Quotes from Alice the Adventurer

alice_in_wonderland_movie_2010-wallpaper-1366x768If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn’t be. And what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?

It’s always tea-time.
  
Jam tomorrow and jam yesterday, but never jam today.  – Mad Hatter.

It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards, says the White Queen to Alice.

I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.

Alice: [looking through the Doorknob’s keyhole] There he is! I simply must get through.
Doorknob: Sorry. You’re much too big. Simply impassable.
Alice: You mean impossible.
Doorknob: No, impassable. (chuckles) Nothing’s impossible!

― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures

 

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Infant Joy

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Infant Joy

‘I have no name;
I am but two days old.’
What shall I call thee?
‘I happy am,
Joy is my name.’
Sweet joy befall thee!

Pretty joy!
Sweet joy, but two days old.
Sweet Joy I call thee:
Thou dost smile,
I sing the while;
Sweet joy befall thee!

– William Blake

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Cellular Healing Meditation: Raising Vibration and Creating a Shift

This post is my take in joining in Sindy´s 11 days of clearing “pot luck party”: Reclaim ElevenToday there is also a post from Debra / The Ptero Card.  Yesterday´s post was by Lisa / My Spirit Journey: Am I a Raven or a Dove?. Karen / Karen Kubicko is in turn tomorrow, 18th.  Updated afterwards, here are links to all the posts:

http://bluebutterfliesandme.wordpress.com/2013/09/22/clearing-a-work-in-progress/

There was an abundant flow of ideas and perspectives I could have chosen concerning the subject. But then I ended up choosing one of the most obvious options of an energy worker; so what follows is an energy meditation.

The meditation has two main parts. If you choose to do it after having read through it, but don´t want to do it all at once, you can stop after the first part and continue to the last paragraph.  Later you can then decide if you want to continue also to “the golden gate” part.

You can silence your mind and allow the energies of this meditation to affect you positively already while reading. You might also want to think that you are soul connected with others on a similar kind of path (an intention of it is enough).

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Cellular Healing Meditation: Raising Vibration and Creating a Shift

by Deelia with The Guides

Before you begin this meditation you might want to call in your own Soul/Spirit, your Guides and Angels, or anything else you individually consider being a source of Love, Light and Good.

Get in a comfortable position and close your eyes. Take a couple of deep breaths in and with each breath out let yourself grow calmer and calmer and more and more peaceful. With each out breath you can sound a relieved “aah” and feel how all the worries and troubles are leaving you. Imagine then how the most wonderful, beautiful light begins to gently pour down on you from the higher planes. Sense how the light begins in a silken soft way to clean and purify all the dense energies and tensions there might be to let go of. You are being gently embraced by this angelic light of the higher planes. Your body is getting deeply relaxed. Serene lightness of being is taking place in your heart and mind and whole being.

You are being held in this finest light that is now surrounding you even more fully. This light that is being transmitted to you is all loving, all knowing and all wise and knows how to interact with you auric field in the best way. Sense how this light begins to permeate your physical body, all the muscles and organs and reaching the cells, the DNA and sub atomic level. All the atoms and molecules begin to (re)arrange themselves in the best possible way for you. At the same time you are gently and lovingly continuing to let go of all the energies that are not for your greater good. All the unnecessary programmings, conditioning and negative believes are being cleansed. They have served their purpose and are now ready to leave you body. You don´t need to think or analyze in detail what they are, no pushing or efforting is needed either, you are just gently and easily letting go of them, and allowing all that is good for you and coded in this finest light to replace them on an even deeper level. You are being reminded that you are worthy of all the good and wonderful there is in the universe. All is well, and even better now and for always, in the past, in the present, and in the future. Feel how unconditionally loved, safe and secure you are. Ultimately you have always been that and will continue to be, for “you are in this world, but not from this world”. And Love, it does create miracles.

When you are being ready with the physical body, this finest light begins to permeate and rejuvenate your emotional body. You don´t need to locate your emotional body, just knowing this is happening to your emotional energies is enough. All  your emotional energies are becoming flowing and beautiful. When you are feeling being ready, the finest light begins to permeate and clean and refresh your mental body. Your thought energies are becoming clear and fluid. All your auric fields are being balanced and coming into alignment. Your own Soul, your higher loving, wise and powerful presence, is now able to reach and blend with you on an even deeper level than before. You are one with your Soul.

(Directly continue to part two or skip it and go to the end paragraph from here.)

Continuing to part 2: When feeling being ready you are seeing and/or sensing a beautiful open golden gate at a little distance, perhaps in the upper front. Radiant light is shining invitingly through it. Going through this gate will represent your renewed consciousness, the new paradigm and a paradigm shift you are now ready to have being aligned with your soul. You might want to affirm that you are now ready to accept and allow this happy shift to take place in you and in your life. All that you don´t want to take with you will be left behind the gate. Then move through the gate to the other side of it. Take a moment to enjoy this lovely sustained shift in energy, this newness, this wholeness and wellbeing.

When you are being ready you can ask for a symbol for yourself of this shift, of this new paradigm you have now entered. It may be anything: a visual image like a golden key, a feeling, a color, a sound, there are no restrictions. Take your time to receive your symbol now. If you have asked for it, you are also receiving it, whether you are getting a clear sense of it now or not. It can come into your mind later on, or you may see it in a dream, or in the media, and so forth, or you will just know. You can use the symbol, the gift, as a reminder and play with it in many creative ways afterwards, if you like.

