Blog Post 4/16/15 Some Thoughts about Thinking by some wise Thinkers…

Some Thoughts about Thinking by some wise Thinkers

“I first give you the Key that will unlock every mystery that now hides from you the secret of My Being. This Key when you once know how to use it, will open the door to all Wisdom and all Power in heaven and earth. Yea, it will open the door to the Kingdom of Heaven and then you have to but enter in to become consciously One with Me.

This Key is “To THINK is to CREATE,” or “As you THINK in your HEART, so is it with you.” Stop and meditate on this that it may get firmly fixed in your mind.

A Thinker is a Creator. A Thinker lives in a world of his own conscious creation.

When you once know how “to think,” you can create at will anything you wish, whether it be a new personality, a new environment, or a new world.” Joseph Benner

“All that is required is to know this. For you are the creator of your reality, and life can show up no other way for you than that the way in which you think it will.

You think it into being. This is the first step in creation. Your thought is the parent which gives birth to all things.

Thought is pure energy. Every thought you have, have ever had, and ever will have is creative. The energy of your thought never ever dies. Ever. It leaves your being and heads out into the universe, extending forever. A thought is forever.

The first step in learning to monitor your thoughts; to think about what you are thinking about. When you catch yourself thinking negative thoughts—think again! You can train yourself to do this. (Look at how well you’ve trained yourself not to do it!)

The universe is just a big Xerox machine. It simply produces multiple copies of your thoughts.” Neale Donald Walsch

“You are the only one who creates in your experience—no one else. Everything that comes to you comes by the power of your thought. If there are changes you would like to make, it will be of great value to begin telling a different story—not only about your body, but about all subjects that have been troubling to you. As you begin to positively focus, getting to feel so good about so many subjects, you will begin to feel the power that creates worlds flowing through you.

What you do in terms of action is far less important than the thoughts you think, the way you feel, your vibrational balance, or the stories you tell. When you take the time to find vibrational balance, the physical effort you apply will yield wonderful results, but there is not enough action in the world to compensate for that misaligned Energy. From your place of alignment, you will feel inspired by the beneficial behavior, just as from your place of alignment, you are inspired by detrimental behavior.” Abraham

“As a man thinketh, so is he.” James Allen

“To do things in a way you want them, you will have to acquire the ability to think the way you want to think. Every

Person has the natural and inherent power to think what he wants to think, but it requires far more effort to do so than it does to think the thoughts which are suggested by appearances. To think truth regardless of appearances is laborious and requires the expenditure of more power than any other work a person has to perform. Sustained and consecutive thought is the hardest work in the world. This power can only be acquired by getting hold of the basic fact which is behind all appearances: that there is one thinking substance, from which and by which all things are made.

Then, we must grasp the truth that every thought held in this substance becomes a form and becomes a visible thing. When we realize this we lose all doubt and fear because we know we can create what we want to create. We can get what we want to have and can become what we want to be.

As a first step, you must believe these three fundamental statements:

There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates,          and fills the interspaces of the universe.

A thought in this substance produces the thing that is imaged by the thought.

A person can form things in his thought, and by impressing his thought upon formless substance, can cause the  thing he thinks about to be created.” Wallace D. Wattles

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