About Your Thought Process

3D image of spilled coffee with words about breaking the cycle of the thought process

Too often we seek to “break the cycle” or the pattern of our behavior which continues to lead to undesirable results. Maybe that’s the problem. Maybe it would be better if each of us realized that we aren’t “breaking” anything. We’re improving upon what already exists.

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If you want to improve your life, you’re going to have to understand how each of your thoughts plays a role in it. No matter how big or small. If you pay close enough attention, you’ll see how every single one of your thoughts becomes physical in some form or another. It could be as simple as “coincidentally” seeing a meme or as big as winning a Nobel Prize. Every thought becomes something, it’s just dependent on the extent of the “thought process.”

Think about the following process. But before you read it, try not to be dismissive of it. You have to start disciplining your mind if you are to expose the deeper understandings of how you work. Don’t ask anyone else, because their understanding will be different from yours. Find how this pattern resonates with you.

Thought Comes to Mind → Thought Conjures Emotion → Action is Created By Strength of Emotion → Patiently Wait → Material World Shifts

You work through each step in its own time — learning what the thought means, how it makes you feel, and what you want to do about it with regard to its degree of impact on your physical reality. Some of these steps will be fast, others slower. But each step has a process, its own pattern — a process within the process.

“Broken Cycle”

You have to first see the cycle of the process if you are to know how you can improve upon it. Then it’s up to you how you see the process that will make your life, and this world, a dynamic place.

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