Thought is some sort of mental action…

We see thought manifestations everywhere.  The more we study thought the more we realize what a terrific power force it is and how unlimited our its powers.  Just look around the room you are in and will notice objects.   Everything you see are thoughts and ideas that have come into realization through the creative work of some human being.

It was the thought first that created the furniture, the paint, the lights, the walls, the carpet, the TV, the skyscraper, the automobile, the computer, and the telephone. Where did they come from?  THOUGHT
All our possessions came as a result of creative thinking
Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The ancestor of every action is thought.”  Our world is governed by thought and everything without has its counterpart originally within the mind, thought.  Buddha said, “All that we are is the result of what we have thought.”

Your very life is your thinking and the result of your thinking processes.  Your flesh, bones, and muscles can be reduced to 70% water and a few chemicals of small value.  But it is your mind and what you think that makes you what you are.

Thought also creates the emotion.  Guilt, shame, sadness, depression, fear, worry, and anxiety all start with a thought.  Joy, happiness, love, compassion, and peace all start with a thought as well.  Thoughts are so powerful which is why we need to learn to control them.


Thought makes giants out of pigmies.

Everything you do starts with a thought. They way you walk, talk, the way you carry yourself, the way you dress all reflect your way of thinking.

You are the product of your own thought.

What you believe yourself to be, you are.

What you are thinking inwardly reflects itself outwardly.

Thought is the original source of all wealth, success, all material gain, all great discoveries, inventions, and of all achievement.

Without it (thought) there would be no great empires, no great fortunes, no modern conveniences, and no advancement in life.

Your thoughts, the ones that dominate, determine your character, your career, indeed your everyday life.
Thoughts become things.


There can be no action or reaction, either good or bad without the generating force of thought initiating it, the biblical saying, “FOR WHATSOEVER A MAN SOWETH THAT SHALL HE ALSO REAP” and Shakespeare words, “There is nothing either good nor bad, thinking makes it so.”

Sir Arthur Eddington, the famous English physicist says, “that to an all-together unsuspected extent the Universe in which we live is a creation of our minds.”

Todd Sylvester