Carefully tend the garden of your mind


Your thoughts create your life. Everything that you do or create, is a thought first. Everything that was ever invented was created first in someone’s mind.

Your thoughts influence your moods, your feelings and even how your body functions. (Think about biting hard into a lemon, and notice that you are salivating.)

So, tend your thoughts well. Think happy thoughts. Have an attitude of gratitude. When something goes wrong, think about what you can learn from the experience.

As John Kehoe suggests in his book, Mind Power Into the 21st Century, imagine how closely you would tend the garden of the mind if a dollar were given to you for every positive thought, and a dollar were taken away for every negative thought.

Imagine this were true, because as you think, so goes your life. If you dwell on your lack of money or love, you will have a lack of money or love. If you think thoughts of gratitude for all you have in your life, the floodgates of abundance will open up to you.

There are many books written on this topic, some of which are at Bob Proctor also has a number of audio and video programs on how to think in order to change your circumstance.

Kehoe, John; Mind Power into the 21st Century  Zoetic Inc.; Vancouver, B.C., Canada; 1997.

1 Comment

  1. neil said,

    October 17, 2010 @ 1:08 pm

    i really like this article. it´s very easy to think we are alone and we use evidence or false assumptions to justify our negative thoughts. there is no reason to be negative, just smile or think of a funny thought, but there is nothing gained from being negative. it is really hard and i am struggling with this to but each day gives me an opportunity to do better. i am learning.

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