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Monday, November 9, 2009

Thoughts have a life of their own

Thoughts are very powerful and we need to pay attention to what thoughts we’re constantly dwelling on and what we allow to linger in our minds. Thoughts are very much alive and can take on a life of their own.

Some years ago, I had an enlightening experience and ever since, I’ve learned to disallow thoughts I didn’t want to linger in my mind. I went to my local bank to purchase a $10.00 money order. While I was waiting for the teller, as she stamped the money order, a thought just casually crossed my mind, ‘What if she came back with a $100.00 money order?’ It came to me so naturally and then I thought nothing else of it. When the teller came back to me with the money order, I felt the urge to check the amount and sure enough, $100.00 was stamped on it. I quickly pointed out the error she made, for which she was thankful that I did, and waited as she brought me the $10.00 money order.

Since then I’ve learned to quickly replace any negative thoughts that came to my mind with positive ones, negating the negative effects and outcome.

Excerpt from Creating Unconditional Miracles - new ebook coming soon - watch for it.

Our thoughts create our life and when left unchecked create the life we don't want. Wondering why life is not working for you? Check your dominant thoughts and begin to change those negative thoughts to positive and change your life around.


  1. God tells us to capture our thoughts for a reason. I heard a testimony of a man who was able to see in the spirit realm. Demons were drawn to negative, bitter, angry thoughts like a shark to blood. Sweet thoughts, holy thoughts drew angelic activity. It definitely makes you think. (Pardon the pun.)

  2. You're absolutely right about rejecting negative thoughts. I commend you for having the discipline to return the check, not everyone can pull that one off - free money is just too tempting.

    Ever since I've been reading Joyce Meyer's Battlefield of the Mind, I've been trying to be more diligent with regulating my mind. It's not always easy, but it's a must. Thanks for sharing this honest and genuine post.

  3. You're welcome Keisha and thanks. I don't think my conscience would have allowed me to leave with the money order. It wasn't really worth the guilt. lol.

    Change is not always easy but is always necessary if we are to live a fulfilled life.


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