Stop for a moment and catch your thought. What are you thinking right now? If it is true that your thoughts shape your life, would you want what you were just thinking right now to become true for you? If it's thought of worry or anger or hurt or revenge or fear, how do you think this thought will come back to you? It is not always easy to catch our thoughts because they move so swiftly. However, we can begin right now to watch and listen to what we say. If you hear yourself expressing negative words of any sort, stop in mid-sentence . Either rephrase the sentence or just drop it. You could even say to it, "Out!"
Imagine yourself in line at a cafeteria, or perhaps at a buffet in a luxurious hotel, where instead of dishes of food, there are dishes of thoughts. You get to choose any and all the thoughts you wish. these thoughts will create your future experience. Slow, if you choose thoughts that will create problems and pain, that's rather foolish. It's like choosing food that always make you ill. We may do this once or twice, but as soon as we learn which foods upset our bodies, we stay away from them. It's same with thoughts. Let us stay away from thoughts that create problems and pain. One of my early teachers, Dr. Raymond Charles Barker, would repeatedly say, "When there is a problem, there is not something to do, there is something to know."
Our minds create our future. When we have something in our present that is undesirable, then we must use our minds to change the situation. And we can begin to change it this very second. It is my deep desire that the topic "How Your Thoughts Work" would be the very first subject taught in school. I have never understood the importance of having children memorize battle dates. It seems like such a waste of mental energy. Instead, we could teach them important subject such as How the Mind Works, How to Handle Finances, How to invest Money for Financial Security. How to be a Parent. How to create a good Relationships, and How to Create and Maintain Self-Esteem and Self-Worth.
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