Monday, March 26, 2012

Please remember to THINK responsibly

Okay, here's the deal, people:  Physical reality coalesces around our thoughts. I want you to re-read the previous sentence, then stop and really let the concept sink in to your understanding.   Spiritual traditions have taught this for eons.  Edgar Cayce repeatedly said, "Mind is the builder."  This is not a figurative statement!  We know prayer works.  We know the more people focused on an outcome increases the chance of that outcome.  How do you suppose that is?  Physics researchers are beginning to understand not only THAT this is true, but HOW it works.

Furthermore, the force by which this operates doesn't seem to distinguish between what you DO want and what you DON'T.  It only knows what you ARE thinking, and that's what "becomes".  Your thoughts simply add energy to what will manifest in our physical reality.  If you spend a lot of time and energy focused on things that bring you pain - or fear - or sadness, then that's what you help build for the future.  In other words, the Universe doesn't understand "NOT".  It doesn't "get" that you don't want war when you're thinking about it all the time.  You're thinking about war, so you get more war.

So, with this in mind don't you suppose it's against your own best interest to put intense thought and emotion into anything you don't want?  Wouldn't it be wiser to place your mental focus on what you'd like to see become reality?  Having trouble paying the bills?  Ask yourself how often you think about not being able to pay the bills.  What if you thought about getting money or opportunities to make money, instead?  What if you imagined what world peace would really be like, and felt the strong emotions of relief, hope, positive excitement and giddiness?

Also, remember this reality is shared.  You are not alone here on Planet Earth.  What you manifest into reality with your thoughts often affects others.  Therefor, you have a deep, deep responsibility to all life on this planet to use your power of thought for the good of all.  Conversely, you have a duty to consciously derail thoughts of events and conditions you don't believe are beneficial to the greater good!

Look, you probably never realized you had such power.  It's okay, we've all been conditioned to believe our thoughts are contained within the gray matter in our skulls.  The people who would have us believe that are the same folks who constantly pepper our waking lives with negativity via "the news".  The important thing now - right now - is that you incorporate this understanding into your entire approach to life.  Think about what you want, not what you don't.  Think about what you want to have, not what you don't have enough of.  Think about what you want to experience, not what you're afraid will happen.  Worrying is like praying for what you don't want!

So please, remember to think responsibly.

I leave you with a quote attributed to the late Mother Teresa.
"I was once asked why I don't participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I'll be there."

1 comment:

  1. If you find yourself inspired by this post and want to flex your rediscovered power of thought, I invite you to join with a community of folks who collectively focus their thought on a particular positive outcome.

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