"I Have Complete Control Over My Own Thoughts… You can find yourself in an endless loop where you explain that you feel negative because of the negative behavior of someone else. But if, instead, you take control of your own emotions and you think an improved thought because it feels better to do so, you will discover that no matter how the negative trend got started, you can turn it around. You have no real control of what anyone else is doing with their Vibration (or with their actions, for that matter), but you have complete control over your own thoughts, Vibrations, emotions, and point of attraction."
So many people think of staunch stoicism when the idea of controlling the mind enters a conversation. It's like you must become the general of an army to control your thoughts. It sounds like really hard work. You need a uniform or a badge and as you start policing your thoughts they just get more outrageously misbehaved.
Abraham (Abraham-Hicks) offers a completely different approach to the notion of controlling your thoughts. And in my experience it is way more effective. Rather than conjuring law enforcement images with our thoughts as the criminals, Abraham's approach inspires the fresh breeze of freedom. It conjures bread crumb trails through the forest, flowing streams, and now, the Vortex.
By using what some might call the power of the subconscious mind, Abraham maps out a plan based on joy. Some people call it the power of the subconscious mind because they recognize that it takes no conscious effort. It seems to happen all on its own.
The ease of including Law of Attraction in your plans makes controlling your thoughts natural, spontaneous and almost effortless. It does takes some effort to set the wave in motion, but once you take conscious control of your focus, the rest happens thanks to Law of Attraction.
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