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Thomas McConkie shares his thoughts on your higher self.
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What Is My Higher Self?
Thomas McConkie
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What Is My Higher Self?
What Is My Higher Self?
Thomas McConkie • 01:04

The term "higher self" alludes to a deeper, wiser, and more all-encompassing aspect of who we are. It is the part of us that can access information and wisdom that are superior to our common understanding and concepts. Consider it to be the guiding principle inside us that is conscious of our true nature and potential.

Our higher selves are frequently associated with qualities like intuition, inner wisdom, and spiritual awareness. The voice softly leads us in the direction of our ultimate good. When we communicate with our higher selves, we have access to extraordinary insights, clarity, and a sense of meaning and purpose.

Practices like meditation, self-reflection, and being in the present moment can help us connect with our higher selves. We may align ourselves with the direction and viewpoint of our higher self by focusing on our inner wisdom and relaxing the mind. It is a path of self-realization and self-discovery that may bring greater fulfillment and a better knowledge of both the self and the world.

Let's take the time to foster our relationship with our higher selves. We may set off on a road of development, change, and alignment with our deepest and highest potential by paying attention to its soft whispers, adhering to its direction, and believing in its wisdom.


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[Thomas McConkie, Mindfulness Teacher] Ah, the higher self. I mean, you know in a sense life is what we take to be true. We don't have to take the higher self to be true. But if we do, if that means something to us, the higher self, then that opens up a whole new dimension of human life. You know, the higher self is we could say it's what we're meant to become. And it's like that omega pull on our heart, our mind our soul, everything in us that pull that's drawing us towards what we know we already are. So to me, like to invoke the higher self is to, you know, invoke our capacity to become. You know, we're this great evolutionary force that doesn't seem to have any upper limit to how much we can grow and evolve and transform and love beyond anything else.

Watching Now
What Is My Higher Self?
What Is My Higher Self?
Thomas McConkie • 01:04

The term "higher self" alludes to a deeper, wiser, and more all-encompassing aspect of who we are. It is the part of us that can access information and wisdom that are superior to our common understanding and concepts. Consider it to be the guiding principle inside us that is conscious of our true nature and potential.

Our higher selves are frequently associated with qualities like intuition, inner wisdom, and spiritual awareness. The voice softly leads us in the direction of our ultimate good. When we communicate with our higher selves, we have access to extraordinary insights, clarity, and a sense of meaning and purpose.

Practices like meditation, self-reflection, and being in the present moment can help us connect with our higher selves. We may align ourselves with the direction and viewpoint of our higher self by focusing on our inner wisdom and relaxing the mind. It is a path of self-realization and self-discovery that may bring greater fulfillment and a better knowledge of both the self and the world.

Let's take the time to foster our relationship with our higher selves. We may set off on a road of development, change, and alignment with our deepest and highest potential by paying attention to its soft whispers, adhering to its direction, and believing in its wisdom.


View Transcript
[Thomas McConkie, Mindfulness Teacher] Ah, the higher self. I mean, you know in a sense life is what we take to be true. We don't have to take the higher self to be true. But if we do, if that means something to us, the higher self, then that opens up a whole new dimension of human life. You know, the higher self is we could say it's what we're meant to become. And it's like that omega pull on our heart, our mind our soul, everything in us that pull that's drawing us towards what we know we already are. So to me, like to invoke the higher self is to, you know, invoke our capacity to become. You know, we're this great evolutionary force that doesn't seem to have any upper limit to how much we can grow and evolve and transform and love beyond anything else.


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