So.. Speaking of gardens.
Have you ever thought about the similarities between your mind and a garden? I have. And so has my buddy, Tom, over at http://www.rockfordroofing.org. Tom runs Rockford Roofing & Repair and, I must say, he’s got quite an open mind for a roofer guy.
Have you ever put any thought in to the idea of manifestation? I’m sure you have thought about how a flower manifests if you’re on this blog. It needs water, sunlight, soil, and time.
I’m of the belief that our thoughts are like that flower, just on a much grander scale.
It’s been said for thousands of years that man becomes what he thinks about. So, what I’m saying is that thoughts become real things.
We can treat our thoughts just like we would treat a flower that we want to grow in to beauty and abundance.
We have the choice to think about anything we want to think about. The dominant thoughts in our mind (the garden) are what is going to manifest in our life.
If we continually focus on failure, we will fail. If we continually focus on success, we will succeed.
Everything is mental before it becomes physical.
That’s why all highly successful people visualize what they want. Stated in another way, they go in to the future and bring it in to the present. They use their imagination to create the life they want in their mind.
Something that a lot of people don’t know much about is our central nervous system. Our central nervous system cannot distinguish between what is real and what is imagined. And our central nervous system acts in response to what we are focusing on. Our central nervous system dictates sets up a vibration in our body, which, on a conscious level, we call “feeling.”
If we worry about the future, we will experience negative energy right now. Not when whatever we worry about comes in to our physical experience, but right now. On the contrary, if we think about what we are grateful for, we are going to feel great right now. This is what I mean by the central nervous system acting in response to what we focus on in the moment.
As you sow, so shall ye’ reap. If you consistently sow positive thoughts in your mind you are going to reap a positive experience, without exception. This is how the universe works, it’s cause and effect.
“For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction,” said Isaac Newton. If you plant positivity (cause) you will harvest positivity (effect).
Hope you guys found this interesting. Will be back more with some new content.