What you think about expands

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Quote by Esther Jno-Charles: “What you focus on expands. So focus on what you...”

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Whatever you focus on is what you get ! Changing our thoughts.

What you focus on is what becomes becomes powerful. The message is real and comes fortified with some serious science. The research around it has caught fire and the findings are powerful. The implications for all of us are profound. At the heart of the research is the finding that experience changes the brain. Our experiences are the fuel for this shaping and everything we see, feel, experience, sense and do is slowly but surely changing the architecture of our brains, sending gentle instruction on how they can build to best support us.

I know most of us heard this at least once during their lifetime, but what does it really mean?
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What You Think About Expands (Bradley Lenart)

Changing your thoughts in little ways can virtually change your entire life. Remember the quote "What you think about you bring about" - it's so true. Everything that is in the Universe began with a thought. All of the great masters have known this and teach this daily. If you are using a pad to take notes right now, someone had to think about making a pad before it became a reality. Someone had to then think about how to make the paper. Someone had to think about a writing utensil.

The mind is everything. What you think you become. This is an absolute for those who are practicing positive living. The ideas, energies, practices that we focus our time, energy, and brain on will grow in our consciousness. And they can be positive or negative; we have to make our own individual choices.

2 thoughts on “Quote by Esther Jno-Charles: “What you focus on expands. So focus on what you...”

  1. It's so easy to complain about stuff, isn't it? Even though we know it's wrong even though we've heard sermons about 'staying in bondage' when we.

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