Your Thoughts Control You

Did you know your thoughts control what happens to you? That’s right. There have been many books written on thought and how powerful it is. Thoughts do affect us in so many ways. Thoughts help us create the reality we experience. Whether that experience is good or bad, all of it is determined by our thoughts.

Thoughts create our emotional state. They affect our health. Thoughts even influence what we do and say to people. No matter what the situation or circumstances, everything we do stems from thought. Then the thought turns into feelings, which turn into actions, to finally results. There are actually three classes of thoughts we experience each day of our lives. These thoughts include positive, action, and worry.

We think each of these thoughts throughout the day. If we have gratitude for who we are and what we achieve, we have positive thoughts. If we dwell on a future event that hasn’t even happened, we have worry thoughts. And, if we think about what we need to do for the day, like going to the store or shop for a certain object, we have action thoughts.

Would you believe many of our thoughts are centered around worry? We aren’t even aware of it at times but yet we do it. When we worry about something we have no control over, what we really have is fear turned inside. This is usually accompanied by some type of mental programming that tells us all the bad things that will happen before the event even started.

Some people think that if they don’t worry, they can’t prevent what will happen from occurring. They state that they are looking at the worst case scenario.

All types of worry are really just learned behavior that was acquired over time. And any thoughts that are learned can be unlearned very quickly. If you focus on positive thoughts instead of negative or worry thoughts, you would be surprised that your health would improve immensely. This is because positive thoughts create healing, and produce joy in our lives. Plus, positive thoughts reduce stress in our lives.

In order for you to be productive in life, you must learn to control your thoughts. You must learn to use the right types of thoughts that enter your mind daily. Also remember that not all thoughts produce actions that lead to results. Only those thoughts that we dwell on predominately are what will lead to results for us.

Because our thoughts are powerful and can dictate what happens to us, we know we must control them. But what happens in situations when we start thinking negative thoughts? This happens to all of us from time to time. You may be in a very stressful situation and find you are thinking the worst case scenario instead of thinking positively. While you are thinking negatively, you start getting a lot of emotions over those thoughts. You begin to panic. Your heart races. You start thinking of things imagined that could happen. You become irrational. What can you do in this situation? At this time you will need to stop yourself, remind yourself of the Law of Attraction, and get your thinking back on track.

A great way to stop the process of thinking negatively, and get your thoughts back to where they should be when experiencing something traumatic in your life, would be to stop and think out the situation. You don’t know what will happen. You only know what has happened. So why are you getting all crazy over something that hasn’t even happened yet? Evaluate your present thoughts and think of what your next thought will be. You will find that your next thought will probably take you into a more level headed feeling instead of outright lunatic. By thinking of your next thought, you will find your mind going away from the bad thoughts and you will quickly snap out of that thought pattern you are in.

As stated in this chapter, thoughts are dangerous, because they can lead you to get whatever you think. When you think, you vibrate to it; the universe receives your transmission and delivers. If you aren’t careful, you may not like what you get back.


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