Transforming the way we think  


It’s time to think in new ways, to transform the way we think, examine the beliefs we hold, to open our minds.

New thinking needs to replace old thinking. This is an opportunity of our time that we are beginning to wake up to.

We think in terms of lack, lack in all sorts of ways – this belief is deep.  We have taken on poverty consciousness and believe in it as a reality.

Now we are called on to fully understand that our thoughts create our reality and the way we experience life.

We are to understand that we have the power to transform our consciousness from belief in poverty to abundance consciousness.  To do this we need to think, speak and live abundance.  We need to apply this new consciousness in how we live our lives.

We need to fill ourselves with thoughts of abundance – abundance of love, of joy, abundance of giving, of opportunities, of sharing, abundance of creativity and healing.  Look for the abundance in the Universe and experience how different this is to seeing, and focusing on, lack.

When you really work on keeping your mind focused on abundance, you will experience and attract abundance.

Old thinking is to see what happens to us as problems, bad, wrong for us and to struggle against it.

New thinking is to see everything that happens as a lesson, a challenge and an opportunity to learn and grow.  Everything is teaching us something we need to learn that will increase our understanding and decrease suffering. We are here to learn and grow not just to go through life and let it happen to us as if we are victims.

Old thinking is to live in fear and anxiety, always worrying and expecting the worst.

New thinking is to choose love and transcend fear – to realise that we are not limited human beings but, Divine, and that we can choose to consciously be on a spiritual path, learning what fulfils and enriches us.

We are very attached to worry, fear and anxiety and it is usually our first response to any experience.  It takes real effort and commitment to stop allowing fear and giving your power away to fear, but you will see great changes when you do.

Old thinking is that our nearest and dearest matter most and others are strangers and not connected to us.

New thinking is that we are all connected and we are called to care about all – not to worry about everyone but to care, to bless, wish the best to all and serve in any way we can.

Service is the law of life.

Old thinking is to hold onto old beliefs without ever questioning these and to keep a closed mind, suspicious of anything new or different.

New thinking is to have an open mind, to allow ideas to flow, to think creatively and always focus on solutions. Having an open mind also means that you are discerning – you think about things and make clear, loving judgements in your choices.

Old thinking had us cursing the darkness and focused on what we don’t like.

New thinking is to bless everyone and bless what we have, to practise gratitude and focus on what we do have, focus on the good.  This way we will experience increase in blessings, opportunities and abundance of all kinds.

What we focus on, increases.  We get more and more of what we think about.


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