PONDER on THIS for Thursday, October 6th, 2011 by Jeff Maziarek in SPIRITUALITY SIMPLIFIED

“I have personally come to believe that whatever you concentrate upon with strong emotion is precisely what will manifest in your reality, both the good and the bad. In that regard, consider this highly relevant excerpt from Lynn Grabhorn’s practical and very entertaining book, Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting:

It’s high time we woke up to the fact that we are electromagnetic
beings tripping around with this mind-boggling capacity to magnetize
into our lives whatever in the world we desire by controlling the
feelings that come from our thoughts. There’s just no way around it,
the way we feel is the way we attract. And more often than not
those feelings come from our thoughts, setting up the instantaneous
electromagnetic chain reactions that ultimately cause things
to happen, to be created, to be withheld, or to be destroyed.  


We human beings are always thinking and feeling, and likewise always creating and attracting, simply because we are constantly sending out these energy impulses, and then taking actions based upon them. The implications of this are quite significant, because it suggests that whatever we are focusing on, we are either purposely or inadvertently giving form and substance to it.”

                Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”
        
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