I don’t know about you, but every time I open my social media, I find another trend pinpointing how to achieve our greatest well-being. And of course, you’ll notice, all of them are primarily based on personal points of view shaped by the life experiences, values, ways of thinking, and assumptions of those promoting them, not to mention all the outside input shaping those perspectives.
Ranging from novel diets to sophisticated exercises and practices to life beliefs, philosophies, and specific activities, these trends can influence every aspect of our lives. Without questioning, we incorporate into our own paradigms and continue repeating others’ information. But can it be possible that what others experience as well-being is really well-being for us?
For many, well-being is associated with a meaningful, positive outcome as a result of perceiving that our lives are going well. The general agreement is that, at a minimum, well-being includes the presence of positive emotions and moods such as contentment and happiness, the absence of negative emotions such as depression and anxiety, satisfaction with life, fulfillment, and optimal functioning.
But we also hear of well-being on a larger scale. For example, we are told that countries differ in their levels of well-being. Societies with higher well-being are those that are more economically developed and have effective governments. And cultural factors may play an important role in this due to the unconscious learned ideology and beliefs that each one may involve.
The best way to identify a learned pattern is when you ask the same question of different people who don’t relate with or know each other and receive the same answer.
So, if I asked you in this moment, “What does well-being mean to you?” I would probably receive these answers—“feeling happy, healthy, and socially connected,” “having healthy and meaningful relationships,” “and having my basic needs met.” Some will add to this “living a purposeful and fulfilled life.” And today, surprisingly, for many, well-being also includes “having a good government.”
Nevertheless, researchers have also found that the absence of distress doesn’t necessarily indicate a person has high psychological well-being.
Do you get it?
What you consider your well-being doesn’t necessarily belong to you. Well-being for you has to do with what you’ve learned well-being represents for others, rather than what it actually is for you. You are unconsciously resonating with this information or with what well-being meant for people you were influenced by or with the prevailing ideas you were exposed to while growing up. That’s why you resonate or feel attracted to certain things and exclude others. That’s why you also have the tendency to relate well-being to everything your parents or people close to you associated well-being with and to trends among your acquaintances, community, social media contacts, and so on.
Well-being has become another belief in our long list of unconscious learned information. But beyond everything we’ve learned from our surroundings, well-being is really our original state—when we consciously choose to resonate with our transparency.
In the invisible world of energy, each of us is a pattern of vibrating energy or frequency. What may work for others may not necessarily work for your transparent self!
Learned information or set responses in which energy is simply circling around don’t allow space for expansion. The energy is stagnated! This is related to many of our emotional and physical imbalances. In the world of waves and frequencies, learned well-being can contradict what well-being really means. In the transparent world of energy, energy is continuously flowing and in continuous expansion. In order for us to remain in well-being, it’s important to keep the energy flowing and expanding.
Therefore, it’s not surprising to learn that many ancient philosophies directly relate our well-being to flow or being in resonance with the universe. Maybe our ancestors were trying to tell us that, in order for us to remain continuously in well-being, we all have to resonate with our own transparency.
Well-being is not about stuffing your energy field with others’ information. It’s about being transparent or free from the information of others. Experiencing this, by itself, brings balance to our body and mind and naturally connects us to purpose, to all people, to our surroundings, and to our world—because we are empty of learned biases.
By working with crystals, I was able to clear out all the learned information inside of me and reset my energy field. I was able to build up my crystalline transparent resonance. This brought flow inside my energy field and, with it, many benefits, among them physical and emotional balance, real connection, feeling energized, contentment, lasting peace—and well-being.
Crystalline well-being comes from within, not from outside. It all begins with shifting our perspective from the outside to the inside and from learned information to transparency. This shifts our whole perspective. We are no longer looking for new trends to tell us what to eat and what not to eat or turning to government or social media to tell us what we need to do. We are empowering ourselves to explore what we really need and to evaluate for ourselves what makes sense and what defines well-being for each of us.
Because I consciously chose to work on myself with crystals and switched my inner resonance from learned information to authentic information, I now am able to continuously live in well-being, and the same can happen for you. Well-being is our natural inclination when we live from a transparent awareness. What are you waiting for to become transparent? I invite you to take charge of your well-being by engaging in crystal practice from today on and to let yourself resonate with your crystalline well-being for good.
What you refer to as yourself is really an open book. Sadly, we can’t just peer inside and read who we really are. This is because the way we view ourselves is distorted due to the amount of information that, without realizing it, we are continually receiving from our environment or copying from others. As a result, what we define as ourselves has surprisingly little to do with our own actions or decisions—this includes our well-being.
I’m sorry to tell you, but we are so biased that we don’t even recognize what well-being really means to us.
Although we think we know ourselves clearly, for most people, this is far from the truth—as what we know about ourselves is constantly affected by processes that remain unconscious.
Gaining insight into our unconscious motives can enhance our well-being. Oliver C. Schultheiss of Friedrich-Alexander University in Germany has shown that our sense of well-being tends to grow as our conscious goals and unconscious motives become more aligned or congruent with who we really are!
When it comes to recognizing who we really are and what well-being means for us, we have to overcome two big obstacles—our distorted thinking and our ego trying to protect itself.
Some ancient philosophies such as Buddhism and Vedanta Hindu philosophy offer real expertise through practices that help you uncover who you really are. According to them, by simply observing our thoughts, without engaging with them, we can step out of what we believe we are and foster clarity about ourselves.
The good news is, with practice, we can enhance our well-being and achieve a continuous state of balance and contentment. We can flourish!
Adding quartz crystals to this practice can bring balance, transform what is not clear inside of us, and amplify these effects.
Let’s jump into today’s crystal practice!
Today’s practice may seem very simple, but if you engage on a regular basis, it can help you change your inner resonance.
Focusing on your transparency, inhale and exhale nasally deeply three times. And without mind, choose the crystal with which you resonate the most on the crystal screen.
Without interrupting your breathing, continue to breathe in the same way. It’s important that, in each inhalation, the air reaches the stomach in such a way that you feel it inflate. In each exhalation, you should feel how all the air leaves your body until your stomach deflates. Breathe slowly and be very aware of each breath—so that your mind becomes the breath.
Every time you recognize a thought, you will simply visualize how it becomes transparent and is expelled through your exhalation.
We will start with 5 minutes the first week, 10 minutes the second week, 15 minutes the third week, and 20 minutes the fourth week. From then on, you can stay at 20 minutes or add more time.
The important thing is that you don’t stop doing it and continue to persevere.
I suggest doing this exercise every day.
Remember, your path to well-being will be unique to you. It will arise from your awareness and from your own needs.
Additionally, I encourage you to create a well-being plan that will help you support your transparency process and help you choose the best options to live in crystalline well-being. Here are some ideas:
Living in well-being is a lifelong pursuit, but it’s totally worth it.
Remember, it takes all of us to create world well-being. So why not begin today?
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