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Week 20/2 – Three Great Thougts to Think About



As I was listening to our Master Key 20 for my Master Key Mastermind journey three statements, among so many, stood out to me.  They made me pause and think.  Thought I’d share them with you so you can do the same.  Here they are:

1. The power of thought, if understood and correctly used is the greatest labor saving devise ever dreamed of.  Wow, think about that.  The power of thought, which we all have but is almost always underutilized is something we need to pause, contemplate and accept the reality.  We then need to make it a personal quest to greater understand it’s power.  I believe that once more people first recognize  and then leverage the power God gave us all and The key is first understanding what you have.  Then determining how to optimally use it–FOR GOOD!  Keep in mind, the power of thought is neutral.  It is in the application that determines the outcome which leads me to the next statement.

2. You can’t plan the thought of any kind and reap the fruit of another.  It just doesn’t work like that.  I other words, just like planning seeds in your garden.  You cannot plant corn and expect roses to grow from that seed.  Why do caustic people (based on their thinking and subsequent actions) wonder why their lives are caustic.  Reexamine what kind of thought seeds you are planting.  If it is not bearing the kind of fruit you most desire, change the seeds.

3. The power to think consecutively, deeply and clearly is an avowed and deadly enemy to mistakes and blunders, superstitions, unscientific theories, irrational beliefs, etc.  Just think…what would it be like if we leverage our thoughts in such a way as to divert or eliminate mistakes and blunders?

Aren’t those great questions?  Think about them and leave your comment below.  I’d love to hear what you think.

2 thoughts on “Week 20/2 – Three Great Thougts to Think About

  1. 3 Great statements. #2 is of particular interest to me….as I am dealing directly with someone who has sewn one seeds and is trying to reap the harvest of something else. It simply doesn’t work.

  2. Great questions for sure! I love how Haanel says the first step to harnessing this power we have is to become conscious of it 🙂
    Honestly, I wish I could grow my crops without all of the weeding, watering and hard effort 😛

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