Every people would like to live well having a good lifestyle. The problem seems not to be so easy as could. At first, to have and get things done, we need to take action for things happen because it has not got by itself. The first way by which it may be possible is through the change of habits setting the mind up for things get better. The greater barrier to getting it sets down in knowing how to manage feelings and limiting beliefs all of us have stuck inside so hard of being thrown out. The change of habits begins through mastering thoughts from which it could be possible to improve and grow the inner or subconscious mind of people.
Thoughts are energetic vibrations, manifestations of intelligence coming from the soul’s power. Through clear and correct thoughts we have a channel to interact with the Universe widening the horizons of our knowledge, and so doing it, strengthening the moral principles along the path of our existence.
The power of thought is the great key to getting a good and balanced life. Mastering our thoughts for the good we put them attuned with the Universal Power and Creative Intelligence. Through this channel, we may supply our lives with the Great Force of the Universe becoming us invigorated, stronger and abler for facing our daily struggles for existence.
We need to take care of managing our thoughts on the right way, because they set up real environmental climates promoting good health or diseases, joy or sorrow, success or failure and well or ill-being. People are responsible in fact for their lives, acts and thoughts, being them for their own reliable and dependable on whatever may happen in their lifetime. We are what we think and we are the mirror of our choices.
“As a man thinketh, so he is.” “Man is created by thought; what a man thinks that he becomes.” Think you are strong; strong you become. Think you are weak; the weak you become. Think you are a fool; fool you become. A man forms his own character, becoming that which he thinks. If you meditate on courage, you shall work courage into your character. If you think nobly, you shall gradually make for yourself a noble character, but if you think basely, a base character will be formed. Steady persevering thoughts sets up a definite habit of the mind and that habit manifests itself as a quality in the character. The thread of thought is woven into mental and moral qualities and these qualities in their totality form what we call character. You can build your character as surely as a mason can build a wall, working with and through the law.
The first step towards a deliberate creation of character lies then in the deliberate choosing of what we will think and then of thinking persistently on the quality chosen. Soon, there will be a tendency to evince that quality; a little longer, its exercise will become habitual. Thoughts make the character. You spin the thread of thought into your life.
Carry any kind of thought you please about with you and so long as you retain it, no matter how you roam over land or sea, you will unceasingly attract to yourself, knowingly or inadvertently, exactly and only what corresponds to your own dominant quality of thought. Thoughts are your private property and you can regulate them to suit your taste entirely by steadily recognizing your ability to do so. You have entirely in your own hands to determine the order of thoughts you entertain and consequently the order of influences you attract and are not mere willowy creatures of circumstances unless indeed you choose to be.
A good thought is thrice bestowed. First, it benefits the thinker by improving his mental body. Secondly, it benefits the person about whom it is entertained. Lastly, it benefits all mankind by improving the general mental atmosphere. An evil thought, on the contrary, is thrice cursed. First, it harms the thinker by doing injury to his mental body. Secondly, it harms the person who is its object. Lastly, it harms all mankind by vitiating the whole mental atmosphere. Every evil thought is bad for the person to whom it is directed. but it is even worse for you because these thoughts rebound mainly upon yourself. A mind occupied by evil thoughts acts as a magnet to attract like thoughts and thus you are the one who more directly suffer from it. Evil thoughts are thrown into the mental atmosphere poison the mental environment.
Thoughts are very contagious. Thought moves. It leaves the soul and hovers about. It enters the minds of others also. A sympathetic thought in you raises a sympathetic thought in others with whom you come in contact. A thought of anger produces a similar vibration in those who surround an angry man. Cheerful thoughts produce cheerful thoughts in others. Thoughts of joy create sympathetically thoughts of joy in others.