We all have different thoughts in our head and we experience various feelings from time to time. When we do it consciously while being guided by our own higher self, things happen flawlessly and the results bring a lot of joy. When we don’t listen to what our higher self is trying to tell us, things can get really rough. How can you tell if a certain thought or sensation is coming from your higher self? How do you connect with your higher self and is there a visual model that can vividly explain what higher self actually is?

There are many ways to look at what your higher self is. Some people do not like to use the term and would rather view the human as a whole without differentiating between higher and lower self. However, in order to understand how something works we do need to take it apart and a visual model is a great asset. The key is to put it all back together after we had a chance to understand the functions and meaning of each separate part. Make sure not to leave any spare parts behind after you put it all back together, though.

In short, your higher self or spirit is an energy-informational entity that knows what will make you happy in life. When you connect with your higher self things like purpose and your own mission in life become much clearer + you get a hunch of what to do next in order to keep enjoying the ride we all call life (see “Understanding the chakras of life“. Your lower self takes care of desires related to your physical existence and pleasure. It is mainly concerned with things like food, sex and survival. Synchronized work of lower and higher self is essential for a happy life. If your lower self is not guided by your spirit, your life may seem as if you are stuck on a roundabout. Connecting to your higher self will allow you to break away from going around in circles and experience the spiraling journey towards your own spiritual evolution.

One of the major signs that the voice in your head is coming from your higher self is that it is never demanding or loud. Your spirit is a big fan of freewill and since it exists on the causal or karmic level of higher consciousness (see levels of consciousness) it has no perception of time. It knows that it will eventually fulfill its mission on the planet Earth. The only difference is how many lives it will take and how worn out a physical body will get when it begins to follow its own ego.

If you are not new to feeling energy and your body is sensitive towards it, you might get waves of warmth or tingling effect during the times when your higher self is trying to get something across to you. It is just like when you sit on your leg and then suddenly stand up, you feel something like electric bolts running through it. In the same way, when your physical body begins to perceive energies on the higher frequencies, you might feel a wave of warmth or tingling sensation in parts of your body (often your head).

Here is a visual model of an energy-informational entity that can be referred to as human spirit or higher-self (it is one of the groundbreaking insights based on the new spiritual science Infosomatics). It gives a perfect analogy to what the human spirit is. It can be viewed as a sphere of a cosmic scale that is created through the movement of our mental bodies (body of memory or personal akashic records, see Physics Behind Akashic Records and Stress on the Mental Body) on its surface. The work of the human brain that is powered by the human heart helps to receive the information from the surface of the spirit and transmit it into energy that is vital for our life (see the picture).

Human brain activity can be divided into three major functions represented by the pedals on the picture: biological, social and spiritual (or creative). The vertical brain activity (spiritual or creative) is responsible for communication with your higher self and it is the most active when you are involved in some kind of creative process, meditation or other spiritual practices. It works like a needle on a vinyl record that reads the information from the surface of the spirit so that it can be transformed into energy by the activity of the human brain. Social brain activity orbital is responsible for the energy that we need to manifest ourselves socially; and biological brain activity supplies the energy to embody our physical form.

This visual model gives a perfect analogy to what the human spirit is and can be used to connect to your higher self. For our body to be in the right time at the right place in order to play the music of harmony together with nature, we just need to make sure that our vertical brain activity is calibrated correctly. When we direct it towards creativity and listen to the voice of our intuition we begin to receive high frequency energy and feel enthusiasm towards things that we do. Connecting to your higher self gives you energy to reach success in life, stay healthy and feel happy more often during the day. Life in cooperation with your spirit gives you the sense of purpose and you get a chance to live a much more meaningful and joyful life.

Here is a short videoscribe that tells more about “what is your higher self” and whether your life is predetermined. Share the knowledge with a friend!

About the author:

Originally from Ukraine, Dmitriy (aka Life Script Doctor) has profound knowledge in the new spiritual science Infosomatics as well as other consciousness awakening fields. He continues his research, heals and guides people on their road of self-discovery using Infosomatic energy-informational map of the higher levels of consciousness. Powerful visualization techniques that have been tested in practice are used to reveal causes and resolve problems with health, personal or professional life.

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Many people believe marijuana will likely be fully legal within the United States within the next five to ten years, depending on who you ask. The popular substance has been used by humans recreationally for thousands of years, regardless of its legality as deemed by a governing entity. Its prohibition has been lifted in several states in the U.S., seeing about 20 percent of Americans now living in states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use.

But, as with any legal substance within a country, it benefits the general public to have scientific research conducted to learn the various health effects that its use may cause. Unfortunately, because of the stigma surrounding the plant and its severe drug classification by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), research surrounding marijuana is difficult to pursue and even harder to fund--ultimately leading to people using the drug without truly knowing what to expect health wise.

Here are four big mysteries still surrounding marijuana today:

What’s actually in the plant?

If we shrunk ourselves down to atom-sized human beings and dove into a bud of the marijuana plant, we’d find at least 400 different chemical compounds that exist within it. 60 of these compounds are cannabinoids, meaning they interact with a specific part of the human brain, affecting everything from appetite to memory to mood to consciousness.

Not only do we not fully understand this part of the human brain just yet, we’ve yet to fully analyze all of the compounds present in marijuana, meaning we have some idea of how it affects us, but are far from solving the entire puzzle.

"We know a lot about THC and we're starting to learn about CBD. Out of about 400 [compounds] we know a decent amount about two,” says Ryan Vandrey who studies marijuana as an associate professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

The long-term use effects of CBD vs. THC

To make things even more complicated, marijuana growers are churning out new strains of the plant every day, each one with a specific set of compounds and preferred uses.

