Level of Consciousness - Loss
The experience of loss and sadness is known to almost everyone. Losing loved ones, opportunities, dreams, relationships, and other things can lead to feelings of sadness, grief, regret, and remorse. This collection of emotions is commonly known as loss. For most, this loss is transient and resolved over time as one adjusts to the new way of life without what has been lost. Although it is uncommon for one to be born at this level of consciousness, it can become a semi-permanent place for those stuck in these unprocessed emotions. As a sustained level of consciousness, a person at the level of loss is chronically despondent and depressed, unable to move forward. These heavy emotions can keep the consciousness level low. Grieving what has been lost is natural, but at some point, one must process the feelings to return to a more balanced state.
The underlying issue with grief is attachment to what is perceived to be lost; when something is felt to be “mine,” pain results from losing this perceived possession, relationship, etc.
The following are indicators of unprocessed loss:
- • Feelings of sorrow and sadness are
• Depression and grief over losses,
perceived or real
• Mourning that can become long
• The level of chronic losers,
• Life is viewed through a lens of
• Feeling that what was lost cannot be
• Loss of something or someone
seems as a loss of everything
The key to healing loss is acceptance. One must accept what has been lost in order to move past the grief. Clinging to what is lost results in pain, while accepting the loss brings relief.
Some books that may be helpful include:
Meditations that support this LOC:
Music that supports this LOC:
New technology is available to heal and retrain the brain and body:
OMI Pads improve overall well being by bathing the entire body, and all its internal systems, in a pulsed electromagnetic field, using a complex “sawtooth” signal. The mat’s field is further modulated by a cycle of natural earth-based frequencies (determined by the time of day), including the Schumann Resonance. Using an additional layer of carbon fibre mesh, the Hybrid mat is the first of its kind to combine a pure PEMF signal (used as a carrier for a spread of frequencies).
Several other helpful technologies can be found here: