Each morning I awaken to the sound of a Diesel engine drifting across the creek in the lower field, usually about 6 o’clock. It is my neighbour headed to work. I have never met this neighbour and it always makes me smile at this unknown, unexpected connection.
What is really interesting is our properties are not close—we are not neighbours as you might imagine, living next door to one another. The sound that brings us together is carried by the wind…it is the way the wind blows.
Think about this: the wind is energy—you can’t see it except in the change it creates. You can see the movement of the tree branches, you can see the stir of the dust, you can feel it against your skin, and you can hear the sounds it transmits…but you can’t see the wind.
Much like our thoughts. You cannot see them but you can feel them, you act on them, and you create realities spawned from them. But the thought itself is simply energy, that will ultimately perpetuate action and a reality.
My mother always warned me, “Be careful what you think because it might just come true.” She was right, as was often the case.
Thoughts, like the wind, are invisible, but they are the catalyst for movement and creation. Be deliberate in your thoughts, because thoughts do become things. Be conscious of your feelings, because they affect not only you, but others. Know that the energy is moving, it is not static, it is life and it connects us all.
Like the wind and the sound of the Diesel engine in my lower field, our thoughts are released and sent into the universe carrying a message, co-mingling with the collective consciousness…shaping the world—and most of us never realize our part in this creation.
Be careful what you think—choose good thoughts.