Joe Dispenza: Thoughts and consequences
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Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One
By Dr. Joe Dispenza
Your past shortfalls can be traced, at the root, to one major oversight: You haven’t committed yourself to living by the truth your thoughts have consequences so great that they create your reality.
The fact is that we are all blessed; we all can reap the benefits of our constructive efforts. We don’t have to settle for a present reality; we can choose a new one, whenever we choose to. We all have that ability, because for better or worse, our thoughts do influence our lives.
I’m sure you’ve heard that before, but I wonder whether most people really believe this statement on a gut level. If we truly embraced the notion that our thoughts produced tangible effects in our lives, wouldn’t we strive to never let one thought slip by us that we didn’t want to experience? And wouldn’t we focus our attention on what we want, instead of continually obsessing about our problems?
Think about it: if you really knew that this principle were true, would you ever miss a day in intentionally creating your desired destiny?