Do thoughts really become things?
Mahatma Gandhi says, “Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions.
Although they seem invisible, you can do many things with thoughts, and thoughts become many things, too. Thoughts can be smelled. Perfume is a beautiful example of thoughts that manifest into real life. Thoughts can be shared. Ideas is probably one of the things we share most with each other. Thoughts can be bought or sold.
Gandhi said, “A man is but a product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes.”
We believe thoughts are REAL things. As real as physical things, and even people. We also believe that thoughts shape our reality and our life. That is why having a strong mindset, aka being the master of your thoughts is so important.
Because if you are, you also become the master of your life. The thing that makes thoughts so intangible is – obviously – that we cannot see them, at least not just like that. Thoughts are all around us, constantly shaping the world. Although they seem invisible, you can do many things with thoughts, and thoughts become many things, too.
Almost everything that is man-made in this world started – at some point or another – as a single thought. Think about that for a minute (pun totally intended).
When I understood that thoughts are *real things* I became much more mindful of what of my thoughts. I felt like a real magician, able to create my own reality by shaping my thoughts to what I wanted my life to be like.
It is my sincere conviction that the thoughts we have ultimately manifest into the physical world – all of them, with no exception.
And I am not the only one to think so.
There is a long tradition of thinkers and spiritual leaders who have come to the same conclusion as me (with much more gusto). Among them is Gandhi, who put this priceless and magical wisdom into words beautifully when he said:
Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.
Whether you think you can or you cannot, you are right. — Henry Ford
That is why what you think matters so, so much. And why your thoughts, words, and beliefs create your reality. Thinking positive, nourishing, inspiring thoughts actually creates a positive world for you. Thinking loving thoughts actually creates a loving world for you.
The magic is within you. — BOB PROCTOR
Bob Proctor (born July 5, 1934) is a Canadian self-help author, who identifies himself as a philosopher. He is best known for his New York Times best-selling book You Were Born Rich (1984) and a contributor to the film The Secret (2006).
Proctor had a poor self-image and little ambition as a child, dropping out during high school with no plans for the future. Proctor was working in a fire department in Toronto when a man Proctor met shared the book Think and Grown Rich with him at the age of 26, the first book he had ever read.
Soon afterward, his life started to change as this book shifted his focus in life. He began cleaning floors to help pay off his debt and began earning money.
Proctor went on to start a company offering cleaning services at first – a venture that he claims netted him over $100,000 in his starting year with no formal education or business experience. Realizing the real value had come from this book, he set off to learn more about this subject.
Proctor joined the Nightingale-Conant Organization and worked his way up within the company, even being mentored by Earl Nightingale. From there, he was able to master the teachings of human development and motivation.
In 1984 he published the book You Were Born Rich, Which Rhonda Byrne discovered and lead her to requesting Bob to be interviewed and participate in the movie, which he was later interviewed on several news and talk show outlets, garnering widespread attention.
However, although there have been some reports of success using this technique, financial experts continue to express caution from not making sound investments.
Throughout his material, Bob Proctor aims to have the reader or audience tap into their inner self.
He explains that their inner-self is what is controlling all that is brought into their life – and that a bad self-image, or bad paradigm and programming, will lead to poor results even with training and proper education.
Instead of academic training, which he believes does a lot of harm, his work focuses on personal development and making people aware of the basic laws of the universe.
Proctor deducts that everything in the universe vibrates and similar vibrations attract each other.
He explains that our mind and bodies also vibrate, and since humans are capable of controlling our thoughts, and therefore our vibrations, we are capable of controlling our results.
He has said there is nothing in a person’s life they cannot change through the law of attraction.
Proctor maintained the idea that even a recession was the result of excessive media negativity, attracting the recession to the economy.
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