You See What You Believe

“We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far.” – Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902)

You are what you think you are. Believe it and then you’ll see it. Be careful what you think about, for you are certain to get it. This idea is one of the pillars in spiritual thought. And not only is it an idea, but it has been proven time and time again.

Some spiritualists call this manifestation, and just about everyone has a story about manifesting. Just yesterday, I hopped into the shower and forgot to bring my bath towel with me. (Our towel rack is out of reach of the shower.) As I showered, I manifested that one of my loved ones would show up to bring me my towel. Sure enough, I had just turned the water off and squeegeed the shower door when I heard a knock at the door. It was my daughter whom The Creator sent to ask me a question and bring me my towel!

My favorite contemporary spiritualist in this area is Wayne W. Dyer (www.drwaynedyer.com) . Look for some of his works in your local bookstore, library or at Amazon.com:  Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting; Excuses Begone!: How to Change Lifelong, Self-Defeating Thinking Habits; Meditations for Manifesting; and more. When your core values are aligned with the dreams of your soul and your thoughts focus on your desired outcome, manifestation has no choice but to occur.

Namaste!

Sheryl

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  1. Hello, friend, and thank you for leaving a comment! It was a little {hard | difficult |tough} to read, but I will reply the best that I can.

    – Formatting. I use a Mac, and I’ve found formatting problems when it translates to PC. So, thank you, I will look into that.

    – Content. I am a lifelong observer. Absorbing what I see, hear and sense around me is one of the things I do best. As a matter of fact, it can be detrimental, as I struggle to maintain focus in loud or busy places because my body insists on absorbing everything. The blog is a way for me to reflect what I have absorbed. Sometimes, I plan blogs ahead, but usually, I find inspiration wherever I am working and write.

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    – Subscriptions… Everything is free at this point at http://www.talkingwiththecreator.com and especially blog.talkingwiththecreator.com When the book is published, it will be for sale at a reasonable price (under $10). I look forward to speaking engagements, too. The future is bright!

    – To contact me… Sheryl Miller… sheryl@talkingwiththecreator.com… Anytime!

    Thank you for sharing your comments. Have a great day!

    Namaste, Sheryl

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