Designed to be open minded
Wise about data and analysis
Struggles with certainty
May struggle to remember data
Questions for the Open Ajna: What am I struggling to be certain about? Are my beliefs serving me? Is it okay for me to think about things from many perspectives? Can I stay joyfully engaged in the realm of possibility?
Affirmation for the Open Ajna: I am wise about information and beliefs. My gift is that I can see many sides of an issue and have many different understandings that are fluid and that change all the time. I don’t have to make up my mind. I always write down the things I want to remember.
Affirmations For My Defined Ajna Center:
I am gentle with my thinking and always remember that there are
many ways to think about information. I am uniquely capable of being
certain. I listen carefully to the thoughts of others and allow for
limitless thinking with grace.
The Ajna Center is the Center for processing and analyzing information. This is where we store thoughts, concepts and belief systems.
Again, most people will have this Center open. When this Center is open, it is beautifully designed to understand information and beliefs from multiple perspectives. Consequently, people who have this Center open are often under pressure to hold on to fixed ideas and beliefs so that they can feel “certain” about information.
The irony, of course, is that there is no certainty in the open Ajna Center. It’s simply not designed for that.
We have been trained that our thoughts become things, that our thinking creates our reality and that if we want to create what we really want in life, we have to hold on to a “vision” of what we want and never waiver with our certainty and focus on what we want.
When you can understand that most of us literally can not hold onto a fixed idea or “vision” it starts to make sense why so many people get stuck trying to use their mind or thought forms to create.
If we look at the Gates located in the Head and the Ajna, the two Centers associated with thinking and “mindset”, we see that the energies in the mind are comprised of the potential for confusion, overwhelm, doubt and suspicion, false answers, rationalization, oppressive thinking, opinions, thoughts that are difficult to share and communicate and ideas that have no energy to be made manifest.
Gates and Channels of Head and Ajna
64-47 Confusion; possibilities
63-4 Doubt, logic, answers
17-62 Opinions and details
43-23 Insights, new thinking
11-56 Ideas and stories
Not a good place for making decisions!
-pressure when Open; fixed when Defined
-no energy for action; mental
-confusion, thinking, doubt
-mindset, justifications, answers (even if wrong)
-opinions, insights, ideas
-details, not listening, stories
When we look at the mechanics of how the mind operates and the process of manifesting, we see that there are two key roles that the mind plays:
The mind is designed to use questioning as the “interface” between the human experience and the infinite possibilities of the Universe. We are designed to ask questions and receive answers from our outer reality, not to use the mind to force answers and figure out what to “do”.
2. The dreaming and imaginative capacity of the mind is designed to stimulate a “mindset” that attunes the rest of the energy system to attract what you want in your life. And, because the role of the mind is attunement, rather than to create, you don’t have to figure everything out. The Universe takes care of that for you.
Learning to use the mind the way it is intended, allows you to leverage your creative wonder, uncertainty and the realm of possibility in a way that liberates you from have to control your mind in unnatural ways.
To really get what you want in life you must become a master of your mindset by allowing yourself to engage in creative questions and dreaming, rather than to try to force yourself to hold onto a fixed vision or belief in an unnatural way.