Mark L Lockwood BA(hons)(psy) runs The Center for Healing and Life transformation and is producing our mental health documentary on Mental Health awareness and Wellbeing in a present-to post-pandemic South Africa.
Ever heard the story of the two twins in a mothers womb talking life, purpose and meaning? It is a Spiritual Story of Self and Spirit. Read or watch the story here to understand ego and spiritual self a little better.
Mark L Lockwood suggests that to be able to contemplate is a far higher form of intelligence than EQ and IQ who cannot get us where we need to be in terms of self-regulation, fulfilment and actualisation. The proof, is simply in the pudding when it comes to EQ and IQ versus CQ.
The awakening starts off by knowing that our million year old brains are neurologically wired for survival. Survival mentally severely limits growth, creativity and anything that has not been experienced before.
Nothing has the power to completely alter perspective and therefore your thoughts and actions and life quite like a question, or 25 healing Questions to ask yourself.
Understand what is Contemplation and how it heals. Contemplation teaches you to think about thinking, and may be the highest form, of intelligence that we have.
Using Contemplative Fitness skills to re-route your neurochemistry back into Sage mind, re-allows creativity, emotional and social intelligence and ultimately well being, balance and bliss consciousness to reign supreme. Healing benefits of Contemplative Intelligence may outweigh even the medication routes.
The ultimate Intelligence is Contemplation. It can help your performance peak and can also help you heal depression, anxiety and addictions. Dont stay stuck, use contemplative practices today.
You see, when we are lost in ego, we’re lost in deed. It is like an invisible enemy. We cant see it, we seldom feel it and even start to think it is who we are over time.
Are you depressed, addicted or living with personality disorders because you want them; more than change that it? Let’s find out and by doing so, lets ask some more tough questions, because we may just like Depression more than change.