As a strong proponent of the law of attraction and universal energies, I believe that our current state – whether mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, financial or whatever else it may be – is a direct result of our thoughts and the signals we set out.
You can do, be and have anything you want in life. All you have to do is think it into existence.
The power of thought is immense. If you think positively, you are naturally attracting positive things into your life. Same goes the other way around. It is extremely important for us to live in awareness of everything within and around us and create a mental environment for ourselves to brew good energies.
Personally, I’ve never identified with a particular religion but always found my faith in spiritual sense. The first time I was ever exposed to the power of thought and the concept of the law of attraction was about 4 years ago when I discovered The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Built upon the premise of “ask and you shall receive”, Byrne, along with other pseudo-scientists, describes the benefits of rewiring your mindset to attract your best life. It really works. If you’re new to the idea, reading The Secret is a great way to start.
Any time you want something or someone to be present in your life (good health, a personal goal, a change in the community, etc) think about it as if it was already tangible and very much existent. Become very clear about what it is that you want to see be brought to life. Imagine it, feel its frequencies and act on it in positive light. Communicate with the universe because the universe listens and sends everything that is meant for you your way, at the right time.
Even Albert Einstein knew what he was talking about when he said “Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.”
You can easily think your life into existence with the power of thought.
As Gretchen Rubin mentioned in her book, ‘The Happiness Project’ – what you love you empower. What you fear you empower. What you empower you attract.
The power of thought very much contributes to our awareness and mindfulness of not only our daily lives, but also our surroundings. By confining in the present and sending out positive thought frequencies into the universe, we grow immense appreciation and gratitude for the smallest aspects of life that fulfill us; our families, closest friends, other human beings, our communities and the natural environment.
Be centered, be grounded. Take time out of each day to communicate with the universe and express your gratitude for everything you’re given. Level with it and you will find enormous peace. By doing so, you grow compassion for yourself, your close ones and the environment around you.
If you’re wanting to explore the phenomena of mindfulness and awareness a little more, I highly recommend reading Peace is Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese monk who devoted his entire life to spreading peace and compassion in the world through mindfulness. I guarantee it will change your perspective entirely.
Be kind and open-minded and the good will come your way, I promise you.
Positive energies always.