Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Thoughts are Things

I believe the thought of a thing is the thing itself. There are visible thought forms i.e. the ones that can be discerned with the senses; and there are invisible thought forms, which cannot be discerned with the senses but are nevertheless real. Therefore, a computer is a visible thought in form. People and animals are visible thoughts in motion.

Because thoughts are things, I have to be very careful about what I write about or where I focus my attention.

For instance, yesterday I exchanged a few emails with a friend about having ginger hair. In one article I wrote, I mentioned how I had misread the words on someone's shirt and even mentioned how misperceptions can lead to "cock-ups." In another article, I discussed how I used to suffer from migraine.

On my way home, I noticed lots of people with ginger hair. It's as if the word had gone out and all the men and women with ginger hair in that part of London came out to play. I even noticed a ginger dog which stared in my direction but I ignored him. Later in the evening news, they featured a baby monkey with ginger hair. Enough already!

Just before I went to sleep, my eyesight went funny signifying a migraine. I knew it was because I'd written about it earlier. I was able to dissolve it by repeating "Love is all there is."

Today a friend sent me an email with the subject title: "Cocky" with a link to a BBC article about a boy who had "secretly painted a 60ft drawing of a phallus on the roof of his parents' £1million mansion in Berkshire." I guess the thought of a cock-up was the phallus itself, which was brought to my attention.

While some thought forms can be harmless fun, some are not worth my while. That's why I've deleted the article about the migraine as I don't want readers giving the thought further energy.

To be in the safe side, I would rather just focus on "Love is all there is" because the thought of love is love in forms and action.


Related articles: Thoughts are Things - Part 3; Thoughts are Things - Part 2; All Roads Lead to Rome; Misperception; Theory is Practice; Doing It My Way ; LOL!; Symbols, Thoughts or Feelings; The Thought is the Very Thing