Planting Thoughts…

In the gardening world we have a fairly good idea of how things work.

If a new seed is to survive and grow, we can generally make it happen by manipulating the environment. We know this because we set up circumstances that all but ensures a survival outcome. For example, if we’ve gone to effort to plant a seed, we’ve also looked at the circumstances toward which that seed will grow. These circumstances including shade, sunlight, water, nourishment, nearby weeds, soil etc…

Planting seeds for survival in the gardening world is a form of Intention; we intend for things to grow and we set up the conditions before hand to ensure our labour has a fruitful outcome.

Sometimes in life, choices aren’t as easy as 1.2.3. But I’ve almost made it my life mission to uncover if premeditated thoughts can lead to a favourable outcome. I’ve found some startling revelations in the past few years of people who seem to have just ‘gotten lucky’. Luck in almost all cases, had no hand in success.

What I’ve discovered is that certain people have impressed their own subconscious thoughts with an outcome to achieve a desired result. They’ve looked at the conditions they want to experience and planted appropriate seeds (thoughts) to bring about favourable circumstances (this is done without ANY doubt of its growth). While the rest of their friends plant any seed that comes across their path, these people are specific green-thumbs and have a definitive knowing of a successful outcome.

The one constant trait I have found in these people is in using their imagination for the ‘toying’ with the idea they want to manifest. They think from the desired result, not just of it. They focus their subconscious thoughts through mediation and feel what it would be like if their wish had been realised today. Research has shown the subconscious mind cannot make the distinction between a real thought and an imagined thought felt vividly. Once the subconscious is impressed with an idea, It will proceed to show you examples of its truth.

Wild? Absolutely.

To provide further evidence of this phenomenon ( The Law of Attraction – my fave subject) just take a look at your life today. Every experience you’ve ever had was believed as rock solid by the subconscious mind. Think about it – life shows you examples of your deepest held beliefs and when the evidence appears, you’ll categorise it as true. When the mind can take the mental leap to understanding a certain outcome is ‘possible’, and continues to believe in it wholeheartedly, it shows you the tangible example of what you now believe to be true. Make sense? One person says; “I’m not worth $1M year“, the next person says – “If  I can generate a business where 1,000 people can give me $1,000 a year for my service, I could make a $1M a year“. Is it possible that out of 7 Billion people I can find 1,000 people to find value in me ?

History is littered with people who have used belief to bring about favourable circumstances and not just from a financial standpoint. Winston Churchill is the first to come to mind with true belief, that despite overwhelming bombardment, it’s possible we still can Win.

So if we take the above as true, one must ask if we’re planting seeds by Intention or by default. If we just look at our lives, we usually have the answer. And likewise, If we look at someone who seems to have gotten ‘lucky’, chances are they could be specifically cultivating their inner environment diligently so the correct seeds have the best chance to grow and thrive.

So what’s the take home message?  You must feel the feeling (the essence) of that which you want to make real (without doubt). Do this consistently enough with certainty, and it will make its way into your reality because for your subconscious mind, its already a done deal.

Remember; if you believe (or someone tells you) its going to be hard, it will be. If you think that good things flow to you effortlessly and easily, they will also. So both points manifest into reality. Remember there are 7 Billion versions of reality all playing out at once, not just one. And life, like fertile soil will grow whatever you plant. Poison Ivy or Corn? Your choice.

Planting your thoughts specifically means you will ultimately direct what your future garden will look like. And when you realise this to be true, you start to become acutely specific about what seeds you want to plant.

Barry x

 

 

 

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