“Change your thoughts and you change your world”. – Norman Vincent Peale
Thoughts are the precursor to action.
When our mind entertains a thought it opens us up to taking action. Of course, not every thought leads to action since we have thousands of thoughts a day.
The mind has a filter that says “yes” to some thoughts and “no” to others.
Whether we are aware of it or not, our thoughts are not really “our thoughts.” Rather they are group or collective thoughts of everyone on the planet.
Your emotional state of being will dictate what type of thoughts you have.
When you are fearful your mind will not have access to thoughts of freedom and joy.
When you are in a state of complete joy and contentment you will not have thoughts of doom and gloom.
Yes, of course you could consciously think bad thoughts while in a high vibrational physical state like joy, but you will not be effected by them unless you somehow lowered your vibrational state of being.
The human mind is connected via an energetic grid similar to the way computers can be plugged into a grid called the World Wide Web.
That’s why I can see the same image on my computer screen as someone on the other side of the globe.
Thoughts via the mind operate the same way.
Generally speaking no one can have an original idea.
Let’s say that I had a thought about creating a physical product but I never acted on it. The thought/idea is now available on the “mind grid” for someone else to act on.
This happens all the time to me.
I’ll get an idea for an invention but I never acted on it.
Several years later I see this product that I imagined in my mind for sale in stores. Granted, its possible that my mind picked up this idea from the mind grid and it wasn’t my original idea at all.
Either way, now you know where your ideas and inspirations come from.
Also, it is very common to hear the phrases: “We are all connected,” or “we are all one,” when reading information about spirituality. We are all connected via an energetic grid even though our physical eyes cannot see this.
The Hundredth Monkey Syndrome
I am sure you heard about the Hundredth monkey syndrome?
A group of scientists were conducting a study of macaque monkeys on the Japanese island of Koshima in 1952.
These scientists purportedly observed that some of these monkeys learned to wash sand off sweet potatoes and gradually this new behavior spread through the younger generation of monkeys through observation and replication.
The researchers observed that once a critical number of monkeys was reached—the so-called hundredth monkey—this previously learned behavior instantly spread across the water to monkeys on nearby islands who had no physical contact with the monkeys on the island of Koshima. (via the mind grid).
The hundredth monkey syndrome affects us in other ways besides creating products or washing sand off of sweet potatoes. When we expand our consciousness to a higher awareness, we not only transform ourselves, we transform everyone else on the energetic mind grid.
How are you contributing to the energetic mind grid?
Do you spend hours upon hours watching mindless television?
Do you spend your thoughts on regrets about the past or worries about the future?
How is this helping the collective consciousness?
We are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. Life is but an illusion of “separateness.”
Reality is holographic, the more you focus on it, the more you think about it, the more you attach it to a belief system, the quicker you are bringing that reality into your life.
The world is but a mirror of your thoughts and beliefs.
If you don’t like what the mirror is reflecting, change your thoughts and beliefs and the mirror will reflect those thoughts and beliefs.
This is how quantum physics works.
Consciousness is the programming language of the Universe.
We are the consciousness conductors, we are the creators of our reality. Let’s collectively choose to create a reality that serves the greater good of all.
Love your fellow being as you love yourself, because they are you.
“All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.” – Bill Hicks