gyroscope wobbles out of balance — usually when I am so focused in thought that I lose connection with my heart and surroundings, or when I am overwhelmed by contracting emotions such as resistance, defense, stress or anxiety.
When I become aware of imbalance, I Heart Breathe to restore a sense of equanimity and equilibrium. Sometimes the restoration is immediate — or, especially if I am influenced by cosmic alignments or events, or mass consciousness, it may take a day or two to come back to inner balance. Sometimes the balance is a gift from the creative source and is accompanied by a merge of self with the consciousness of the One Being.
As Xan wrote, 'What there is to balance is the intricate complex of energies that we are, underneath the mask of the body-mind, a balance that arranges itself naturally from awareness in the centerless center.'
The Torus Field image illustrates this well.