Again when feeling being ready begin to come back slowly and gradually into your ordinary, yet shifted state of consciousness. Imagine your Earth Center (a different thing than the base chakra), a shining dot of light located a couple of feet below the ground under your feet (if you are sitting) drawing you fully back onto the physical plane. This is one way to ground yourself and the new energy state you have brought with you from the inner planes onto the physical plane and existence. The “Earth” and “Heaven” energies know their optimum blend for you. Gently stretch yourself, open your eyes and enjoy the newness of being. Know, that something very concrete and miraculous, wonderful and sacred has just happened. It´s time to congratulate yourself!

© Deelia /soulfields.wordpress.com

Related:

The (Four) Subtle Energy Bodies – A Brief Lesson /natures-energies.com

The Great Magic Room and Space (Introduction)

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A Little Synchronicity: Being Tuned In

the_book_of_secrets-wallpaper-1366x768On Wednesday the 4th I was looking for a new cover image for my Facebook profile from wallpaperswide.com. At the same time I found this fascinating image. It was as if I was to share it in my blog, but did not know what it related to, how would it serve to just share the image. Later I saw a posting about Wordless Wednesday here at WordPress I hadn´t heard of, to just post a photo then (I don´t know if they are meant to be only photos we have taken by ourselves though). I could trace the date when I was pondering about the image, because I changed the cover image then. So, I´m sharing it now with words being amused about another little synchronicity in the series of being tuned into this blogging family.

Wanna share any associations the image evokes in you?

 

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Articles: Divergent and Convergent Thinking

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Click the green links of this little article puzzle to read the whole articles.

From the article: How to Understand Divergent Thinking and Convergent Thinking Michael J. Motta /voices.yahoo.com:

Convergent thinking and divergent thinking might sound complicated on the surface, and they can be when practiced, but as concepts they are fairly simple. Both styles of thought are employed in problem solving, and each may complement the other. In this article you will learn the difference between convergent thinking and divergent thinking, and also how the two types may best complement each other.

1. Understand Convergent Thinking

This is perhaps the more predominant style of thinking in contemporary technological society. In convergent thought, we locate a problem at the “center” of our focus and then gather peripheral resources to bear down on the problem. So then our resources “converge” on the problem. Often times with convergent thinking, there is a single best solution that is sought. An example of convergent thinking might involve taking a multiple choice test in which there is a single “correct” answer. The test-taker brings knowledge from outside of the problem (perhaps learned in a course) and converges it all onto the problem in order to choose the correct answer.

“The deductive logic that the fictional character Sherlock Holmes used is a good convergent thinking example. Gathering various tidbits of facts and data he was able to put the pieces of a puzzle together and come up with a logical answer to the question: Who done it?” – From the article: Convergent Thinking,  Chuck Clayton /articlecity.com

2. Understand Divergent Thinking

Divergent thinking involves some stimulus, which can take the form of a problem, and we can locate this at the center, as we did with convergent thinking above. However, the procedure is different. Rather than gathering information and converging it on the central problem, we branch off (diverge) and shoot for novel ideas, new perspectives and creativity. Instead of a single correct answer, there may be a whole host of possibilities. An example of using divergent thinking might involve taking an open-ended test that asks how many uses one can imagine for various (often mundane) objects. What can you do with a pencil? A string? A rock?

“Einstein was a strong divergent thinker. He asked simple questions and then did mental exercises to solve problems. For example, as a young man Einstein asked himself what it would be like to ride on a beam of light. It took him many years of thought experiments, however the answer helped him develop the special theory of relativity. Thought experiments are imagined scenarios to understand the way things are.” – From the article: Convergent Thinking,  Chuck Clayton /articlecity.com

“Divergent thinking opens the imagination to all possibilities, while convergent thinking analyzes and chooses from among those possibilities. In a sense, divergent and convergent thinking are the Yin and Yang of creative problem solving. Neither is superior to the other – simply more appropriate for the task at hand.” – From the article: The Power of Divergent and Convergent Thinking – Guide Your Group’s Thinking Process to New Heights By Keith Harmeyer /ezinearticles.com

 

“In their book Breakpoint and Beyond, George Land and Beth Jarman describe a longitudinal study they conducted on 1,600 kindergarden children aged three to five. They gave them eight tests on divergent thinking and an astonishing 98 per cent of the children scored within the creative genius category.

Five years later, they re-tested the same children, now aged eight to 10 and only 32 per cent scored in the creative genius category. Five years later only 10 per cent of the children scored in this category. In tests of over 200,000 adults over 25, only two per cent scored enough to be classified as creative geniuses.

Divergent thinking tests measure an individual’s ability to generate multiple approaches to solving a problem. The tests typically use simple questions such as: what are the uses for a flower pot?

An average person would have 10 to 15 answers to this question. A genius of divergent thinking would come up with a hundred possible answers, and they do this by changing the concepts of already existing thinking – can the flower pot be 10 metres wide, or can it be made of rubber, and so forth.

So what really happens with the universal mental capability to think divergently? What happened to those 160,000 children during their school years?

The classic school model encourages students to adopt fixed mental models of how things work, discouraging creative thinking and problem solving. Mastering other people’s mental models seems to kill an individual’s ability to think divergently and wonder creatively.

We are all born with this capacity to think creatively but duringthe years of schooling, this capability deteriorates drastically.

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