The potential of thought
03-31-2020, 09:55 PM,
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The potential of thought
Quote:(1.0) Let us for a moment consider thought. What is it, my friends, to take thought? Took you then thought today? What thoughts did you think today? What thoughts were part of the original thought today? In how many of your thoughts did the creation abide? Was love contained? And was service freely given? You are not part of a material universe. You are part of a thought. You are dancing in a ballroom in which there is no material. You are dancing thoughts. You move your body, your mind, and your spirit in somewhat eccentric patterns for you have not completely grasped the concept that you are part of the original thought.

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Quote:16.54 Questioner: Does what we do, when we think of possibilities that can occur, say daydreaming: Do these become real in these densities?

Ra: I am Ra. This depends upon the nature of the daydream. This is a large subject. Perhaps the simplest thing we can say is, if the daydream, as you call it, is one which attracts to self, this then becomes reality to self. If it is contemplative general daydream, this may enter the infinity of possibility/probability complexes and occur elsewhere, having no particular attachment to the energy fields of the creator.
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It's almost a cliche at this point to recognize the power of thought, but I'm of the perspective that it cannot be understated.

We are The Creator thinking all of this up. Awakening is the progressive realizing of this on an intuitive level, and feeling it is different than merely hearing it.

Through thought, we have the potential to shape all there is. If we grasp this, maybe we can 'rewrite the story' of the illusion we live in for the better.
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04-01-2020, 05:59 AM,
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RE: The potential of thought
Yes, we absolutely can Smile
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04-01-2020, 11:31 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-01-2020, 11:32 AM by flofrog.)
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RE: The potential of thought
(03-31-2020, 09:55 PM)888 Wrote:  
Quote:(1.0) Let us for a moment consider thought. What is it, my friends, to take thought? Took you then thought today? What thoughts did you think today? What thoughts were part of the original thought today? In how many of your thoughts did the creation abide? Was love contained? And was service freely given? You are not part of a material universe. You are part of a thought. You are dancing in a ballroom in which there is no material. You are dancing thoughts. You move your body, your mind, and your spirit in somewhat eccentric patterns for you have not completely grasped the concept that you are part of the original thought.

https://www.lawofone.info/s/1#0

Quote:16.54 Questioner: Does what we do, when we think of possibilities that can occur, say daydreaming: Do these become real in these densities?

Ra: I am Ra. This depends upon the nature of the daydream. This is a large subject. Perhaps the simplest thing we can say is, if the daydream, as you call it, is one which attracts to self, this then becomes reality to self. If it is contemplative general daydream, this may enter the infinity of possibility/probability complexes and occur elsewhere, having no particular attachment to the energy fields of the creator.
https://www.lawofone.info/s/16#54

It's almost a cliche at this point to recognize the power of thought, but I'm of the perspective that it cannot be understated.

We are The Creator thinking all of this up. Awakening is the progressive realizing of this on an intuitive level, and feeling it is different than merely hearing it.

Through thought, we have the potential to shape all there is. If we grasp this, maybe we can 'rewrite the story' of the illusion we live in for the better.

Heart Thank you 888 !
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