This week on Voices of Courage, Ken D. Foster is joined by Mark Gober, an international speaker, author of An End to Upside Down Thinking and An End to Upside Down Living, and host of the podcast, Where Is My Mind?, to discuss shifting upside down thinking and reorienting our consciousness to live a happy, harmonious, and meaningful life.
Mark discusses how we can make better decisions by accessing and harnessing our innate intuitive abilities, tap into higher states of consciousness, and reshape our view of human potential and how we treat one another to create a better world for all.
In the first segment, Ken D. Foster discusses the secrets of “thinking right.” Or using your mind. Intention, purpose, emotion, & actions are the primary keys that Ken discusses in order to achieve this goal.
Ken introduces his guest Mark Gober, an international speaker & author of “An End to Upside Down Thinking.” Mark starts off by discussing the reasons behind his books. The segment transitions into a conversation about consciousness. Mark explains that consciousness is our awareness or experiences. You can experience having a higher state of consciousness at any point in your life. Just not only in the case of a near death experience.
The next segment covers how the brain limits consciousness. It is still a mystery on how the brain actually produces it. Ken shares a story about how a song that made his nephew who has autism, speak after not speaking for almost a year. The story leads to a brief discussion on binaural beats. Binaural beats are used to help people achieve higher realms of consciousness.
Ken asked the question of “What does Upside Down Thinking mean to you?” Mark responds by saying it is the reverse. It’s one mind, one stream. When consciousness leaves the body, it goes onto a new state. “Bleaching” away the “rust” is a method that Mark & Ken discuss in order to get rid of the past conditioning.
In this last segment, Ken & Mark talk about how to get to the “real” you. The real you is still classified as “one mind, one stream.” Whatever feels true & right to you, can be defined as being your true or real self. It is really a matter of feeling.