I've talked about experiential healing HERE and I would like to elaborate on this concept of experiential: conscious experience. Experiential is an idea of conscious participation within a scope of a process and that scope tends to become more elaborate as the process becomes more in depth. The process is subjective and depends on the participant - that's you. It can be a process of learning, of acquiring a new set of skills (e.g., sport, instrument, martial arts, yoga, hooping, job and/or career related), and of understanding.
Trusting the process is a well-known idea in spirituality and mind-body practices, but what does it really mean? I believe it to be an act of observation and of witnessing without the attachment to any particular outcome. Experiential is a conscious participation in which the participant observes and witnesses a process unfold without hindrance or attachment to an outcome.
Now why is this beneficial? Experience is subjective and with one experience comes many perceptive lenses that either serves you or not. As you consciously participate within the process of your own life, you learn to identify what ideas and beliefs you've acquired that either lift you up or bring you down. When you are able to identify those processes, you gain the freedom to change the lens as often and necessary as you deem fit.
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Confessions of a Light Worker