If You Sow Thorns, Will You Gather Grapes?

You have only one mind, but that mind has two very distinct parts; the conscious and the subconscious mind. You may have heard quotes like “thoughts become things” and “what we think about we bring about” Is this just a heap of fluffy stuff or this what really happens?

Scientific evidence shows that the subconscious mind will concieve and believe any and all information the conscious mind delivers to it.

Think of your mind as the garden and you as the gardner. You plant seeds of thought in your subonscious mind all day. Most of the time you are probably not even aware of what you are doing as the majority of our thoughts are habitual thinking.  What you sow in your subconscious mind is what you will reap in your body and environment.

Start today by creating an awareness of your conscious thoughts.

If you sow thorns, will you gather grapes?

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6 Responses to If You Sow Thorns, Will You Gather Grapes?

  1. Kama says:

    I always love the analogy of your mind as a garden. We often believe it is ok to think something as long as we dont say it or act on it. So not true, thoughts reap a harvest just as quickly, if not sometimes quicker than actions. Great reminder.

    • tracey says:

      Hi Karma, great point, particularly if it is a negative emotion. When we keep thoughts to ourselves we often attach more powerful emotions to them and it is the “feelings” that are attached to these throughts that gives them more power. It is best to flip them and give the power to the positive thoughts.

      regards Tracey

  2. Arianna says:

    I love that analogy. Great post. Thoughts do become things. Mental training is so important. I found I have to work on this while I row, as you have to train your body but also your mind that you are going to win and do well. Your mind has so much to do with your performance. Thanks for the showing its importance!

    • tracey says:

      Hi Arianna, absolutely!!! Seeing and feeling yourself as already achieving your goals and dreams is so important to the end result in all areas of life.

      regards Tracey

  3. I love the garden analogy too. I am trying to sow at least an hour’s worth of “good” seeds each day. Reading books, listening to webinars and going to my coaching group.

    • tracey says:

      Hi Charlie, I have read personal development for at least 30 minutes each day for 20 years and it really does make a huge difference to my mind set and self esteem. Reading fiction makes you wish your life was different. Reading personal development material empowers you to create a different life. Keep up the good work.

      regards Tracey

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