Thought Power

Thought Power is one of the many functions of Ajna Chakra also known as the Third eye or Brow Chakra

What is thought?

Thought is the thing which makes a man move his muscles, like someone wisely said; any one lives his lives twice, first in the head and the other in real life.

What is thought made up of?

A thought is made of two components light and sound, this is the very reason Rishis or Yogis used to find them selves very content in a dark cave underground or mountain top.

What are the uses of having thought power?

Like they say the only thing faster than light is your thought, now for a second imagine having something that fast in your full control

What all can you do?

Imagination is one of the most useful functions of a thought, it is said if you can hold your attention on a particular thing for about seventeen seconds that particular thought attracts enough mass to attract a similar thought and if you can continue the same for sixty three seconds, you might as well have that thing in your hands.

Imaginations is a very good combination of Thoughts and Emotions, any thought backed up by a emotion gains hundred times more strength than a thought without any emotion attached to it.

This is exactly when wishful thinking and thought Power go separate ways.

Wishful thinking is mostly out of lack of a supporting emotion, or backed by a negative emotion, thereby they won’t work that much.

Whereas thought power is a very clear thought backed by a lot of positive emotion and clear understanding of where one is focusing up on.

Two types of thoughts:

  • Desires
  • Inspiration

Desires are usually those thoughts which we gather from or external world, these are those ideas we pickup or get programmed in to by the society we live in, a few examples of Desires are: Parents, teachers, friends, television, movies, news etc..

Inspiration on the other hand is something that comes from within, IN-Spiral, It’s a Energy that makes you go UP, feel great, and strong whenever you think in that direction.

Desires normally make people feel miserable about them selves when thinking about them, because they already don’t have it.

Inspiration on the other hand can move a person’s energy and confidence to a level up so that one can achieve what he/she has envisioned of.

Thought Power is it for me? Can I have it?
Yes but only if you have the power to think? So can you think?
Why is that even though I have it I am not aware of it? Or
do not know how to use it?

It is like having a gun on your wall seeing it from your childhood you feel oh it’s just a show piece, and well guess what, it remains a show piece, only when you take it out of the wall into your own hands load it with bullets, aim at something and pull the trigger, will you realize, oh.. It works; it shoots, with practice you also learn how to aim of course.

Levels of thought power

Novice: these are those people who are so happy just to know they have the gun (thought power) they feel safe not using it cause it might have consequences (some even fear the gun will its power) the truth is…the more you use it …the better it gets.

Amateur: these are those who know each and every step (they have read the whole manual a 100 times) of how the gun (thought power works) some of them also teach others how to use it, but they never use it, cause they feel their thoughts are just too powerful, universe cannot handle it.

Beginner: these are those who went a step ahead of amateur and actually did start using the gun (thought power) and they have been using it for many years now, somewhere down they know this stuff works, only thing they do not know or understand is why the hell do I keep getting the wrong stuff, or to say keep shooting something else.

Somewhere in the middle: these are those who have crossed the beginners and have realized that focus is the key, that they have to stay focused enough to shoot the right target, cause the gun always works (thought power) but all the difference is made by the focus. But they are one step behind Masters you shall see why.

Masters: These are those ho have Mastered the Gun (thought power) by using it so much they smell of Gun Power (Grace), they have understood that the world is made of energy and Thought moves energy and thought gains its power from emotion and focus keeps a thought in the direction it needs to go, and the most powerful emotion is that of Love and Compassion. And these are those people who live by it, every moment of their life.

Grand Master: Are you sure there is this level? Well guess what…yes this level also exists, these are those people who can guide a Novice to become a Master. But only if the Novice is really willing.

Some quotes related to this subject to be taken by heart.

This Whole World is made of Energy
Energy Flows here attention goes,
Energy Becomes what it thinks about,
The only limitation that holds you back from becoming what you truly want to become is your own unclear, questioning and doubtful mind.
You become what you think about the most.
As you sow(thought) so shall you reap (circumstances)
The one who really wishes to master the Thought, should realize that he also exists beyond the thoughts.
Focused consciousness creates reality

Exercise one, Learn to Focus.. use your Breath 1 – 100
Exercise two visualize, fell the emotions, feelings
Exercise three: Think BIG break your minds barriers.

Power of thought and Intention

Yad Bhavm Tat Bhavathi – Bhagavadgeeta

Intention is, “to have in mind a purpose or plan, to direct the mind, to aim, “Lacking intention, we sometimes stray without meaning or direction. But with it, all the forces of the universe can align to make even the most impossible, possible. My intention is to transofrm the conversation around dreams from fear and doubt, to hope and possibility, followed by action and results.

When to set intentions example:
Before you get out of bed, you can intend to have a fun or productive day.
Before you leave the house, you can intend to have quality time with your family or roommate.
Before you start your car, you can intend to have a safe ride to work.
Before you enter your workplace. you can intend to learn something new or be helpful.
Before the meeting begins, you can intend to be brilliant or calms.

Four Steps to set and Intention:
Get clear about something you want and write it down.
Share your intention with someone in a way that will supportively hold you accountable to taking action.
Do something today to demonstrate your commitment to your intention.
Acknowledge that you did what you said you would and then, take the next step.

By setting an intention, you make it clear to yourself and others, just what you plan to do.
Set an intention to redefine what it means to be serious about your dreams.

Personal Law/ Core Beliefs:

Write down three things you like and dislike about yourself and 3 significant people in your life.
Yourself:
Three things you like:




Three things you dislike:




Mother:
Three things you like:




Three things you dislike:




Father:
Three things you like:




Three things you dislike:




Spouse:
Three things you like:




Three things you dislike:




Leading questions:

    1. What is someone/ anyone thinking, feeling or believing about themselves When____________
    1. What does you/someone’s life look like when you/someone believes _______ about yourself? (when it comes to a blank).
    1. What if you don’t know? (When it comes to “I don’t know”) When a major theme is reached (you can refer to common beliefs listed in the manual) look for feelings, emotions and sensations attached to it.

Leading questions:

    1. How are you feeling?

 

    1. Where are you feeling it in your body?

 

    1. What is the colour/shape/sound/sensation?

 

    1. How long has it been there?
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      Now turn around the statement to a positive affirmation which is energietically more vibrant and evokes a positive emotion. Fine tune the affirmation till the person feels more relaxed and empowered.

Positive Affirmation




Emotional Response




    Repeat affirmations everyday until they become part of your daily thinking pattern.

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