Automatic vs Deliberate Thought

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“You’re not thinking what you think you’re thinking.”

Mikka Barkman

I know that sounds absurd but let me explain what I mean.

The thoughts you “hear” in your mind are real, of course. Every single one of them.

But where do they come from?

Thought is not tangible. Or is it?

In the science of quantum physics, we exist in a unified field which is commonly referred to as consciousness.

This means, in general, that all information that exists in the past, present, and future is accessible under certain frequency conditions.

My interest in knowing how “thought” works began at the age of three when I had the first precognitive experience that I can remember. I knew my sisters and brother were coming down the driveway even though I wasn’t looking. I said this to my mom, and it frightened her. Maybe that is why I remember it.

close up of bird with sharp eyesAnother time I had a sense that my dad was in trouble. I called home and got no answer. So, I called my aunt, and she went right over and found him close to a diabetic shock. At the time, my Dad lived almost two thousand miles away from me.

Then, when my daughter was in high school and asked to go on a road trip to a park with her friends when school came to an end in a couple of weeks, I saw at that moment a major accident. My daughter was not happy that I wouldn’t let her go, but the tension between us then was worth it because she is alive today. It’s a devastating story because they all lost a friend that day when one of their vehicles rolled at high speed on the freeway.

I am telling you this because I don’t consider those “knowings” as thought.

Thought is typically considered to be an exercise of the intellect, something carefully considered through personal belief, judgment, and reasoning. Something humans tend to take immense pride in. I did no such thing in the stories above. I received information across space and time with no deliberate effort to do so.

“Automatic thought is what comes to mind.

It is not deliberate. It is feedback.”

Mikka Barkman

What I am getting to is that consciousness, this unified field that we live in, permeates everything. Keeping rocks and other solar systems out of it, in this article I want to focus on the psyche, mind, emotion, spirit, soul, brain, bones, lungs, muscles, all the organs, and all emotions that you have as an individual within this whole. These words are all different, but they describe aspects of one thing.

In the science of GHK (See: What is GHK?), Dr. Hamer discovered that when a person is in an active conflict state, their thoughts become compulsive (for about 3 months after a conflict shock). Their thinking is occupied and this assists in the resolution of the conflict. At the same time, there are tissue adaptations so it makes sense that the biological processes contribute to this generation of thoughts.

Automatic thought comes from my past.

It is an adaptive response to a biological threat.

This automatic thought, which is conflict, or let us say program related, is imbued with the emotion of the conflictive event.

So, when we are in conflict we are not deliberately thinking since much of this automatic thought cannot be carefully considered reasoning. Much of it is rumination. Thoughts going around and around.

David Bohm - Theoretical Physicist:

“But you don’t decide what to do with the info. Thought runs you. Thought, however, gives false info that you are running it, that you are the one who controls thought. Whereas actually thought is the one which controls each one of us.”

For many people this happens all day, every day, non-stop. Their programs are in total control.

If we can observe these thoughts and contemplate them in association with the body symptoms, and the inherent emotion, we can know what our conflict is. And if we remain calm enough, we can even remember when a conflict first happened.

The key is to be calm enough to deliberately put these pieces together so we can avoid useless ruminating. The 5th Intelligence teaches us how. In contemplation, we can create deliberate thought that unites our 4 basic faculties of mind, emotion, spirit (psyche) and body (brain and organ).

What I learned from those precognitive experiences is that the information I received came in a split second and it had no emotion whatsoever. The emotion came seconds later when I realized I had scared my mom, when I became worried about my dad, and when I hated to disappoint my daughter.

I realized that emotional thought comes from fear-based programs, or in GHK terms, from my own biological special programs that had been activated at one time or another.

Program based thoughts and “unified field” thoughts are both automatic.

The only way to tell these two apart is the emotional component.

It takes contemplation to recognize the difference, and contemplation is a deliberate process.

Sample 5th Intelligence Focus Cards:

Spirit does not think

Emotion by itself is not the root cause of anything.

We each have a unique spiritual journey, a body that reflects that journey, thoughts, beliefs and attitudes that drive us to do the things we do, and emotions are built into all of it.

Emotion, mind, body, and spirit spiral together in every moment. In the same way that psyche, brain, and organ respond synchronously.

This is the essence of our 5th Intelligence.

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