Level 3 of Consciousness: SATISFACTION

Door Creative Consciousness 22 December 2017

Point of focus: feeling satisfied

Ruled by: instinct

Fears: not getting enough, not getting the right things, discomfort, failure

Reaction context: taking pleasure, taking power, taking love

Creation context: not available (the brain’s R-system and limbic system are reigning)

Leads to: complacency, corruptibility, superficiality

 

This level of consciousness centers around the need for satisfaction. Your life is all about you and your mission is to get whatever you want or believe you need. This surfaces often as a need to control and manipulate your environment and other people. Because you focus so much on self-gratification, you often feel stuck and confused although you tell yourself that you have everything you need.

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Main challenge: Although you may be very successful in satisfying your desires and needs, you never feel fulfilled. This leads to an experience of gradual dullness, ‘bore-out’ and eventually ‘burn-out’. To find an inner fulfillment independent from outer circumstances is the aim and way out of this vicious circle.

 

Our coaching question for you: “What if you are already in fact complete and free?”

Your mantra: “I am fulfilled”

One of the core principles of the Creative Consciousness® teachings – as taught in our “Master 1” training – shows that there is a state of consciousness in you where you experience fulfillment without any conditions or circumstances needed.

 

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