Technique Of The Month – April 2015 – A Balancing Act

Your Sense of Balance is a tremendously powerful instrument. It’s the instrument you use to calibrate your mind to achieve greatness or self-destructive sabotage. It’s the instrument that can bring you to personal mastery, or total self-destruction. Your Sense of Balance rules your self-esteem, your self-worth, your self-confidence, your self-love and self-respect.

This month’s technique of the month is designed to help you tap into your Sense of Balance and consciously use it to achieve positive results.

In order to get a better understanding of how powerful this instrument truly is, I have drawn two pyramids representing the power you have at creating a reality of bliss or one that is a total miss, to say the least.

Consciously using your Sense of Balance

Step 1: Awareness

I can hear some of you saying “A 7th sense? I thought we only had an extra 6th sense?”

Yes, you have more than six senses – twelve to be exact. These twelve senses comprise the physical and metaphysical abilities you possess. Once you are consciously aware of your senses beyond the five physical senses, you tap into your full intuitive abilities.

To start, focus on your 7th sense, the Sense of Balance, which follows your 6th Sense of Imagination (sometimes referred to as ‘intuition’).

Let’s start with a simple exercise. Since most adults learn through association, you’ll want to use the physical senses you are most familiar with to initiate a connection with your Sense of Balance. Focus on one of your physical senses (sight, sound, smell, taste and touch) as you follow the technique below.

Ask yourself these questions using different senses:

Sight: How far is the nearest lamp to you?

Hearing: Listen to something near you and find out how close you think the sound is or where it’s coming from?

Taste: If you’re eating something is it too salty, too sugary or just right?

All these are examples of using your senses to balance to calibrate, or more importantly, compare aspects of your reality. Hence, your Sense of Balance is active even though you may not be aware of it.

Next, you’ll want to go beyond the physical and use the part of your mind that balances within your inner world, such as your confidence and self-esteem.

Step 2: Choosing what to balance

Now that you’ve completed step 1, you see how your mind balances thing consciously and you can begin to direct your awareness to what you want to ‘re-balance.’ Trust me, it’s amazing.

You’ll need a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. Write down the beliefs that you have about yourself in these three categories: self-worth, self-esteem, and self-love.

Here are some examples:

Self-Worth: I don’t deserve/ The world would be a better place if I were in charge

Self-Esteem: Others are smarter than me/ I am smarter than everyone

Self-Confidence: I won’t be able to/ I can do whatever I want

Onto step 3!

Step 3: Re-balance and harmonize

The trick to effective balance is always harmony. Write out a new association with your inner world to re-calibrate your inner world to work for you, not against you!

Self-worth: I deserve as much success as anyone

Self-esteem: I will learn how to succeed at…

Self-Confidence: I am capable of adapting to….

As you continue to use your Sense of Balance consciously, you raise your level of self-worth, self-confidence, self-esteem AND intuitive ability! What you are doing is similar to re-writing a script… except the script is for your life. Like the director in a movie, you direct a whole new path to create and manifest in your life.

Practice this technique for five consecutive days. The more you exercise the conscious use of your Sense of Balance, the stronger your abilities become.

As you begin to uncover and tap into your full intuitive abilities with your lost senses, you’ll discover how to manifest your true desires.

© Alain Jean-Baptiste in all media