The Big Fish Eats the small Fish

The Big Fish Eats the small Fish. That's an old Chinese proverb.


The most powerful negative emotion can destroy small joys and happiness in life.


What is controlling our mind is controlling our life. Even our brain is the commander of our system, but information that leads to actions and reactions is filtering by our emotions. What we are holding in our chakras for years can affect our decisions and our attitude towards life.


According to new science, 95 percent of brain activity is unconscious. Only 5 percent is taking place by the conscious mind.


Our mind to make decisions uses information from conscious, subconscious, and unconscious parts.


The debate on the difference between brain and mind has been going on since the time of Aristotle. Mind is considered pure vibrating energy, whereas the brain is considered a physical manifestation of the mind. The above differences might have helped in understanding how the mind

and the brain is two different entities.


Our habitual patterns, automatic body function, creativity, emotions, personality, beliefs and values, cognitive biases, and long-term memory all are happening unconsciously that shape 95 percent of our brain activities, Emma Young says in New Scientist magazine.


It is apparent decisions and choices are bilateral works of brain and mind.


Mind processes information from conscious, subconscious, and unconscious parts. After finalizing the order to the brain to react, it can be a fight/flight, frizz, or be a reward of joy, happiness, or satisfaction.


Emotions influence human decisions more than expectations. Psychologists Kahneman and Tversky conducted experiments demonstrating the pervasiveness and strength of this bias. Especially

emotional impacts of our old experiences will remain in our energy system even we forget about what we are holding there. Our emotional body is under the control of two chakras, the solar plexus and heart chakras.


Mind is working as a processor in mental faculty. It uses three types of information;


1. Conscious:

It is the first level of our consciousness and refers to immediate experiences. It deals with the input from our senses, analysis of information, and undertaking decisions based on collated information.


2. Subconscious:

The subconscious is the next state that holds information that is beneath our immediate awareness. Such information may be archived as memories that do not readily come to the fore.


3. Unconscious:

The unconscious is much deeper than our conscious awareness and is made up of primitive and instinctual desires. It influences our behavior to a large extent, even though we may not be categorically aware of it.


The unconscious part means information that is forgotten, and our conscious mind is not aware of them. We are completely unaware of our thoughts and just going along thinking them. Our mind is just repeating thoughts mindlessly – without our awareness because of habitual thinking.


Most of the time, we are not aware of what is in our subconscious and unconscious parts. For example, a person may be holding many negative emotions and beliefs of not worthiness towards his/herself. These may form from an early age by the thoughts, words, or habitual actions of people or circumstances, emotions, and thoughts.


The human body has cells and molecules which is emitting biomagnetic vibrations in the environment. Like a magnet, we emit and absorb vibrations. Emotions and thoughts are energy; may it be correct if we say our subconscious and unconscious are located in our energy system and

representing our words, actions, and life attitude. Our emotional body and mental faculty are interconnected. Our emotions can trigger our thoughts.


What we are holding in our solar plexus and heart chakras are shaping our emotional body information. All emotions of childhood, life experiences can penetrate the deepest part of our system.


Our mental faculty also uses throat, Ajna, forehead, and crown chakras to function. Mental patterns, our point of view towards life, the way that we analyze information, on the other hand, to be right-brain or left-brain person all coming from our upper chakras.


Negative thoughts and beliefs are like termites.


"Hurricanes and earthquakes get all publicity, but termites damage more homes- and they take such little bitty bites". - Zig Ziglar

I like that bitty bites; it is so true. Our mind creates our reality. To be able to enjoy life and manifest our best in our life, we have to be aware of termites in our system.


Always there are some emotional and mental termites in our system. The most important part is don’t let them destroy our happiness.

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