Thought is an energy that consciousness produces to modify the subtle matter of the mental energy field or plane. When we habitually think the same thought or the same type of thought, the resulting thought form is produced quickly and accurately. The effects of thought are of two kinds: those that react on the thinker and those that affect others. The effects of our thoughts on others are through the mental field that unites them and us. In addition, because the mental and emotional energy fields are intermingled and interpenetrating, thought vibrations cause changes in the emotional atmosphere, just as wind affects the surface of the sea and stirs up great waves. Thought waves convey the general nature of the original thought, rather than its exact message.
Clairvoyants tell us that thought forms have shapes and colour pale or vivid, muddy or clear according to the type and character of the thought that created them. They also say that the definiteness or vagueness of a thought is reflected in the clarity of the outline of its form. Type the characters you see in the picture; if you can't read them, submit the form and a new image will be generated.


When we think, we cause our mental body to vibrate in certain ways, and those vibrations are passed on to the surrounding matter of the mental world. On the other hand, when we attempt to think along new and, for us, unusual lines, the resulting thought form will be slow and uncertain because our mental body is not yet accustomed to that particular type of vibration.
For example, a Christian might pick up the thought of awe or devotion of a Hindu worshipper of Sri Krishna.
If our thoughts are clear?and they can be clear in a harmful as well as a helpful way they will be resistant to being replaced by other thoughts.
Those vibrations create thought forms, shapes in the mental energy field whose colours, shapes, definiteness of form, and persistence correspond to the quality, type, clarity, and intensity of the thought that produced them. This is one explanation for the initial difficulty people sometimes experience in studying a new subject or thinking in new ways. Naturally, such mental - emotional vibrations can affect anyone coming within their range, just as a storm of wind and waves at sea affects ships caught in it.
Prejudice, for example, can create rigid thought forms, hard to dissolve, whereas fairness creates forms that are adaptable but also strong. And so it is with affirmations - it takes some time from the first declaration to the final demonstration.


The mental body resists because of the effort required to set aside habitual modes of thought and to strike out in new directions that lack the comfortable mental grooves (or vibrations) in which our thought is accustomed to flow. Just as you select a TV channel to watch, you can select a thought channel to participate in.
Like all forms of energy, thought can be used for both good and ill, just as electricity can be used to improve the quality of life or to destroy it. They can spread rapidly over a wide area, being in that way more like radio or TV waves than air or water waves. Since the action of every force has an equal and opposite reaction, and since thought is a power we all control to some degree, it is important to know just what thought is and how it can be used effectively. The way to air out a badly ventilated room is to open its windows and flood it with fresh air; the way to clear a mind clogged with wrong thoughts is to fill it with right ones.
Our thoughts not only reinforce our habitual physical and emotional reactions, but they also build qualities into our causal body that form part of our permanent character, life after life.



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