(Inspired by but not limited to A Course in Miracles Teachings (1st Edition), Yogic Philosophy, Quantum Physics, and Eastern Thought)
When I am upset, it is because my subconscious, subjective mind fragments misinterpret reality and are intruding upon Radical Right Perception, thus creating rifts and whirlpools of brain activity leading to massive hallucinations and projections out onto the world. The emotionally charged distortions are part of the reactive process gone haywire in the flow of my astral, spinal currents, spiraling down into misery of my own making. The goal of awakening Holy Spirit Mother Kundalini is for it to rise and flow upward toward the crown chakra, showering me with golden, violet-white light.
This statement is deliberately detailed so as to cut right to the problem and source or emotional impulse that is connected to the fluctuations in emotional mind activity. Use this idea with any people, objects, or unfolding events that you “believe” has made you experience psychological pain. It is important to identify the target of your projected reaction impulse. Please utilize specific terms that best describe the form of “upset” you “feel”. Some good examples are fear, worry, depression, panic, rage, animosity, jealousy, etc. By using the same perception correction to each of the various forms of upset feelings individually, you are taking the first big step in the realization process that each of the rising tides of emotion all come from the same basic distortion. Do the following:
“When I am phobic about _____________, it is because my subconscious…..”
“When I am anxious about ____________, it is because my subconscious…..”
In addition to the above, take time to scan your subconscious and conscious minds for all perceived ‘sources’ of emotional turbulence and the egoic justification/validation distortion impulse no matter how much “voltage” is connected to those uprisings.
Remember, all upsets have a common origin in the avoidance of or denial of a perceived pain causing stimuli received by the blind sense-mind (manas). The emotional reactive process upsets the yogis constant quest for poise and calmness, even amidst the “storms of mayaic delusion”.
Practice three to four times during the day. Remember, be concise.