It Starts With a Thought

Today we will expand on Friday’s post about visualization.  All visualization starts with a thought.  We will look at examples of that concept.


Welcome back

I hope everyone had a great weekend.  Winter moved into this part of the northeast US this weekend.  We had a bit of snow, cold, and wind on Sunday.  We may have a white Christmas around here this year.


Look around for examples

On Friday we spent a lot of time on the idea of visualization.  Today we will see how everything starts with visualization.  To prove this point all you have to do is look around you.


Pause for a minute as you read this.  Look around you.  Everything that you see was made by someone.  If you are able to look outside and see the natural environment, someone made all that also.  Today we will concentrate on the man made items that you see.


If you are reading this on a computer screen, someone had the idea of that screen before it was ever manufactured.  Someone visualized that screen, drew some plans, received approval, and then manufactured it.  In fact, there were a lot of people who visualized their part of making that screen.


The same thing goes for every part of your computer.  Someone visualized the mouse, the keyboard, and the boards inside the computer.  Someone had a vision of the chair you are sitting on, the clothes that you are wearing, the building that you are in as you read this.


These thoughts of visualization are what we use to create the physical world around us.  We think about the objects that we want to create.  Then we go about the process of creating them.


Think about your life

Whether we realize it or not, we have used the same process to create our own lives.  We have visualized the things that are in our life.  We discussed this idea in earlier posts.  Our thoughts create the life we are thinking about.  The trick becomes how to harness that power of thought.


The first step to harnessing the power of thought is to concentrate on a clear vision.  When someone thought of our computer screen before they built it they did not have a fuzzy vision.  They had a clear vision that they could translate into a drawing for others to look at.

We must have the same clear vision for our life.  We must be able to explain our vision of what we want to change in our life in a few sentences.  We have to see ourselves living the change that we want to make in our life.


We must also have the confidence that we can make the change in our life.  Just like the engineer who thought of our computer screen had the confidence that it could be manufactured, we must have the same confidence that we can make the changes we want in our life.


That is all for today.  We will continue looking at the power of our thoughts tomorrow.


Until tomorrow –


Es kava turen hai

We work towards an identical goal.




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