“The air was full of all the night noises that, taken together, make one big silence…”
When I read that line in Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, I was struck by how perfectly he described oblivious thinking.
Our head gets full of all the noisy thoughts that, taken together, are invisible.
Invisible thoughts are attracting.
Our thoughts attract, whether we are aware of what we’re thinking or not. Oblivious thoughts are attracting.
The written word is helpful in becoming aware of what we’re thinking.
Use pen and paper to notice your thoughts.
A huge benefit to writing out a process is seeing your thoughts on paper. Written thoughts become visible. They’re no longer oblivious.
When we can see what we’re thinking, then it becomes so much easier to choose different thoughts.
Not that it’s easy.
Aligning energy is not easy. But the work becomes easier when we do it in writing.
Try it and see if writing your processes on paper helps you to hear the sounds that are your thoughts.
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All Abraham material is copyright J&E Hicks. This article represents Teresa Rogovsky's personal understanding of the teachings of Abraham.