Paying attention

Paying attention

From an early age we are told that we must pay attention to everything. 


Pay attention in class, when eating, when drinking, when talking, when writing, when crossing the street, etc.


Children are spontaneous, free and sincere at birth, but so much paying attention draws them away from their “Essentiality” in this world. 


Our children should only be taught to pay attention to prevent or avoid dangers. For example, paying attention when crossing a street,  diving into a pool or leaning out of a window. Paying attention in this context is necessary to protect them from external dangers.

Paying attention in class is also necessary for students to be able to learn subjects that will enable them to function socially and in their future labor, in order to avoid the danger of social exclusion.


Paying attention is a mental mechanism that focuses all its resources on a subject, task, thought, both to avoid dangers and to optimize learning.


But in spirituality, paying attention does not help people to free themselves, it keeps them in the loop created between relaxation and spiritual practices, without ever reaching lasting inner peace and harmony. Without this perennial inner peace, one cannot grow emotionally or spiritually. It is stagnating in the loop of endless practice, of self-discipline, of willpower… in an attempt to silence the mind that is a victim of its own ignorance.

All known meditative, spiritual practices use “attention” to block the “guilty” mind, paying attention to breathing, paying “no attention” to thoughts, paying “no attention” to physical manifestations, paying attention to visualizations, paying attention to soothing music, etc.  

All these techniques that seek to control and educate the mind can feel relaxing in the moment, but they are increasing the gap between mind and Essence, as they increasingly activate the cerebral hemispheres, thus blocking the seventh chakra with a magnetic field created by the activation of the brain. (1)


Known spirituality does not stop blaming the mind and its “I”, when in its practices it does nothing but create many “I”. The “I” of the ego, the mischievous “I”, the perverse “I”, the generous “I”, the loving “I”, the “I” that distracts, the “I” that controls the other “Is” during meditation, etc. What an internal struggle! How tiring!

This happens because Science, people, and known spirituality, is only prepared to do things from the rational mind, as it is taught since childhood. 


They speak about spirits, intuitions, other dimensions, etc., as something taboo, immaterial, imaginary, fantasy, but…


Paying attention is a mental process that activates the hemispheres even more.


People of any age should be taught to feel what they eat, what they drink. To feel the effect of exercise on their bodies (Sports Meditation). And little by little they will regain their self-confidence and will need little advice from others.  They will be more and more free and responsible for their own existence.

People of all ages should be freed to be spontaneous with themselves and in their social interactions. That is why you have to connect with your innate life intentions, which will guide you towards your own life mission.  


Sincerity with oneself and with others will be the first symptom of your liberation, for the New World to come.


Feeling from the no-mind only happens when there is total union between mind, body and Essence. This is what we teach in AtelTrainer to live in peace and harmony, or to prepare to be an Ancestral Healer in union with Universal Medicine.

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Alain Tello Robledo


(1) more information in the fourth book “Transcendental Love – Ancestral Healing“.

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The lost mind isn’t responsible for collective ignorance, it is its victim.

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