Thought Power

Thought is energy. A person has about 65,000 thoughts per day. And only about 2 percent of them are private. Whose other thoughts? Every thought (energy dose) conceived and released into the universe remains. The ether around us is full of thoughts, our mind is as a receiver, constantly captures it.

We have heard that thought, word, and action are the Divine Trinity, which, acting in unison, creates material objects, phenomena, events. Thought alone has no creative power. Only when the unconscious mind holds the thought and begins to feel it we begin to send the energy of the frequency of that thought. Then words and sentences appear in the mind that create the script.

This is the second part of the trinity – the word. The word has power. If we let our mind sink even deeper, we can start seeing visions and images. The third part of the trinity is action. Visualization can be attributed to actions because it generates energy which transforms into a creative force. A thought is harmless unless we believe it. It’s not our thoughts, but our attachment to our thoughts, that causes suffering.

Attaching to a thought means believing that it’s true, without inquiring. Being conscious, we can observe thoughts and let them go their own way. Our consciously observed thoughts lose their power to influence us. Our consciously generated, felt, described, and visualized thoughts are that divine power, by which the consciousness of the Universe manifests itself through us.

Let’s learn to build our world consciously!