When I was at school I remember learning in home economics ‘you are what you eat’, meaning that to be fit and healthy you need to eat good food.
This was and is of course good advice, but what is also important to remember from a mind, body, spirit perspective is, ‘we are what we think’.
James Allen in ‘As A Man Thinketh’ reminds us of our important role in tending to our minds and thoughts, as if to our gardens in order to cultivate growth.
James Allen reminds us that despite our imagining that our thoughts are secret to us, in actual fact thoughts crystalise into habits and habits solidify into circumstance. This can have positive as well as negative outcomes. To achieve a positive outcome we need to remember that we are the master of our thoughts and as such, we must decide what we think about. To do this requires self control as well as monitoring input and output..
To do this successfully we need to combine our thoughts with our ‘purpose’. Remember, when realising your purpose that dreams and aspirations are key. Dont think small or think your dreams are out of reach, for the dreams of this world bring about change. Always remember the visible world is sustained by the invisible world (the mind), it always has been and always will be. So start thinking and begin to manifest the invisible.