Un-distracted thought (One pointed focus)

Pure thought is focused attention which creates power and energy, because THERE IS NO DISTRACTION.

When we make no effort to focus our attention, our thoughts usually scatter in a vast array of directions.  They start and stop and move in un-meaningful ways, from one second to the next. 

If we try to follow our thoughts without controlling them, we discover how truly inconsistent they are.  Yet, if we apply our minds to a specific task, (one that interests us) our thoughts gather and merge together and allow us to focus our attention—creating great power and energy.  This is known as “pure thought,” because it is un-distracted.

Like attracts like – (or the law of attraction) influences all energy, including our thoughts, which is what makes “pure thought” so powerful. 

Un-distracted thought creates a “magnetic effect,” and draws similar energy into our vibrational field.  As a result, the longer we hold positive thoughts in our mind, the more powerful the positive energy around us becomes.

There is no need to focus on “action” and “controlling” so much when we are surrounded by energy that draws what we want towards us.  We can instead, simply respond to the opportunities that naturally come our way.  And when this becomes the essence of our experience, we can then simply let things flow, (and go with the flow,) feeling and knowing that everything will be just fine.

If we think of “pure thought” as a body, then our emotions are the heart that brings it life.  Our thoughts and feelings consistently relate to one another.  That means they communicate and empower each other. And when we hold a thought in our mind without being distracted,  we have created “pure thought.”  And when we have a “positive emotional response” to that thought—we enable it to live in us, and do its work.


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