Thursday, November 21, 2013

Why Thinking Flexes Our Mind

As we focus our mind on equality, truth, and love, our mind begins to plan in an open and flexible manner. We explore all possibilities. We try concepts on for size, feeling the energy of our own perception and interpretation. We change and we try new thought, comparing the various levels of interpretation and expansion. As we explore, we discover things that we have never known about ourself before. We may fall over our threads of fear, and find ourselves backing away in dismay at our own perception and interpretation, and then we incorporate the new knowledge and our plan changes and takes on a new energy form and structure. Evolution becomes our second nature in all aspects of our trinity of consciousness and our physical body.

The important energy in thinking is change. The more we change our thinking, the more we expand our ability to think and to change. As we practice thinking, speaking, planning, and creating, we continue to open our mind and emotions to bigger and bigger internal concepts, and with each step forward, we expand our Spirit Consciousness. It is always important to plan far ahead of our planned actions. This allows the mind to explore the perceptions and interpretations of our thinking and feelings so that we work out the wrinkles of change in our consciousness rather than the physical. Thinking flexes our mind and allows it to reach into the memory nodes of stored information in our brain. We have focused on flexing our muscles, but we can't stop at the physical level of reality. We must give ourselves the opportunity to think through our thoughts and see whether or not we are dealing with internal goals or external plans. We must wear our thinking and loving emotions as the gossamer of our mind. We must allow ourselves the privilege of dreaming, and imagining within our thoughts, to soar to the heights of our internal desires. Internal desires are our goals of life and they must be lived slowly and expand their creation as our internal mental, emotional, and sensory growth occurs.

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