In this Earth experience of constant distractions, infinite information and conflicting situations, we can’t help but be in a constant state of “thinking.” We all do it, right? We find that we think about the next thing we need to do or something that just occurred and/or something that occurred years prior. We are often “lost in thought.”
What we learn from Love is the Seed: Teachings from the Spirit World (book available Fall 2019) is that “thought” is one of three supreme truths that each soul is forged with upon incarnating.
Thought can be powerful: it is what creates our reality—good or bad. And thought can be empowering: through thought, ideas are sparked, and we are able to use our mind to then create. As we create, our mind at some point takes a back seat and a natural intuitive flow takes over and we can create wondrous things.
While thought can be a powerful tool when it serves to benefit us, with thought comes worry. And there comes a buildup of fears and earthly pursuits that trap us in thought. When we are trapped in thought, we often look for answers outside of ourselves—from mankind and from what mankind has created, as opposed to what creative thought has created (looking within for answers). It is a cycle of thought after thought to solve a problem or analyze a situation, yet solutions or answers are never found in “thought.”
When We Seek Answers from Within, the Answers Find Us
To seek answers outside of ourselves is common. We look up an answer on the internet, contact a professional, or read books, and while that can be quite beneficial, it is not what provides the ultimate solution.
When we instead look within for answers, we discover solutions that we would not have found otherwise. The reason is because when we turn inward, we tap into a universal wisdom that created all beings, the earth, and everything in existence. That energy is Love.
When we access this universal wisdom, answers find us. By trusting whatever answers that arise with our innate feeling of “knowing,” answers come with greater ease and flow.
The “Thought” of Love is All Around You
Thought aids “creation,” but creation is much more than a bi-product of thought. Truly memorable creations, whether they were created by artists, writers, musicians, performers or leaders, were created out of love—a thought of love for the pure enjoyment of the process of creation and the gratification of the beauty of what was created.
When we see a piece of artwork that takes our breath away, we can be sure that the artist was loving the process of creating it. Our favorite movies and songs are created out of the same kind of creative expression. And you have likely experienced this kind of love of creation yourself. You know it when you feel a flow and ease from whatever you are doing. The creation almost seems effortless.
When we can harness the power of our thoughts and learn to utilize the empowerment of our thoughts, we can live a more beneficial and joyful life.
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