Many of us engage in our daily activity, thinking while we at it. For some it has become a way of life to think all the time. Some believe its human, its a way of life for them.
While thinking may be part of human nature, we must try to separate the subtle thought from the coarse thought. There is a fine line between the right kind of thought and negative thought, while the negative thought creates imbalance in the body, the positive thought awakens the body and gives it the needed vitality.
You don’t need any scientist or a great philosopher to enlighten you on this.Take a good look at yourself, how do you feel when you are disturbed about something? How do you feel when your thoughts are centered on elevating someone’s life. You can tell without doubt the impact of the two within your body.
Everything is all about energy, said the great Albert Einstein. When he said this, he did not exempt the power of thought.
When we think about something for too long, we create a thought form, which is a concentrated force of thought. This thought form, being just an ordinary energy before, now becomes an awakened energy, having its own intelligence and power. It then seeks to fasten on the man who gave it life, feeding on his vital energy and reducing him to a puppet while the thought assumes the role of the master. This is usually the case, when a man finds it difficult to stop his thoughts from overwhelming him. How then can you call this type of thought man’s natural way of life?
When a baby is ushered into this life, was the baby overwhelmed by thought? When did the overwhelming take over? Did it not take over when our focus turned more outwards, towards materiality?
When a man sleeps at night, his thoughts during the day begin to play out in his dreams, sometimes it may not be today’s thought, it could be thoughts long forgotten which has been registered in the mental world. Such a man is left to the mercy of his thought in his dream, and no inspiration outside of himself can penetrate his dream world. His thoughts become the veil, preventing the fountain of insights and inspiration from the universe from overwhelming him. How can such a man be a SEER?
If only you can see your thoughts, how ugly do you think yours would be? At the end a man is not really his body, a man is his thought, emotion and imaginations all registered in the universal light and mind. For in truth the body perishes, but the ugly being within him which he has created remains animated in the astral world.
“They say from earth we come and to earth we return, what blatant lie is this! From light we come and to light we shall return”.
What astral being do you have buried inside of you?
Excerpt from the Secret Diary of a Metaphysician by Sebastian Enukorah. Buy the book here https://www.amazon.com/Sebastian-Enukorah/e/B07MVGSRRY