On the previous email I told you about the flow of life. I’ve made it seem as a very binary and straightforward thing, but it’s far from it as it depends on different aspects of your life as well.
Sometimes a situation that is clearly not in the flow of life can affect all the others.
Let’s say that everything is hard for you with relationships (or your family life). This can also affect your business or professional life and make you fall from this flow of life.
But it’s very easy to mistakenly say that your business area is out of sync with this flow of life because you are struggling hard with it. It may as well be so, but the cause will be your relationships, not your business.
Once you solve those relationships issues, the business will prosper with very little effort.
And because of this other situation that is out of sync, it won’t really matter how much effort you put into the business… it will still be a problem and a constant fight.
It can also be the opposite. Maybe you’re having trouble in your relationships because of your business situation.
Or any other types of situations.
Either way, one area of your life can affect the situation in another area. So not everything is related to the current area giving problems.
It’s important for you to understand that this concept is not a way to give up at the first sign of problems and troubles.
Let’s get this straight: you will always have problematic situations that need solved in whatever goal you chose to accomplish.
I can correct this and say: in whatever complex goal you choose to accomplish.
Very rarely will everything be constantly positive and easy.
Sometimes you’ll find draining problem after draining problem. It’s a constant uphill battle that drains and frustrates you that you can never see an end to it.
While on other situations, you’ll have problems… but it won’t be constantly draining (or maybe only on a certain period).
When it’s constantly draining – or on a very long period of time – you know that you fell out of the flow of life.
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It’s important to really think and feel carefully about whatever you are trying to achieve in life since sometimes you may be on the wrong path for you.
There’s something we can call as flow of life where it seems like we are connected to whatever life is bringing to us.
Everything is effortless and fluid.
Coincidences happen. Problems get solved. It’s like you’re traveling on a highway with no cars.
When these type of feelings and events happen, you know you’re on the right track.
But sometimes everything is a lot harder.
You can’t overcome certain issues and it’s like problems appear out of thin air.
It’s like you are traveling on a dirt road filled with holes and many other cars on your way.
You are no longer connected with the flow of life.
And you can stubbornly struggle, yet, nothing happens.
While when you’re on the right flow, the struggle seems a lot less demanding and you’ll be faced with a lot less frustration.
It’s not like problems won’t still happen – of course they will – and negative feelings still arise, but you know you are able to solve them and you do. Or solutions appear a lot easier.
While when you’re out of the sync with the flow of life, you fight and fight and fight and seems like you only advance one inch at a time.
I’m sure you felt this in different periods of your life. Sometimes everything is fluid and smooth, while other times, it’s all hard and a constant struggle.
At a certain moment, a certain situation “unblocks” and you’re back on the fluid, smooth path.
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Here’s an interesting quote from William Walker Atkinson:
“What is thought? The answer is not an easy one, although we use the term familiarly almost every hour of our waking existence. The dictionaries define the term “Thought” as follows: “The act of thinking; the exercise of the mind in any way except sense and perception; serious consideration; deliberation; reflection; the power or faculty of thinking; the mental faculty of the mind; etc.”
This drives us back upon the term, “to think” which is defined as follows: “To occupy the mind on some subject; to have ideas; to revolve ideas in the mind; to cogitate; to reason; to exercise the power of thought; to have a succession of ideas or mental states; to perform any mental operation, whether of apprehension, judgment, or illation; to judge; to form a conclusion, to determine; etc.”
Thought is an operation of the intellect. The intellect is: “that faculty of the human soul or mind by which it receives or comprehends the ideas communicated to it by the senses or by perception, or other means, as distinguished from the power to feel and to will; the power or faculty to perceive objects in their relations; the power to judge and comprehend; also the capacity for higher forms of knowledge as distinguished from the power to perceive and imagine.”
When we say what we “think”, we mean that we exercise the faculties whereby we compare and contrast certain things with other things, observing and noting their points of difference and agreement, then classifying them in accordance with these observed agreements and differences. In thinking we tend to classify the multitude of impressions received from the outside world, arranging thousands of objects into one general class, and other thousands into other general classes, and then sub-dividing these classes, until finally we have found mental pigeon-holes for every conceivable idea or impression. We then begin to make inferences, and deductions regarding these ideas or impressions, working from the known to the unknown, from particulars to generalities, or from generalities to particulars, as the case may be.
Man owes his present place on earth to his Thought Culture. And, it certainly behooves us to closely consider and study the methods and processes whereby each and every man may cultivate and develop the wondrous faculties of the mind which are employed in the processes of Thought. The faculties of the Mind, like the muscles of the body, may be developed, trained and cultivated”
On the previous email we talked about thinking and what is required for effective and original thinking. Now, I wanted you to learn what Atkinson refered to as thinking and the importance of it. So much that he wrote several books on it.
Don’t neglect its power.
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