To be the deliberate creator of your own experience, you will be one who has
decided to direct your thoughts, for only when you deliberately choose the direction
of your thoughts can you deliberately affect your own point of attraction.
You cannot continue to discuss, observe, and believe things in the same way
you always have and make changes in your point of attraction, any more
(as we mentioned previously) than you can set your radio dial to 630AM and
receive the broadcast from 101FM. Your vibrational frequencies have to match.
Every emotion that you feel is about your alignment or misalignment
with the Energy of your Source. Your emotions are your indicators of the vibrational
variance between your physical Being and your Inner Being, and when you pay
attention to these emotions and try to focus on good-feeling thoughts, you are then
using your Emotional Guidance System in the way that you intended
when you decided to come into this physical body.
Your Emotional Guidance System is the key to helping you understand
what your vibrational content is and therefore exactly what your current point of attraction is.
Distinguishing between the actual thought of what you want, compared to the thought of its absence,
is sometimes difficult. But distinguishing between your emotional response to your thought
of your desire, and your emotional response to your thought of the absence of your desire,
is a very easy thing to do. Because, then you are fully focused upon your desire
(and your vibrational offering purely reflects that), you feel wonderful.
And when you focus upon the absence of something that you truly want, you feel awful.
Your emotions always let you know what you are doing with your vibration;
your emotions always let you know exactly what your point of attraction is; and so,
by paying attention to your emotions and by deliberately offering thoughts that
affect the way you feel, you can consciously guide yourself into the vibrational frequency
that will allow the fulfillment of any desire you hold.
For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson