How To Enter The “Flow State”

by Cynthia Bischoff on October 16, 2016

image by AJ CassBefore the advent of modern technology, our intuition is what kept us alive. Our ancestors paid careful attention to the land, seas, and seasons. They were highly attuned to the Earth’s rhythms and “reading” what was around and within them.

Through generations of observation and perception, they came to know their world intimately and to look for signs that would assist them on their life journey.

What our ancestors knew and what we have found out is that each of us is connected to a universal source of awareness that is often referred to as the “flow.” In modern times, how do we connect with this source of flow?

To start, we have to surrender trying to control things with our rational minds. Instead, we find a balance in our lives between directing and allowing–between understanding things rationally and allowing for intuitive awarenesses.

Studies have shown that the flow state is commonly associated with peak performance in creativity. When a person is in a highly creative state, the person has entered a state of flow that doesn’t feel restricted by outer conventions.

How might you enter this flow state? A first step is to practice listening to your intuition. In other words, don’t try to “figure things out” with your rational mind, but instead, allow for silence and be open to concepts, ideas, hunches, that may randomly come to you.

You could take an issue you want to explore. Pause, empty your mind of distractions, take a deep breath, and focus your mind on one or two words related to the issue. For example, you might want to change careers and the words “right livelihood” might come to you. Just focus on these words: “right livelihood.” As additional information comes to you about this, do not try to analyze it or intellectually understand what it means at that moment. Simply accept all images, ideas, words, and sounds that come since they may be fragments, or parts, of a whole message. Over time, additional fragments will come until you have a fuller message.

It is also helpful to keep an intuition journal–a log of your hunches, gut feelings, ideas. You can “guess” before you get to work what color your first client may be wearing, which bank line will go quickest for service, how many messages are in your “In Box” when you log on. These are a few simple ways you can pause, intuit an idea, and then confirm your intuition.

Acknowledge that messages can come to you from roadway signs, license plates, radio songs, and so on. Be mindful of what things might mean or how they might be symbolic. Know that everything speaks to you when you request to be in the flow.

Think of each day as a blessed opportunity to connect with your world in a sacred way!


Heart Health

by Cynthia Bischoff on October 2, 2016

Join me at 6:00 pm, on October 25, 2016, at the Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital-Education Center, Virginia Beach, VA, for an enlightening seminar on heart health, Getting To The Heart Of Your Health. During my 2 hour presentation, sponsored by Deepak Tareja MD, Cardiovascular Associates, I will guide you through powerful principles for creating excellent health and help you contribute to your overall well-being by understanding:

  • The power of your mind in creating a healthy body
  • Healthy habits to create physical harmony
  • Ways to implement keys to greater health & balance
  • Techniques for generating wellness!
  • Seminar includes a handout for easy reference of healing concepts.

The seminar fee is $25.00. Spaces are limited and selling quickly. If you’re ready to improve your health now, click Register.



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