Saturday, 18 February 2012

As You Think.....

Dr Joseph Murphy states in his highly acclaimed book “The power of your subconscious mind" that " the world within creates the world without". So whatever is impressed upon the subconscious mind and dropped into its realm by conscious reasoning or repetitive self talk, whether it be truth or not, and thoughts in alignment with our beliefs, are stored and utilised in our everyday experience of life.

Events, conditions and acts are produced by our subconscious mind in reaction to our thoughts." In other words we see things not as they are but as we are" ( Anais Nin). Beliefs as such are a perspective, a window through which we view the world uniquely, rightly or wrongly.
We are constantly processing thought; around 2 billion pieces of information are processed by our senses every second, 95% of it outside our conscious awareness and most of this goes unchallenged. It's at this point we can raise awareness by providing a challenge, should any thoughts be disempowering. Our subconscious is extremely sensitive to the thoughts and images we habitually entertain in our conscious mind and our beliefs are built here in accordance with these predominant thoughts.

With this in mind it is of great importance that we feed ourselves good "mindfood" As our subconscious takes us literally at our word it is wise to use affirming supportive language and encourage harmonious life ward thoughts.
For example, should you nurture predominant thoughts of lack or poverty in your conscious mind this will be played out in the physical realm as effect born of your desire to honour the subconscious belief, as would the opposite be true if you had thoughts of wealth and abundance.
By watching and looking at our thoughts, that is to say, raising our awareness of our conscious thought by listening in to our self talk and being vigilant in what and who we listen to and who we spend our time with, we can support or challenge the effectiveness of our beliefs "Change your thoughts, and you change your destiny" says Joseph Murphy. And as Wayne Dyer challenges "Taking charge of yourself begins with awareness".

Hugs, Allan

2 comments:

  1. Luv this...been studying this for eight years. I come out as a voluntry worker and teach this to my community for free.Thankyou for posting this <3 x

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