Thought attracts what it is directed to
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Thought attracts what it is directed to

The reality is one. With that, I begin this message. If reality were not one, then there would be no thought that could affect reality. No action would unify things either, no matter how neatly or genuinely it works. Thus, I say with all affected sincerity, thought attracts that to which it is directed, especially when concentrated and combined with powerful actions.

I remember reading GWF Hegel’s philosophy and getting this idea in its purest form, although for some people that’s deep reading that’s a little too deep. His philosophy boils down to these three principles: Reality is one. Reality is unified through our vibrations. Reality operates under a unified law in the guise of many laws. Some may argue this with me, but ultimately this is accurate. Existence operates on principles that vibrate in certain ways that logically unify under a single way or as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Baruch Spinoza once said: Everything begins with a thought and ends with action based on that thought, it cannot be otherwise. . Thought and action are the great unifiers, inaction and not thinking are the great dividers. Existence is a preponderance of action and thought, not inaction and non-thought. The great and conscious “I am” is the power behind the throne of life, it may seem like the least orderly force there is, but it is actually the most orderly principle and force there is. Symmetry and order don’t always look like symmetry and order; on the other hand, genuine disruption and disorder can seem orderly. Although nothing is as it seems, reality is one and unified. Think deeply about these statements, this article is not just for one read and then “the end”. This article is made for the genuine contemplation of the nature of logic and reality.

So, again, the reality is one. If it were not one, then reality would not be comprehensible even at the most superficial levels, much less at the deep levels.

So, I’ll end on a personal note: My dad Joseph Clayton, Jr. once pointed out to me that reality is a kind of stasis of energy and consciousness that becomes unified through thought and action. Sure, he showed me a strange “proof” through baseball player Mickey Mantle, telling me all the baseball statistics and personal details of Mickey Mantle’s life in 1983, years before his first biography “The Mick” in 1986. Then, in October 1990, he told me about the summer of 1956, about a year before his second biography, “My Favorite Summer of 1956,” came out. She told me all this in detail, I won’t go into too much detail, except that this is the proof I needed to know for myself that reality is a unified consciousness.

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