“At the fundamental level then, it is our thoughts that are the true currency of creation. This is because as children of God, we are connected to the God-Force at all times, for it is this higher intelligence that beats our hearts, digests our food, etc. Moreover, our connection to God is not simply physiologically based, but also exists at the level of mind. Our minds truly are extensions of the mind of God, and as such have enormous creative power. According to Dr. Joseph Murphy:
“It is the world within, namely your thoughts, feelings and imagery that makes your world without. It is, therefore, the only creative power, and everything you find in your world of expression has been created by you in the inner world of your mind, consciously or unconsciously.”
The preceding passage is just one of perhaps hundreds that could have been referenced regarding the creative power of thoughts. Numerous authors and sages throughout all of recorded history have made comparable statements. And this leads to an important question, which is: what is the nature of our thoughts that gives them such force?
The simple answer is that a thought itself is at its fundamental level “an impulse of energy and information.” More importantly, according to modern quantum theory, those same impulses of energy and information that we experience as thoughts “are the raw material of the universe itself.” As such, thought is indeed the most powerful energy in the Universe.”
Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”
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