Every thought that pops into your mind has an effect so watch your thoughts
Posted by Kevin Hunter
Every thought that pops into your mind has an effect. This effect will determine whether or not you attract in what you want or what you don’t want. Be careful of your daily thoughts as you may not realize the power they have. You are always manifesting circumstances with the power of your mind, thoughts and visions. If your mind is plagued with worry or negative thoughts, guess what you are bringing into you? More of that negative stuff. This is why it is important that you catch yourself if you find that you are thinking negative thoughts. Quickly start envisioning what you really want and ask that your spirit team negates your harmful thoughts. Think about what you want as if it’s already happening and you’re living that life, even if its not here yet. See it as if you are happily living the life you want.
A child with an active imagination can create and attract beautiful circumstances over the course of their life. If that child has a hostile parent, or peers or teachers, they may find that adult saying, “Stop daydreaming.” Or “Get your head out of the clouds.” This is unfortunate as that child may suddenly stop daydreaming and will instead focus on doing what they feel is expected. When they grow up they aren’t manifesting great things in their lives, because they were taught not to daydream. Daydreaming is where all abundance and the necessities you need to live comfortable in life reside. As adults, we may have a hard time keeping our thoughts positive as society has taught us that this is considered daydreaming or living in the clouds. By all means daydream, live in the clouds and envision what you want. Since our thoughts are producing things you may as well think of what you want and not what you don’t want. Watch your thoughts!
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Posted on April 10, 2013, in Angel Oracle Cards, Angels, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Spirituality and tagged Daydream, Meditation, mental-health, Mind, philosophy, Thought. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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