Start Date: Saturday, February 20, 2016
End Date: Friday, February 26, 2016
Includes: 7 daily calls
You are a being of light, vibrational in nature, who is creating a physical reality through the vibrational tone of the thoughts you think.
This series of 7 daily conversations, including your questions, is very specifically to help you remember who you are as the thinker of your thoughts and how to let them do what they are wanting to do: bring you the fruits of your powerful intention.
You have been told to think good thoughts, to monitor your thoughts, to be careful of the thoughts that you think, and been given other similar well-meaning advice about how to manage your thoughts in a chaotic universe.
However, you don't actually live in a chaotic universe.
You live in an intentional universe.
And you certainly do not need to be careful of your thoughts because they can't actually hurt you, not in any real way.
You can, however, try to avoid thoughts and find them sticking around.
You can, however, try to manage these pesky, annoying, irritating thoughts and find them just getting more and more intense the more you try to get away from them.
You can, however, try to think only good thoughts and find that the so-called bad thoughts keep sneaking their way into your reality.
It's quite a pickle.
What we will be reminding you in this series of conversations and questions is that you are a conduit for your thoughts.
You create them, in a number of ways, and then it's your job to let them do the work for you that it is their job to do.
You choose which ones to give your attention to and which ones to turn away from.
It's only because you believe that you live in a chaotic, random, objective universe that it would ever occur to you to try to control what is literally uncontrollable.
So, we invite you to notice if it feels better to join us on this particular journey of remembrance into the realization that you do really know, already, how to think your thoughts and that it is quite an easy thing indeed.
More details (including samples): How To Think Thoughts