By Djwhal Khul – The Tibetan Master
Guest of the Master Maitreya
The left brain, focused in the mind, is the part that allows humankind to identify with the physical plane and to realize that they are separate entities with wishes, thoughts, and desires. If these desires, wishes, and thoughts are of a positive nature and do not interfere with another person’s free will, then all is fine, but this is most often not the case.
The left side is connected to the “I AM” part of people. The “I AM” is the part that says you want to do this, you want to do that, and you do not want to get involved in anything you don’t like or do not want to do. It is the selfish part of you! Most of the decisions of the left brain revolve around pain and pleasure, usually on a short term basis.
The right side, connected as it is to the Higher Self, looks at a more long-term vision and comes in from the Helpers, Guides, Teachers, and Masters from the plane of Spirit. Meditation is a method of allowing you to shift your current left brain focus in day-to-day activities to the right brain, the creative and spiritual, where the Higher Self dominates and has a direct connection to the Divine. Think and ponder on these things and you will know that it is true.