Rumi says that thoughts are like a magic carpet, on which the soul rides across eternity.
I say that if we have good thoughts and we share those with other good people and direct them t positive outcomes — then the rest is easy.
Thoughts become things and all of this is fodder for the spirit.
Our Spirit is what gets nourished greatly from Good Thoughts, and our Life becomes a Success too.
Our Leadership increases it’s reach, and the people follow us and our good thoughts intently.
The Spirit which is also far more of what we are, gets enlarged through the power of good thoughts for ourselves and for others — and thus it takes a far greater place of our Life, making all of us a better people.
Our Life becomes far greater through the Spirit — when we allow only the current of the purest good thoughts to flow through our mind.
This is the “trick” if we could only call it that:
Thoughts become things.
Keep that in mind when you “think” thoughts which carry good wishes, thoughts which carry Love, and thoughts which carry blessings for ourselves and for all others.
It’s as simple as that.
When I speak of this — some people always ask me, if that is some New Age mumbo-jumbo, but for me it is daily practice.
It has become automatic like prayer or meditation sharing and spreading Goof THoughts radiating outwards to all and sundry. Good wishes to foe and friend alike.
I choose to share my Life by flowing. I lead by sharing pure thoughts with all. I run my life like the water running & streaming downhill in an unending journey to the sea that reaches into the vast ocean of Spirit.
Flow and avoid obstacles and the ornery trouble makers, who make life difficult — not by fighting them, but by walking around them.
Flow with the flow…
This is not so much going with the flow, as being in the flow, and refreshed by the flow.
For when we have powerful, positive thoughts for, and about others — guess who benefits?
I’ll give you a hint:
Who is it that experiences the Good Thoughts first?
And who is it that benefits from those Good Thoughts first?
Methinks it’s Me.