The 4th yogic body is the neutral mind, the part of the mind that is in direct connection to our Soul’s guidance. One of the purposes of meditation is to develop our neutral mind. True neutrality in the face of today’s modern challenges is a powerful yogic tool.
Each one of us is born with a certain longitude and latitude and a distance that we must travel in this lifetime. This road can come with twists and turns, rain and sunshine, bumps and other unknowns.
Until our mind is clear, we are a slave to the emotion and commotion that makes us reactive to these unknowns that we meet on the road of life. These reactions come from our animal self that is only concerned with our immediate survival. To live without the yogic neutral mind is like driving a car in an unknown territory without a map, GPS or even road signs. We can end up taking some dusty, bumpy questionable dead end roads that lead us into needless suffering. Living by the animal self gives us a limited perspective on life and offers us a painful ride.
However, to drive into the unknown with our GPS turned on is a completely different experience. We can trust that our GPS is making the perfect calculations to get us to our destination in the quickest, safest and most efficient way possible. The GPS is like your neutral mind which is connected to your Soul’s Destiny in this lifetime. Your neutral mind knows your destination and it knows the most efficient, safe and fun way to get there. This is the way to travel into the Aquarian Age—with your neutral mind fully activated to make all of your decisions.
5 Ways to Strengthen the Neutral Mind