Find out how you use the knowledge of ancient spiritual technologies for developing consciousness.
How to Develop Your Consciousness
Everyone has their own way of awakening. And, each of us has spiritual gifts to aid in this quest. These gifts are sleeping in our DNA. So, waking these gifts is the key. It sets our spiritual walk into motion. It opens our minds to new potentials.
Accessing these gifts was the central goal of many ancient cultures. And so, we benefit from generations of research. The results are a set of powerful tools anyone can use. We call these tools spiritual technologies. These are sound methods for expanding awareness and exploring consciousness. If you want to know how to develop your consciousness, you use these tools.
Above all, these tools stand up to the test of science. They are repeatable experiential phenomena. And, higher states of awareness also have unique measurable physiological signatures. They differ from the basic states of consciousness waking, sleeping, and dreaming. These processes do not require belief in a religion.
All you need to do is follow the process. For the most part, these tools come from Eastern traditions. This is probably because their focus is on developing human potential. They learned how to develop consciousness by conducting research.
Other researchers use a similarly eclectic approach. For example, Gurdjieff’s approach was to adopt what is already proven to be effective. After all, human physiology hasn’t changed in thousands of years. So, the work of the ancient pioneers stands the test of time.
Everyone who can follow a process can use them. We call the practice of these processes spiritual exploration. This is how to develop your consciousness.
You can list these tools in several ways. Some fall into more than one group. We like this simple method.
- Tools to enhance critical thinking. This study of basic logical reasoning along with spotting logical fallacies and logical axioms. Another tool we call comparative analysis is important for research. This is a step-by-step way of comparing beliefs between different worldviews. These tools will help sharpen your ability to discern fact from fiction.
- The Enneagram Personality Profile. This is an analytical tool. It provides insight into the mechanisms of ego, personality, and instinct.
- Seated meditation is often the heart of your spiritual practice. This includes a range from Beginning Meditation and Mindfulness Meditation through Japa Meditation and more advanced Siddhis of Patanjali.
- Moving meditation helps us strengthen the mind-body connection. It is also an important key to our health and wellness. This progression includes several methods of energy collection, such as Forest Bathing, Qigong, and Tai Chi.
- Pathways for expanding and exploring awareness. This progression includes a range of processes from lucid dreaming, the Shamanic Journey and Guided Meditation to third-eye awakening and soul memory awareness. Practical tools to guide your path, a spiritual journal, and automatic writing.
- Healing practices are the final group. This branch includes Pe Jet, Reiki, and Shiatsu. Self-care is also a part of this group and is vital to our overall health and wellness.
If you learn how to develop your consciousness, then a world of possibilities opens up. Your path starts when you use these spiritual technologies. If you want to accelerate the development of consciousness, use more of them.
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Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia