Change Your Thoughts, Change The World.

The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it can’t be changed without changing our thinking.  — Albert Einstein 

The world is created by our thoughts.

So your brain waves are creating the world we’ve got.

“We but mirror the world,” said Mahatma Gandhi.

Your brain waves can be changed.

You can change any situation by your response to it.

In a stressful situation, for example, your response can determine its outcome.

Every action is preceded by a thought and an emotion.

Start with your perception if you plan to rewire it.

So what are you thinking?

Because that’s where we can change the world.

As a force for good.

Consciously.

Let’s consider how this works in the real world.

In your world.

What are you thinking about while watching television?

Playing video games?

Watching the news?

Listening to the radio?

Responding to social media?

Chatting?

Do you know what you’re thinking?

Are you aware of your responses, your emotions, your feelings?

Do you become emotionally involved?

Could your responses be creating the world you don’t want?

“Every thought and emotion has its own vibrational frequency or wave frequency. Quantum mechanics has demonstrated how a wave frequency can be altered. The shape of a wave has peaks and valleys. Energy waves are encoders and carriers of information with an infinite capacity for storage. When you overlay an opposite shaped wave on to an original wave, the original wave is straightened. Essentially you cancel out the characteristics of the original wave by overlaying a new exact opposite set of peaks and valleys on top of it. You change the vibrational frequency.” The Quantum Mechanics Of Changing Thoughts.

When you change your response, you change your experience of the situation.

This single factor has the potential to dramatically alter the course of your life journey. 

As a thought form with other like minds, we could rewire the world.

As a force for good.

Think about it.

Love and Peace.

Neil Smith.

PS. Get my new book ‘Stories From My 50 Year Search For Truth’ – learn more HERE.

You May Say I’m a Dreamer

Do you think you’re a dreamer?

We live at a time when I’m not sure if dreaming is acceptable.

What do you think?

Will you admit to being a dreamer?

Or do we live in a world that expects us to be busy, busy, busy, all the time?

Maybe it’s not so much expected of us but that it’s a case of reality.

Perhaps we no longer have any time for dreaming.

If that’s true, then we surely have lost something in our world, our way of life, our reason for living.

So the big question is, would you LIKE to be more of a dreamer?

Would you like to spend more time in your head, thinking, dreaming, creating castles in the air?

In my story of life without money I talk a lot about what happened to me when I had less time for stressful activities and plenty of time to let it all go.

Magic happened.

I dared to dream that anything was possible.

And that is what happened.

The unexpected appeared.

I’ve written every detail, every experience, every event that appeared out of nowhere and took me on a magical ride without a plan.

Like a dream that took me from zero to hero.

It’s a spiritual story.

You can read the rave reviews here or order your copy of ‘Man Steps Off Planet’.

It’s full of twists and turns.

One review calls it a “fun and entertaining” read.

See for yourself.

Neil

Illustration above: ‘Thoughts Under Moon’ by Ellysiumn at DeviantArt.com.

Is Life A Quest To Find Peace Amongst The Noise?

At the age of 11 I started high school which was located on a noisy main road with clattering trams passing every few minutes ding, ding, dinging their bells. In those first few weeks I thought I would go crazy with the traffic noise outside.

After a while I forgot the noise and began to pay attention to my teachers instead of the trams.

Was this a metaphor for life?

All my life I’ve sought the solitude of being alone, searching for peace, whether among Nature or in the midst of family, work or just life.

I’ve owned a country cottage where I would find my peace and worked in offices in the heart of the big city of Melbourne.

In the end, finally, I can say I can find peace wherever I happen to be.

So I’m wondering if this is the point of being alive on this planet, the purpose of life if you like.

To find our peace among the clatter, the ding, ding, dinging going on outside our head.

I’m wondering if we need to be more tolerant of the noise around us instead of reacting to it, as I have done for most of my life.

Could this be the secret of overcoming stress and anxiety which have become so prevalent in our society today.

Deal with it, yes, but reacting to it, I’m not so sure.

I can say this because I am the greatest offender in overreacting to the noise and disharmony around me.

So I can speak from experience.

Didn’t the Buddha talk about first learning to “chop wood, cart water”?

Is this what he meant?

I’m working on it.

I hope that my experience can benefit you too.

Best wishes,

Neil

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