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Thought Structuring - Thinking your way to Success

Updated on July 15, 2016
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Thought Structuring- Using Thoughts to Succeed

By Tony DeLorger © 2010

The Premise- Thoughts are made of energy and have form. The clearer the form the quicker it will have an effect on the physical world.

So, having determined a direction in life, how do we assist our cause with our thoughts? Our actions and our thoughts determine outcomes and our circumstance at any given time; that is a fact. What we want needs to be clearly defined in our mind and we must learn to think without the clutter and inconsistency of day to day thinking.

One valuable practice is affirmation. Affirming what you want clearly and succinctly, over and over again will give strength to the thought and help to guide that wish to physical manifestation. The only trap can be that if you are not truly meaning the words when you repeat them, just reading what you’ve written down or perhaps varying them or not being focussed, the essence and power is lost and the thought is cancelled out. In the same way if you worry about the wish not having come to fruition, you are cancelling out the positive with a negative. It’s simple but tricky to master. It’s all about balance.

The best way to structure a thought is to refine your thinking. Learn to calm your thoughts and free yourself from the day to day stress and pace of living. This is no mean feat, I admit.

Meditation is a wonderful process of calming the mind. It is in this environment that we may best utilise our thoughts to create the world we want. So if you have never experienced meditation, it’s a good time to start.

Daily, and at any given time that fits in with your daily routine, sit quietly, close your eyes and relax. The exercise is simply to clear your mind and just be. When a thought enters, do not push it away, simply refocus on the calm, centre yourself and try to maintain it. Sometimes focussing on a small imaginary dot in front of you can make it easier.

After some practice, say twenty minutes a day, you will soon learn to calm down quickly and be able to focus your thoughts more clearly.

After a week or so of daily meditation, try your first thought structure. First choose something simple, not winning $20 million in the lottery, but something more practical. I remember years ago a student thought structured a white feather and when she opened her eyes from the meditation, one drifted through the window and landed in front of her on the floor. She was, as you would expect, ecstatic. You’ll be amazed at how this works and what magically appears.

Not everything works out when you begin; the process is simple but the art takes a great deal of practice. Another student thought structured a new fridge. The next morning she woke up and someone had dumped a fridge on their front curb. Close, but not quite there.

This whole experience is a bit of an adventure and the honing of the skill can be a lot of fun. The amazing thing is that this works. I’m not asking you to believe in some crazy existential concept, this is something that you can prove for yourself.

This is how.

In a calm state of meditation, as succinctly as you can, imagine what you want: smell it, taste it, see yourself with it in your life and then let it go and clear your mind. It’s as simple as that. The clearer the thought, the quicker it will manifest and the more precise the manifestation. And remember, don’t give it another thought or you will degrade the ‘Thought Form’ and hinder the process. Also, what you’ve visualised can come to you in many different ways, in varying degrees of success. So keep your eyes peeled and be open to anything.

Don’t be surprised if your first tries create less than accurate results. This process is simple but it can take time to become proficient at it, and there are some other factors. You might ask, ‘if twelve people each proficient at ‘Thought Structuring’ stood in a room and asked for contradictory results, who would win?’

As ‘Thought Forms’ drift around the ether seeking their targets, they encounter other forms. The clarity and strength of those forms can have an effect, either hindering or aiding your form, depending upon the intention and subject. Like a huge jig-saw-puzzle thoughts must find their place and create balance. Sometimes your thought forms will be lost to that end. But I can assure you that the more pure, singularly defined and strongest form will find its target and manifest on the physical level.

Your next question will be- ‘If this can be done with a bit of practice, wouldn’t it be easy to win the lottery?’

If you could imagine the mass of thought forms surrounding a major lottery, then you will see that the intricacy of guiding your thought to manifest as winner is a lot more difficult that structuring up a feather. So do yourself a favour and start small so that you can see the results and then learn to produce better thought forms.

The ultimate goal here is not to win the lottery, but to attune yourself to life and be able to gather what you need to be happy and successful. You intuition will guide you on your journey and the calmer and more focussed you are, the easier the process will be, until it becomes a part of your every day thinking.

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      Kevin Languedoc 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Great stuff!

    • Tony DeLorger profile imageAUTHOR

      Tony DeLorger 

      7 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Thanks for reading klanguedoc. I learned this technique over twenty years ago and I don't consciously use it daily. But being aware of it, you assimilate its truth and life is a constant testament to it. It's simply how the world of thought works.

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      Kevin Languedoc 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Great hub. I have practiced a similar technique when I was younger. It worked. Interestingly I stopped using the technique. I don't know why. I will try your technique.

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