Manifesting – focus

Edgar Cayce wrote:” What one thinks about continually, they become; what one cherishes in their heart and mind they make a part of the pulsation of their heart…” (reading 3744-5)

Certainly something for all of us to remember. It behooves us all to first of all, be aware what it is that’s being served up today in that brain of yours. Observe what’s on tap today. Start to monitor who’s home – because it’s very important. After all you can only control what you can see.

It’s not uncommon for people to just not be aware of how negative their thinking really is, how often they’re awash in worry or negative thoughts. Then once you’re aware of it the first big switch needs to be the switch from negative thinking to positive thinking.

If you really manifest what you most think about – it’s very worrisome that so many teens get obsessed with violent video games and take visual violence for granted, and killing as normal. I understand that video games came about when the military discovered that a large percentage of the rifles preserved in war museums had, interestingly enough, never been fired. This meant that there was a natural reticence on the part of humans to kill their own kind. So video games were invented, and soldiers were trained on them, to literally get soldiers used to killing. And it’s been said that the war that followed, the Vietnamese War, was one of the bloodiest in history.

For a teenager preoccupied with video games, it’s just a game. But the consequences can be quite damaging. First of all most teachers will tell you yes, they can tell which kids play a lot of video games just from their behaviour in class. Their grades may or may not be impacted directly, but their behaviour certainly is. What you think about a lot, you pull into your life.

On the positive side of course, it works to your advantage, daily focus on positive goals is a definite part of a manifesting plan / protocol.

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