In The 11 Forgotten Laws program, the first law presented is The Law of Thinking.
And for good reason!
In this Law, Bob Proctor and Mary Morrissey, creators and presenters of The 11 Forgotten Laws, teach us the importance of and how to get organized and disciplined with our thoughts.
Why is this important?
Let's start with a quote from the Proverbs: "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he"
Well, if your thinking is chaotic and unfocused, what results can you expect to see in your life?
The Law of Thinking reveals that what we consider "thinking" is not thinking at all!
"What?" I can hear you say.
"I think all time! I think about my partner, my job, the traffic, I think about money, the economy. I think about my kids, I think about my health, I think about what to have for dinner, I think about my team winning, I practically think all day and sometimes all night, and then I think about my lack of sleep and how tired I am! And then I think about…." On and on!
"So how is that Not Thinking?!!"
Well, this activity that is usually going on in our heads is mostly just undisciplined and unfocused habitual mind chatter.
Most of it not productive at all.
How about really examining your thoughts a few times a day?
What, exactly, are you thinking about your health, (or lack of) your wealth (or lack of,) your kids, your job, your relationships, your boss, your politicians?
Are they loving, positive and constructive thoughts or ones based on lack, fear and doubt?
According to the Law of Thinking, and emphasized throughout the whole The 11 Forgotten Laws course, our inner thoughts are what we believe at the subconscious level of our being. This is what is really meant by "as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he."
These are the thoughts that cause the effects in our lives.
Not sure about this? Just look at the results you are producing in your life!
If you want different results, then you need to change your thinking.
Now hear this: These thoughts (subconscious) can be changed!
There are no magic wands and it does require effort on your part.
It requires the knowledge, and more importantly the application of that knowledge.
Still not sure about how important thinking is to your wellbeing? Then view the following video, in which Bob Proctor, the creator of The 11 Forgotten Laws course talks about The Law of Thinking:
So, what do you choose?
Would you like to harness the most powerful ability you have available to you and use it constructively or do you want to stay where you are?
To discover more about The Law of Thinking, then I highly recommend The 11 Forgotten Laws program.