A free-spirited self often bears an unshaken state of mind. A vacant mind is not defined as one that is undisturbed or disheveled. That which is in contemplation or resting in a state of remorselessness too may never hold a calm temperament. The potent mind not indicative of that which is strong, shall never project power or strength by its own. The thought composition it holds then shall form the nucleus, which remains in control of the mind’s behavior that is not static. Thoughts the mind shall entertain therefore are vital, as they provide direction to manage and at times manipulate the mind’s engagements.
What the mind preserves shall come into existence. The power of thought is judged by the strength it holds to govern human actions. Thoughts alone shall remain ineffective until attention is drawn towards it. Attention when paid to a thought one’s thinking, gives rise to and allows the thought to gain energy and become active. An active thought may be defined as a powerful thought that sets the way for the emergence of a flow of emotions. Emotions driven by active thoughts eventually will create a pattern of thinking which one understands as the process of thought from which a constant flow of ideas shall be generated.
Human presence would have often remained a subtle existence until driven by behavior that stems from actions, which thoughts shall induce. Human actions of any nature and degree, are often the consequences of active thoughts that are powerful. Therefore the human mind is like a tool if put to practice could navigate the flow of thoughts, to which attention is paid greatly to enable them becoming instrumental towards creating human actions. The concentration of negative thoughts for prolonged durations will result in a negative outcome. Similarly, the concentration of positive thoughts will result in a positive outcome.
Like a muscle put to practice to direct each action of the human body, the human mind too could be identified as an intricate network of compartments functioning in response to what stimulates it. However, thoughts are generated as a result of both the external and internal stimuli we receive, with which we have built a causal connection. This may compel us to think, which allows the free manifestation of thoughts of every degree. What is picked and focused on with greater force out of each thought, gains an emotional rise and is persistently held on to or reiterated. This process consequently will deliver actions that complement the thoughts in focus. Nevertheless, the one who conquers this process and makes it workable to please oneself by bridging the gap between the power of thought and what one intends to accomplish can be described as one that has gained complete control over the power of thought.
By Dr. Ranali Perera
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