The opening sentence to Part Nineteen reads, ‘Fear is a powerful for of thought.’ Hold on here! And go down to #17, ‘…thought constantly, eternally is taking form, is forever seeking expression.’ If thought is powerful, constructive and positive, this will be evident in the state of one’s health, business, environment. All righty then. I understand that. But wait! If one’s thought is weak, critical, negative, it will show up as fear, worry, nervousness. And what’s more, it will show up in one’s finances as lack and limitation, and in inharmonious conditions in one’s environment. ‘Thought is a vital force or energy.’
So much for the review. Let’s give some thought to this: According to Science/AAAS, most people dislike sitting in a room with nothing to do but think for several minutes. Generally, people hate being left alone with their thoughts! WHAT?! Did you know that?
Knowing this, does it help us see the value in those sits? Do we not understand now the power of the sits? And what about the 7 Laws? Oh my gosh! If only the subjects of that Scienfitic study knew about the Law of Dual Thought, Law of Substitution. We are learning how to harness the power of our thoughts. And those of us who hold the Bible and its teachings near to our hearts know that our thoughts are not “private”. Oh yea…they are “heard” indeed.
I read once, “Did your mom ever tell you, ‘If you can’t say anythig nice, don’t say anything’? She was right–“and talking nicely also applies when you’re talking to yourself, even inside your head.”
Thought is a powerful act.
Give this some thought, please: the primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it! Be aware of the thoughts you are thinking. (Eckhart Tolle) I like that! Wonder if Eckhart took MKMMA from Mark J and the crew??!
We can use our thoughts to our advantage…or disadvantage!
“Silent thought, is, after all, the mightiest agent in human affairs.”