Thought Vibrations Review
Through man’s “science” we understand a tiny fraction of how the universe works. Man’s ego and pride, however, keep man from understanding his place and capabilities in not just the seen(physical) and unseen(metaphysical) world. Everything is made up of matter and contains energy. Everything runs on the laws we have discovered thus far, with one of the main laws being the Law of Gravitation. William Walker Atkinson describes the Law of Gravitation as the physical manifestation of the Law of Attraction in the Thought World.
What Does This Mean For Us?
Because thought is a force or “manifestation of energy” according to Atkinson, thought must also have a magnet-like power of attraction similar to the law of gravitation, its physical brother/sister.
The frequencies/vibrations of light, heat, sound, etc. can be heard and registered in various tones and wavelengths by our physical senses. Our physical senses are how we make sense of the world, and our feelings are there to solidify our beliefs about what it is we think we know.
We get sensations based on our various organs that register these vibrations and wavelengths, and the organ that registers thought-waves is the brain. The mind is the ethereal, unseen controller of the brain, the sender and receiver of these vibrations and energy that we know as thoughts. Humans register over 6,000 thoughts a day according to psychologists.
How Does the Law of Attraction Work?
Robert Greene in his book 40 Laws of Power tells us of Law 23: Concentrate Your Forces; a law that tells us anything is achievable if we merely concentrate our thoughts on a single point or cause. Spreading “yourself thin” is exactly why most of us never accomplish anything in life. We don’t concentrate, have short attention spans, and never focus on a single goal for more than a few minutes, and at max, never long enough to make a habit out of the action derived from the thought that would help us achieve or attract what it is we think about.
What you think about is what will manifest. The Law of Attraction is based on the sum of our thoughts. The things you think the most about are the things that will become physical reality around you. Your actions follow the vibrations of your thoughts, as little by little your thoughts transmute to become the energy of feeling, and that feeling is the powerful magnet-like attracting force behind everything that comes to fruition in our lives.
How Do We Apply The Law of Attraction?
Focus, concentration, and mindfulness. Ask yourself:
- How am I thinking, and why?
- Does this pattern of thought benefit me?
- What is it that I desire? (and focus on that with those 6,000 thoughts-that’s a lot of energy)
While this is not everything, this is the basic start to beginning to change your thought patterns(vibrations). Check out my article on building the will for more tips on gaining mental power with willpower.