“We all have many more thoughts than we realize. To recognize them we must take an observer position. When a thought comes, we must ask why? Why did this particular thought come now? How does it relate to my life questions? Taking this observer position helps us release our need to control everything. It places us in the flow of evolution.
What about negative thoughts? Those fear images of something bad happening, such as someone we love getting hurt, or of not achieving something we very much want?
Fear images should be halted as soon as they come. Then another image, one with a good outcome, should be willed through the mind. Soon, negative images will almost never happen. Your intuitions will be about positive things. When negative images come after that, they should be taken very seriously and not followed.”
James Redfield, in “The Celestine Prophecy”
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