Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2021-05-31

Chapter 1 - Thoughts are Things

On Dec. 11,2012 I posted the following lesson:

"Chapter 1 – Thoughts are Things

When we first read Think and Grow Rich” we may wonder how can
our thoughts become things.  Maybe we even 
think to ourselves “that is impossible” and then, because
we think it is impossible, it does become  impossible for us.

I didn’t understand it when I first read it, so I am sure others
didn’t either.  Thankfully, I have learned, we can think and grow Rich.

When we say “it is impossible to think and grow rich” we are
allowing the negative side of our brain to create our reality.
We are in a negative state of mind.

Have you ever seen someone who is so negative, down, or “woe
is me” that they literally look like they are surrounded in a heavy
Grey fog that just engulfs them?  I saw someone like that the other
Day and I just got that feeling of “I don’t want to be near that Person.”

Is that person thinking “think and grow rich”.  I don’t think so.
They are so consumed in themselves and their problems they become
selfish, they do not see anything or anyone else but their perceived state of gloom
and that is what they project and don’t even realize it.

On the other hand, when we believe we can “think and grow rich” we
are in a positive state of mind.

Have  you ever seen someone who looks like they are carrying a big
 “sunshine pie” and they just want to share a piece of that “sunshine
pie” with everyone they come in contact with?  I  want to be near
that person, I want to share with them.

Is this person thinking  “think and grow rich”? I think they are. 
They are not selfish.  They are happy, caring, full of gratitude and love.

Which person do we want to be?  The heavy grey fog or the sunshine Pie?

Thoughts are things and we become what we think about.

Sunshine pie - anyone?

Tuula Rands

 

Wayne Dyer - "Everything you need you already have. You are complete right now,
you are a whole, total person, not an apprentice person on the way to someplace else.
Your completeness must be understood by you and experienced in your thoughts as
your own personal reality.