From Believing to Knowing and what the difference is

“I know I’m not going to die,” she said to me.

A beautiful soul with cancer spreading through her body.

Her eyes shine bright and fierce. There’s a calm and confident vibe around her.

There’s not a trace of doubt in her body. Not a trace of doubt in her being.

“This is not about my illness, it’s about my process”….”I’m not going to end like this” she continues……

This is a beautiful example of a soul who went from Believing to Knowing.

The difference between Believing and Knowing.

Believing comes from the mind and Knowing is an energy, a vibe flowing through your body.

Believing is a concept of the mind. You can state you believe in something, or have faith in life or God, or Source…this will give you a good feeling inside, but oftentimes underneath that feeling is still a little voice expressing its doubts.

Because Believing comes from the Mind.

If there’s a deeper Knowing, there’s no space for Mind concepts as that Deeper Knowing doesn’t come from the Mind.

That deeper knowing comes with an inner activation, a recognition if you will of Truth.

This recognition goes beyond the Mind.

How to go from Believing to Knowing

There are no fixed steps to go from Believing to Knowing. This is a process that either gradually happens or happens in an instant.

It’s not something you can do from the Mind and it’s a process that happens to you.

It will happen when it’s your time.

In the meantime, become aware of the difference between Believing and Knowing. Become aware of when you say you Believe in something or have faith in something and how that makes you feel. What’s the influence of your Mind? Is it more a Mind concept or something you don’t need to express.

Know that when it’s your time to really experience Knowing and to go from Believing to Knowing, it will happen.

 

Satnam,

Brahman Menor

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