Back to Basics: Vedic Thinking

Put your beliefs to the test is easier said than done…
Do we really recognize our beliefs? Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find is a truth of existence, yet the complications of mind cloud the reality of the omnipresent power that surrounds us. Few people break free of their psychological ties that bind them to a belief system that continues to replicate their life style and material existence patterns. Maybe the words “false ideas” and “Bad habits” are easier to explain. Thinking of “LACK” of anything creates more lack. If this is true, how then can one break out of these cycles of poverty and/or sickness thinking?
I believe that simply by recognizing what one is thinking, taking note of the negative thoughts and replacing them with positive thoughts will make a dramatic change in ones life. Again easier said than done.
Our preconceived notions of who we are always gets in the way of making positive change.
If you want to change or improve anything in your life or in the world, change your thinking about the issue, reformat your view to a positive statement as how it should be.
The simplest example I can think of is: If you are against war, your thinking brings you to the energy vibrations of war. However, a person who is pro-peace, their thoughts bring their energy vibrations to the level of peace….
Apply this example to every problem you face and you will be amazed at the progress that is possible with proper thinking.

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About Rudolph V Kolar

Consciousness Researcher, Instructor stress management, English, and Yoga.
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