Thought is confusing when you do not know what it is and how it works.

A good example of the thought process is to understand the mechanism itself, which when used can have profound results and this can be in any ordered direction. You see when you initiate a thought it has structure and direction as an example when you think you will not be able to do something you make the decision on both personal experience from your history memory plus what and how you are perceiving things at that point in time. If however you look at the words that you are using then the structure and composition of that thought is made up of a sequence of word instructions that will direct the thought in the desired direction you have dictated.

This therefore can prove that you are what you think!

And yet when you want something to occur both in your desire and also other areas you can use the wrong instructional words which will cause it to not happen.

If you say for instance 'I am going to make this work!" What you are really saying according to your choice of words is I may make this happen so it is not conclusive" all because of the use of one word out of place. "Can you spot the wrong word?"

The word 'Going' is a possibility it is not an absolute command structured word like 'I will" So the use of " I will make it happen!' Is a lot strong and more conclusive than "I am going to make this happen' That says I may make it happen but I have not quite made my mind up yet!

Get the picture!

So If you think sick and you are conditioned to think sick from adverts and other areas and you end up being that way your response is' See I knew it" But that is only because the thought that you had had word commands in the structure that ordered the result. Remember you are what you think!

You even order things from memory such as expecting to be a specific way because it runs in the family. "Pardon!" What you have just stated is that that is what you want! The instruction command is identifying a sequence of commands by recognition from an outside source!

To change any command and make it a result that you want you need to use words in the command structure that say do this not that! type scenario!

Like No I do not suffer from this or that just because they have it does not mean I will get it. "I wont because I do not want or need it!"

These are take command responses and do have the same effect as the manipulating effects.

If I am a famous magician and create an illusion that has a desired effect health wise by handing out a specific crystal to someone and because they believe in it they heal them selves using it. Firstly the belief has a command structure which is a formulation of words that make the belief work and give the desired feeling which has the desired effect. Then when the result is obtained and you say "I knew it" you smile and hand the object back to the magician who you knew by words inside your head could help you because of his or her reputation and the prior results that they have achieved.

And yet what have they really done? Also consider what sort of response the next individual will obtain from the object they are given because they have seen what it did for someone else.

Other peoples experiences can also effect the initial outcome but it all comes back to the formulation of word structure commands that you use and the direction and effect that that command has and its result.

So! What does this all teach us? Simply that we are what we think and we do have the power to change it by understanding how important the word command structure is and how it interacts with us in our daily lives! 


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