As Your Thoughts Change, So Will Your Life!

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Author: GP Staff (136 Articles)

Chris is the Managing Editor of Gratitude Planet and can be found most days enjoying the Southern California weather and waves.

In his bookChange Your Thoughts – Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao,” Dr. Wayne Dyer discusses the ancient writings of Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu. Lao-tzu wrote a text containing 81 verses called the Tao Te Ching or the “Great Way,” and he wrote it 2,500 years ago! I have read and re-read Dr. Dyer’s book recently, and I find it very fascinating! I know for a fact that Wayne Dyer knows about, uses, and is a proponent of the Law of Attraction, and that he is a very connected and aware person. Although he doesn’t mention Law of Attraction at all in the book, he hints at it all the way through, and offers some very practical advice for living a peaceful, bliss-centered life. If this sounds interesting to you, you can follow the link (above) and buy a copy for yourself. This book is my inspiration today for a few thoughts that I will share with you all now.
The life you are experiencing right now is the natural and perfect outpouring of the thoughts you have been including in your experience over time. I say including because you have to factor in the “passive thinking” we do when we observe others, watch TV, read books, or allow thoughts to creep in from our daily experiences and interactions. Some people think that the words they choose to think matter most, but this is not the case. For example, say the following phrase to yourself or outloud:
  • “I am a healthy, thriving, loving, and connected being!”

How do you feel when you say this? Does it feel “real” to you? Perhaps it feels real when you doubt the words, as if it were a question:

  • “I am a healthy, thriving, loving, and connected being?”
Or maybe you feel more authentic when you give it a sarcastic tone, saying the words and not really meaning them at all. Clearly, you can see that the words don’t matter as much as the vibrational tone associated with the words as you think them. In fact, the feeling behind the words continues long after you have thought the specific words. Some also believe they create their experience through a few minutes of focused thinking that they do during the day…while disregarding the rest of their thinking and feeling for the rest of the day. But your point of attraction is always based on the quality of your average vibration…which is determined by how you feel about the thoughts you are thinking. Saying “positive” words and feeling unhappy will not help you attract positive experiences through the Law of Attraction. But feeling positive, or optimistic, or grateful, or appreciative will make a noticeable difference in your daily results.
So when I suggest that you change your thoughts to change your life, I am really suggesting that you change your average vibrational offering. I am encouraging you to feel a little different than you usually do. I know this can seem confusing, but if you pay attention to the way your thoughts feel, and then choose new words that feel a little better, you will start changing your vibrational average, and hence your point of attraction. If you like everything about your present life situation, then just keep on doing what you are doing. Your experience will always, always, always be the perfect evidence of your vibrational average. If things are fine, stay the course. If you have some things you would prefer to change, start by noticing how you feel, and then reach for the best-feeling thoughts you can find on every topic you encounter. When your thoughts and feelings change, your results will change…it is law. Enjoy this most amazing day!  Chris-GP
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  • 3 Comments

    1. Billy says:

      I don’t believe any of this.
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      just kidding. : )
      Great post, Chris! Lots of useful things to consider.

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    2. Merrill says:

      This takes a lot of courage, but I’m willing to keep trying!

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    3. Lee says:

      Great stuff Chris! I find everything you’ve said here to be true! It works every single time!
      Thanks, too, for the link. I’m going to get that book!
      Have a great day!

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