the amazing power of thoughts

The Power of Thoughts

“The world we have created is the product of our thinking”- Albert Einstein

Mindpower is one of the most influential and most useful powers a person possesses. This power consists of our thoughts. The thoughts that pass through our mind are responsible for everything that happens in our life. The thoughts that are predominant influences our behaviour and our attitude. It also controls our action and reaction. We may call it “the law of Attraction” but science calls it “Reticular Articulating System (RAS)”.

It utilises the power of the mind to transform into fact whatever is in our minds and materialise them. The outcome of positive thinking are often positive and the same applies to negative thoughts that contribute to poor results.

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RAS helps the brain in deciding the brain what information to focus on and the ones to disregard. When a person’s purpose is clearly defined and has a mission and lives every moment with certainty that he will achieve it then that influences RAS filters into his subconscious mind.

The result of this is that he begins to pay attention to the things that help him achieve his goals. Things otherwise he would have not paid attention to. That’s the power of thought.

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In a study carried out by Dan Siegel (a professor of psychiatry at UCLA School of medicine), he found out that the mind meets the definition of complex mathematics in that it is open and can influence things outside itself; it is chaos capable based on the things we feed it with and it’s non-linear i.e., small units leads to unusual or difficult to predict results

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It means what we feed our mind with, negative thoughts or positive, it will be reflected outside and guide life according to the line of thinking.

This is because our subconscious holds current information about what we use everyday like-behaviour patterns, habits and feelings.

Sigmund Freud described the human mind as being contained in three levels of awareness- 

  1. CONSCIOUSNESS also regarded as thoughts which occupy 10%.
  2. SUBCONSCIOUSNESS holds about 60% and the 
  3. UNCONSCIOUS mind holds about 30%

These create our reality. Consciousness (thoughts) is our ability to direct your focus. It’s the ability to imagine which is not real. After that it feeds to the subconscious.

The subconscious is the storage for every memory. It holds the information that is used every day. It’s like the RAM (Random Access Memory), thus the subconscious can be seen as the source of dreams and automatic thoughts, the repository of memories and the locus of implicit knowledge. It’s where automatic guidelines for living are supplied to us. If it’s not fed with success, it will rot with mediocrity.

Thought is a force which is as real as electricity. It cannot be perceived with the five human senses of hear, sight, smell, touch and and taste but it’s undoubtedly real.

Waves of thought surround us just like radio waves. Thinking is instantaneous and omnipresent. All the existence and experiences of our daily life occur only in what has recently been called ‘The law of attraction‘. It is also known as sowing and reaping in the Christian community and Karma according to the Buddhists. Science refers to this as cause and effect. All are one in the same and act according to the way the Universe was created to operate.

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It was said by Buddha-

“What you think, you become;

What you feel, you attract;

What you imagine; you create”


Before April 1954 it was believed that nobody could run a mile in less than four minutes. people had tried to do it repeatedly, yet it failed. it was considered impossible. A four-minute mile cannot be achieved by the human body. It was called the “four-minute barrier“, and then Roger Bannister arrived in Oxford on May 6, and in three minutes, fifty-nine, four seconds, he ran a mile. It’s noteworthy that Bannister was not a professional athlete.

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He accomplished this record with little practice while working as a junior doctor, but he relentlessly visualised the accomplishment as part of his preparation in order to build a sense of certainty in his mind and body. He was dreaming and pondering about his everyday progress. From then on, here’s what’s relevant about the event. More than 1,400 athletes have now exceeded this four-minute mark and it also involves high schoolers. The record set by Bannister lasted just 46 days before John Landy broke it in Finland.

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“Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch your character, it becomes your destiny.”

Lao Tzu

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