Perhaps when you hear the term, Children of Consciousness, you think of yourself and those about you. Rather the Children of Consciousness are your thoughts. You have bore them from the union of your mind and your emotions. The Children of
The Children of your Consciousness are your thoughts.
You have bore them. You have nurtured them for them to survive. So be it a well behaved child or a bad seed, you must take responsibility. And as one might parent a child, one must parent their thoughts by discipline, patience and love. It is easy to love the well behaved child, it is far more difficult to do the same for the undisciplined and unruly child. Yet so often that is that child who needs the attention, who needs the time, who needs the understanding, who needs the forgiveness.
Thoughts are like light. They do not manifest until they come in contact with something in your reality. They are like invisible ghosts that manipulate, move and create circumstances and situations which you must respond to. Just as the sunlight reveals the truths of your environment, your thoughts reveal the truth of your reality.
All children can learn. All children can grow. All children can change. And so can the children of your consciousness. If your reality is an unruly house, you must take responsibility and take charge through discipline, patience, understanding and love. Your world has become chaotic and could be related to a school filled with unruly children born from undisciplined and inattentive parents. Generally speaking, one does not neglect the maintenance of their car, or the care of their pet, why would one neglect the most important aspect of your existence, that has the greatest affect upon your reality—your thoughts?
With great creativity comes great responsibility; with great opportunity comes powerful choices. Where are your children tonight? Where do your thoughts dwell? Who are their friends?
Perhaps you have not thought of your thoughts this way, but be assured that every thought gives birth and the more powerful the emotion, the stronger its manifestation.
It is truth that a vast majority of fleeting thoughts have a minimal impact on your reality. Yet the cumulative effect can be the most devastating if not monitored. Think of it this way—you are in a rowboat and you place a two-ton weight in the middle of your boat, it would surely sink, wouldn’t it? But what would happen if every minute one placed a BB in the boat until it was full, what would be the result? Both acts sink the vessel.
Therefore, be the parent to your thoughts.
Name them so you can identify them and, therefore, call them by name into accounting. As you are aware, how a child is raised greatly affects how they live as adults. Have only children of
As individuals prepare for this holiday season and a time of family gatherings, gather the Children of your