We all attract what we vibrate. Quantum physics shows us that everything vibrates at its own unique frequency. We attract the same as what we vibrate. So when you create a powerful set of intentions that are heart felt, and set a theme on which you act each day, the very thing that you intend becomes a part of you; and it becomes you. So you live each day within your intention paving the way for each intention to be made manifest in your physical reality.
When we change the way we think consciously and unconsciously we no longer act or think on automatic pilot, we take ownership of our life and our life’s outcomes. When our thoughts centre on positive, loving outcomes than that’s exactly what we will get. We all have an innate power to create a life filled with joy, wonderful health, abundance in all things, prosperity, balance and harmony,; really whatever we desire.
Where do these unconscious thoughts come from?
Our unconscious thinking, or automatic thinking, comes mostly from our conditioning that has helped to create our beliefs. It is our beliefs that carve out our personal world. They are therefore an important contributing factor that requires our attention. Emotions that are also buried out of sight out of mind that have cemented in our nervous system through bad or traumatic experiences, charge our thoughts and beliefs with strong emotion that are triggered in any different ways, causing us to be reactive as opposed to being active in our life. We may not be consciously aware until a certain thing is said, or we find our self in a certain situation and suddenly all these emotions well up inside and we find our self out of control, feeling afraid or (re-)acting out of character.
If we don’t take control of our thoughts, our beliefs, and the resultant action of those thoughts, we do not have control of our lives.
How Do I Change My Thinking?
First you need to recognise what you are thinking, what your particular beliefs are, and how you react to situations and those around you. It is easier to recognise the conscious thoughts as they roll around inside your mind. You know that you are thinking certain thoughts at certain times and therefore have conscious awareness.
The thoughts that cause you to re-act without thinking, that have a way of governing your life without your knowledge, are anchored in your nervous system. We can also inherit unhelpful, fearful emotions through our genetic lineage. These often need a little more work to uncover unless you recognise when you are reacting just like your parents used to do.
It also helps to write down what you want out of life and be very specific. As you do this notice how you feel. Do you immediately feel that you deserve what you are asking for? Or do you feel that this could never happen? If so why? Write down what you feel about your life, your relationships, your career, health, money and be honest about how you feel. This isn’t to make you feel bad about yourself. It is helping you to recognise and more importantly acknowledge how you truly feel. Not what you think you feel. It’s crucial to know the difference. Because when you do, you can take back control and start making inroads to changing how you think and therefore what you are attracting.
Positive thoughts help us feel better, lighter, and more hopeful. Negative thoughts have the opposite effect. They create pain, misery and stress resulting in a build up of toxins within our cellular system. Our body then has to work harder in trying to cope with the effect of the toxic build up. So instead of our cells using their energy in maintaining balance within all of our internal systems, they instead have to use up their energy, and in some instances enormous amounts of energy, just to keep fighting off stress, depression and lethargy.
It’s no wonder then we do get tired and sick. When our internal systems have run out of energy, when we are not paying attention and continually compounding the issue with our thoughts, our body starts to slow down. At times it will ‘shut down’ making it feel as if all the lights inside have been switched off, leaving us wandering around in the darkness of despair and depression.
If we choose to think and act in a creative, positive way, looking for the optimum outcome that we desire, we will get that outcome. We are presented with many opportunities throughout each day to choose and create thoughts and behaviours that serve our highest good. And it is in those moments that we can be the master of our reality or we can be a slave to our ego, and feed it by encouraging more negative thinking.
If we want happiness, joy and a sense of fulfilment, we can learn to think that way. Whatever comes to us in life comes from our thinking and the way we act out are thoughts. Whether we like it or not, we are the creators of our life. Our thoughts, our responses to life’s situations engineer the results that we inevitably experience.
“A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the observer creates the reality. As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a “mental” construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter”. – (R. C. Henry, “The Mental Universe”; Nature 436:29, 2005).