Not to mention, its potency has gone way up since being legalized. Two decades ago, it would be considered “good weed” if the THC percentage was above 10 percent. Nowadays, it is not uncommon to find strains of marijuana that regularly produce anywhere from 15 to over 30 percent THC.

Each time a grower makes a small change to a strain, THC and CBD levels will shift accordingly. And with THC percentages projected to continue increasing, researchers are now faced with questions such as ‘what happens when THC concentration “goes up to 40, 50, 60 percent?”’

Some are worried due to research showing changes in the brains of heavy users.

Zero scientific studies regarding sativa vs. indica strains

Much of the what the marijuana community regards as common knowledge about the substance hasn’t been reaffirmed by any sort of scientific evidence.

For example, most marijuana enthusiasts know that there are two general categories that a strain of weed falls into: sativa or indica. Sativas are known for producing energetic highs, while indicas are known to give you heavy body highs that promote relaxation. Yet, there doesn’t exist a single study saying either of these claims are true. The community simply knows this to be the case simply through their own experiences.

In order to establish a fully legal market, a more complete understanding of the substance and its effects needs to be defined. When we look at the alcohol market, we’re flooded with information such as the differences between a bottle of wine, a bottle of hard liquor, a session beer with low ABV and high ABV beers like IPAs.

We have very little information regarding the different strains, concentrations and different effects marijuana has depending on the way you ingest it into your body.

The effects of recreational use

Long-term studies that look at the effects of long-term usage are hard to come by, meaning information regarding marijuana’s effects for people who smoke every day versus those who smoke once a day or even once a week is little to none.

However, there are researchers out there who are just starting to embark on this mission. One study is currently tracking a group of medical marijuana users over a period of time longer than a year to analyze any and all health changes. Particularly, they are hoping to find any changes to sleep patterns, cognitive functionality, and overall quality of life.

The study is also targeting a much older demographic than is typically seen--adults with an average age of around 48. This is to hopefully shed light on how marijuana changes the health of adults and people who have surely stopped growing in almost every aspect.

Recreationally speaking, there is a bit of information regarding heavy or chronic users. There have been links to depression, problems sleeping, decreased emotional control and decreased memory functioning. However, these changes are predominantly seen in users who have consumed the substance since before the ages of 16 or 17.

Where are we now?

While we currently have studies looking into some of the most important questions regarding marijuana consumption, our understanding of the plant is far from being complete. Some long-term studies will not be able to report their findings until they are finished collecting data at least 10 years from now.

Should marijuana become legal on a big-scale, as in nation-wide, we will undoubtedly start seeing more research being conducted on the substance and will be able to fully benefit from its medicinal properties, as well as put out the necessary information regarding its long-term and recreational effects.

For the moment, we just have to wait and see.

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C-sections aren’t some cop-out. They’re scary, and take a tremendous amount of strength, courage and faith.

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They have to wait until everything is said and done before finally knowing if things are alright

Many people are completely unaware that C-sections are actually a major surgical procedure that can have major consequences should something go wrong. Once the baby is safely removed and alive, the battle isn’t over. Doctors won’t know for sure whether or not the mother is okay until the anesthesia has passed.

Not to mention, the mother is fully awake and conscious when they start performing the surgery. While she might not feel the pain, she is very aware of what’s happening and experiences the dull, unpleasant sensations of the movement happening inside of her. For some, it is a traumatic experience, yet they endure because they know it will be worth it in the end.

They’re often all alone in the operating room

Not only are C-sections incredibly risky for both the mother and the child, the mothers who undergo them often find themselves alone in the operating room due to the dramatic nature of the surgery. This leaves them without support or a familiar face telling them things will be okay. They’re left completely uncertain as to all the little details; they just know it’s something that needs to be done, regardless of their well-being.

It truly is a war being waged between fear and loneliness and the undying love they have for their child.

Their recovery is an entirely new battle they must fight all over again

Typically during a C-section, doctors must cut through all of the tissue in the lower abdomen. Once this is done, the uterus is opened with a second incision. As one might imagine, the recovery process for this type of surgery is incredibly painful and uncomfortable. Typically, they recommend the mother rest in the hospital for several days before going home.

But, a mother with a newborn has her entire world focused on her child. She does whatever she can, even when it means being exhausted and in constant pain. They must find an inner strength that puts their baby before themselves, even when they’re in a weakened state.

They do it because they know every new change in their life is worth it. And everything they do now is for the sake of that little piece of them that has arrived in this world ready to grow into a beautiful person. They’re reminded that their sacrifice is not in vain every time their baby smiles at them, grasps their finger, or makes a silly face.

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Some people see the subconscious as a type of data storage center where everything that has ever happened to you is stored in memory form. That’s a lot of information, as you can imagine. Some say that by the time we reach the age of 21, we’ve already accumulated more than 100 times the information that exists in an entire series of encyclopedias.

It is the subconscious that is influencing us when we step outside of our comfort zone to try anything new. It’s where all of our habits and rituals are rooted. It’s what is constantly churning both day and night to cause you to behave, act and think in ways that align with your thoughts, feelings, and desires.

You can use your subconscious right here and now to determine what your true religion is. Give a try and find out for yourself what your subconscious is secretly trying to tell you!

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Charley absolutely loves his owner and wants to follow him everywhere.

Charley follows him with a big happy face and an energetic step. It’s easy to see that Charley is one happy duckling. His little wings flap and he chirps as matizhan takes him on a brief trip up and down their driveway on a rainy morning.

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Who else wants a Charley as their buddy?

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