Our thoughts are the greatest creative force in our lives and, just like fire, they can be harnessed to create.
We have learned to control fire by adjusting the flame to fuel ratio, thus allowing us to make the flames hot enough to melt rock and steel. This technology has allowed us to create cars, trucks, planes and absolutely anything that we can focus our thoughts on – we can now create.
Fire when used correctly; warms our homes, heats our food, and even adds romance to dinner parties as softly flickering candles.
It is our thoughts that chose to use fire in this manner. Our thoughts are harnessed and used creatively to assist us in creating these objects and events. When we have a thought of something we would like to obtain we focus our attention on it, thus increasing the intensity of the desire to spark ideas of actions to be taken to create the outcome. The more we look forward to happy and joyous events, the more powerfully we line up circumstances until these events fulfill our expectations.
To the opposite of this point – most people do not utilize their ability to dismiss the thoughts that cause them emotional pain. At each setback along their path, they allow their thoughts to run wild and create worst case scenarios. These fearful thoughts set in motion conveyor belts of similar energy to rush toward them.
Just like fire, our thoughts when left unguarded are allowed to blow on the winds of negativity where they CAN and WILL – RAGE OUT OF CONTROL – until they literally burn down your life!
There are no circumstances that cause you to feel emotional pain. It is only the miss-direction of your thoughts. Emotional pain is a signal that your thoughts are going in a direction that is not in alignment with the joy you are wishing to experience. Learn to notice that you are in pain and to shout. ENOUGH! I WILL NOT TOLERATE THOUGHTS OF THIS FREQUENCY! You CAN train your heart and brain to create thoughts that support lighthearted circumstances.
We have the ability to choose our thoughts, so let’s choose them wisely!
Amy Jo Ellis 2015