Thursday, 4 June 2015


Thoughts carry the power to heal and to harm, they can either fortify or sap energy, some thoughts are weak and thus only wreak a slight influence, while others are highly potent - it all depends upon their inherent polarity and the personal state of the thinker. There are thoughts that are motivated by pure selfishness and caused by the inherent fears in the ego. And there are others that arise from selflessness and unconditional love. The first are usually of a negative effect in the long term even though at first they might appear to do good. Whereas the latter are invariably vehicles of positive energy even though the good that they are causing might sometimes never show on the surface - on the material plane of existence.
This all holds true for both thoughts that are concerning the self as well as thoughts that are directed at other people or life in general.

If we wish to evaluate the effect our thoughts are having on our own personal self and the world, we must first learn to be aware of our thoughts. However, thoughts are not three-dimensional and thus we must not only watch their wording but also their hidden intention and their original motif. For example the thought: "I wish him well" might by formulated because you do not want to selfish in your own estimation and it might be caused by the unconscious emotion of jealousy to be like the other person in question.

It can be observed that a lot of the guilt that many people are personally experiencing is existing because they know that they are guilty of bad thoughts, like jealousy, mistrust, impatience, anger etc., directed at their selves and other people (which, of course, is ultimately one and the same thing).

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