A thought is a thing. We live in 3-D, material reality, so it takes a while for our thought process to manifest into physical reality. Albert Einstein had the equation E equals MC squared. This equation basically tells us it takes a lot of energy to get manifestation on the physical level. There is a delay mechanism in physical manifestation. An analogy I would use with patients was salt and a glass of water. I would say, stir in a teaspoon of salt into a glass of water, and you see no salt. Stir in a 2nd teaspoon and you see no salt. Stir in a third teaspoon and you say, this isn’t working, there is no salt. One stirs in the 4th teaspoon and salt precipitates out and you go there it is. I would say, it was there all along, it just had to saturate the solution and then manifest. All of us have an internal dialogue, like a radio station, going on continually in our mind. This is our “self-talk”. The quality of our “self-talk” message determines our mental and emotional state with an eventual trickle down to the physical state. Our internal dialogue is a byproduct of our culture, upbringing, family situation, friends, mass media and increasingly social media.
If we had a recording of our daily conversations and played them back, many of us would have ourselves questioning our sanity.
I would say to patients, “I am thinking about exercising.” They would say, “You have to actually do the exercise, and not just think about it”. I would say you are correct, but if you don’t think about it first, you will never do it.
All manifestation begins with a thought. Everything around us in our physical 3-D world started out as a thought in someone’s mind. Be it the chair we are sitting in, the lamp that gives us light or the roof over our head, all began with a thought in someone’s mind.
What is the quality of the thought process in our mind?
Self-awareness begins with self-monitoring. Are we self-critical or self-loving? Perhaps we were raised by parents who had a self-critical thought process, and thus transferred those concepts to us. We thus have work to do in changing these embedded ideas.
Increasingly, we are being imbued with 24/7 messaging from social media and television. Social media has been brought to us through detailed research that understands the dopamine hit and reward mechanism that grabs our attention. I find it funny that the hypnotic states of television are not adequate to have us overcome the temptation of picking up our phone and engaging both media at once. Reminds me of my father, listening to a baseball game on the radio and watching a basketball game on the television. How to break the pattern and regain our sovereignty? Trust me, it is an issue I deal with, as well as everyone else. Funny how the world is lacking in adequate shelter, toilets, running water and food, but let’s make sure everyone has a phone in their hands. High-level control at its finest.
Here are a few ideas.
My number one piece of advice is to re-engage with nature. Leave the phone at home and take a walk in nature and enjoy the woods, water, sun and water where available. Walking barefoot in the grass is a form of grounding static, stagnant energy out of the body. Sports can be a great outlet as it demands our full attention, and the exercise is fantastic for us.
Meditation or quiet mind allows our thought process and brain waves to settle down.
Get your body worked on, be it massage, chiropractic care, acupuncture, or Reiki healing.
All will calm the body and relax the mind.
Engage in quality sleep. Consider old school, analog, reading of an inspirational book before bed. Try not to engage your phone or tablet with the inherit blue light before bed. The darker the room, the better to induce melatonin production and sound sleep. High quality, cotton sheets, and natural fiber blankets will be kind and gentle to your body.
Those of us sensitive to energies can engage in repetitive, positive thought patterns while dealing with the masses while shopping or in our incursions into the world.
“Peace and blessings to all I encounter today.”
“I am calm and happy whatever circumstances life brings me today”.
Make up your own. Personalize it for you. See how it works. Happy trails!