In one of their tapes named 'Thinking as choosing thoughts' Abraham talk about 'Having a thought but couldn't reach it'
In my understanding they mean by reaching it, feeling it.
And again it brings the discussion I always have about the thought that can create and the thought that doesn't, in both cases I am thinking the thought, sometimes the one that I am thinking much doesn't manifest and the less manifest, and I concluded that techniquely I am thinking the thought in an opposite way.
Now back to the 'Having a thought but couldn't reach it'
This statement is the core of thinking science, law of attraction thoughts creating
Sometimes I squeeze my mind to have thoughts, others they simply flow, sometimes they manifest others not, sometimes they are a belief others they are passers by, so based on the above statement: how thoughts really work?
Having a thought: having the idea of the thought or simply thinking about it and how one can having a thought without thinking about it?
Reaching it: how are you reaching your thoughts?
asked 16 Jan '13, 06:19
Good question rOla ... it all depends how you communicate with yourself, there are three basic methods, visual, verbal and feeling ... we use all three of course in different combinations but usually there is one that is more pronounced than the other two. Choose the one or dominant combination and illustrate the idea using that system ... for example visual corresponds to drawings , paintings, graphs ... verbal corresponds to written or spoken words, phrases ... feeling corresponds to sensations, it just feels to be on the correct wavelength ... an excellent method would be to combine all three ... have fun with it.
answered 16 Jan '13, 08:28
We illustrate things by illustrations by pictures if you prefer. When you think of the 9/11 towers being hit by an aircraft and start trying to explain words ... umm well there were two towers etc. ... it's long winded. Think of the image
and "boom" a direct hit, and it's there.
I have a migraine, so I'll be brief.
If I have a thought, but cannot express it in words, I turn to art. I try to draw or doodle the thought out. Drawing accesses the right side of the brain, and this can hep bring ideas forth.
Albert Einstein was flunking math. His teachers brought his parents in, and expressed their concern, Obviously, the parents knew their son, and knew he was brilliant in his own way. Do you know what they did? They bought him a violin, and got him lessons.
The rest is history.
Einstein often "doodled" on his violin when trying to work out complex math. Music is also done by the right side of the brain. So there you have it.
I drew this picture of this headache tonight, and while I worked on it, I had no pain. Interesting, eh? It is as if using the other side of my brain took away the pain. Also, expressing what the headache "looks" like helps me feel it is a real, measurable thing. Also, this was the "color" of th headache. That part I cannot explain.
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