Can we control things with our minds? Can we, in fact, alter our reality? Do we have the ability to change things simply by the power of thought?
The human mind is very complex, and we still have so much to learn about how our brains function. We often just run on autopilot, simply adhering to routine and our subconscious thoughts, but we ignore consciousness. Is it possible that we can control our consciousness and alter our reality? Read on to find out more.
The Power of Intention:
In an article on CollectiveEvolution.com scientists examine how the human consciousness can affect the world around us. For years scientists have been working to prove that the mind can in fact control matter. There have been countless studies to prove that our feelings, emotions, perceptions, and consciousness are all part of how we perceive our actual physical reality.
There have been numerous studies as to where or not the human mind can affect the properties of water, as our bodies are in fact, made up of 70% water. One o the studies indicated that both the physical structure and shape of water samples changed significantly after the study. For more on these studies and the power of the human mind to control the elements, look here.
Your thoughts are very powerful
In an article in the Huffington Post, author Judith Johnson delves into how our brains have the ability to alter our point of view by changing our synaptic wiring. In other words, we can change our thinking intentionally simply by forming new pathways, hence changing our reality.
She says that if we learn to control our thoughts instead of operating on “autopilot” (our subconscious) we can then make our dreams and thoughts become reality. She believes that we have the innate ability to internally direct our thoughts and feelings. By doing, so we will then take a more active role in allowing what we want to enter our lives and creating a more healthy, happy and successful reality. For more on her insights, read the full article here.
Strengthen your mind and heal your body.
In an article in Psychology Today, Amy Morin, author of 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, gives us seven ways to use our minds to heal our bodies.
- Believe in your treatments (medications, therapy, etc) and they will work.
- Write in a gratitude journal before you go to bed to help you sleep better.
- Increase your lifespan by focusing on your life purpose.
- Boost your immune system by having a positive outlook.
- Use meditation to slow the aging process.
- Imagine yourself working out to gain muscle
- Laugh a lot to lower your risk of heart disease.
The human mind is more powerful than we could ever imagine. We must never entertain negativity. Water the flowers, not the weeds. Learn to embrace the power of thought and use your consciousness to control your mind. Take better care of your physical, spiritual and mental health and you will live longer and be happier!