Current thoughts create your future

 In James Allen’s book As a Man Thinketh, he refers to the effect of thought on circumstances as such:

” A man’s mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth.  If no useful weeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.”

If we are seeking to change anything in our lives, be it in our finances, health or relationships, we need to firstly comprehend the underlying principle that led us to our current set of circumstances. 

So then, the underlying principle is that  “thoughts have a frequency” and “what we think about we bring about”.  We manifest in our lives the circumstances and situations that reflect our thoughts or what goes on in our head!

Our current circumstances are a direct result of our past thoughts.  We attract that which we secretly harbour or hold in our minds.  Be it our worst fear – that which we don’t want to happen or what we love. Circumstances grow from this!

Our outer world shapes itself according to our inner thoughts.  Before we change change or improve our circumstances, we need to be willing to improve ourselves. 

We begin this by:

1.  Stop looking outside of ourselves for the cause of our circumstances.

2.  Look for the underlying law that regulates our life.

3.  Accept that whatever our conditions, they are brought about by ourselves and not by someone else.

4.  Become aware of our thoughts.  Reprogram our mind by controlling our thoughts via meditation.

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