Life changes at the speed of thought.
When I first heard of this notion that life changes at the speed of thought, Bill Gate’s book, Business@the Speed of Thought came to mind. And, perhaps this book, how it discusses how business and technology are integrated, and shows how digital infrastructures and information networks can help someone get an edge on the competition might deem “thought” as the catalyst, it’s not. Basically, Gate’s asserts cyberspace and industry can no longer be separate entities, and that businesses must change to succeed in the Information Age.
What I’m referring to is that you create in your mind “first” the outcome you wish to create. Everything created has been an idea first behind that physical “thing” that is thought about initially. You want to build a house; you imagine what kind of house you wish to build. Next, after the initial thought or idea, the tangible items accordingly show up, like blue prints and so forth.
The same goes for your “happiness” and your “feelings” about situations in your life. If you’re not happy about something, then think about how you feel about that situation. Feelings that are felt when thinking about an event is where you change your mind on what you want to dream up or think up of an experience and or situation you’d rather be living. Because this event hasn’t happened yet, you can imagine how you would feel living the life you would rather live. This process happens instantaneously and the more you concentrate on the better feelings, the faster you create your reality.
A great read regarding what I’m referring to comes from the late Wayne Dyer’s book, Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting. Check it out and with everything you do, keep your mind sharp on seeing the good in every situation.
Because, Life does change at the speed of thought … think about it!
… Your Lifestyle is Your Business … Margurite