Think Well

The thoughts and the words we have repeatedly used have created our life and experiences up to this point. What we are choosing to think and say today, this moment, will create the tomorrow. The point of power is always the present moment. We can let the past go and create a great future .

When you were a kid, you were pure joy and love. You were perfect and a true human being. And then we started learning and accumulating sense/nonsense. It is our belief system that influences are actions. And most of our beliefs are borrowed from others. All the donts and scares have created a wall of limitations inside us. The fear of darkness, distrust in human beings, our capabilities are other’s opinions from our childhood, that got embedded into our belief system. Instead of that if it was taught that the world is a lovely place, love is every where and people are friendly, the beliefs would have been positive.

Here is an interesting exchange between a man and his grandson.

A man told his son about a battle that goes on inside people. He said ,”My son, the battle is between two wolves inside all of us us.

“One is Evil- It is anger , envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies false pride, superiority and ego.”

“The other is Good – It is joy , peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather : Which wolf wins.

The man replied  “The one you feed.”


Right now, pause and look at your thought. What is it ? You know it will shape your life, do you want this thought ? A happy thought or anger or revenge or hurt, it will return to us in its form.

All the good and the disease in our lives are the results of our thought patterns which form our experiences.

To quote Louise Hay, “I could not understand why I had repeatedly had problems with a stiff neck. Then I discovered that neck represented being flexible on issues, being willing to seeing different sides of a question. I had been a very inflexible person, often refusing to listen to another side of a question out of fear. But as I became more flexible in thinking and able with a loving understanding , to see another’s view point, my neck ceased to bother me…”

We generally blame the pillow for our stiff neck, next time look where your thinking is stiff and rigid.

Anger, criticism, guilt, resentment are some of the common causes of disease. Too much of criticism, disappointment, failure, shame can lead to arthritis and kidney problem, anger to boil and burn, resentment to tumors, cancer, guilt to pain and so on.

Your snoring can be due to your stubborn refusal to let go of old thinking patterns. Humiliation and “I never get to do what I want” can cause thyroid problems ? And a fear that you are not good enough can result in ulcers.

I have collected a list of cause and effect diseases from various sources that mind can create.

In spite of not having too much going on at once, any mental confusion or disorder, I am suffering from  cold !!!

Remember a good outcome happens with good actions which is preceded with right emotion and thought. Think well.


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5 thoughts on “Think Well”

    1. These are claims made by people who says they have made in depth studies into the subject. I, personally do not have any evidence except that we all experience some physical illness due to mind issues some time or the other. A fear can cause cramps, fever and anger do affect physiologically.

      My idea of this post is a generalisation of thought effect on our body. To be on the safe side , live with positive affirmation.

      Peptic ulcer can also be caused by fear , the belief that I am not good enough or some one who is always anxious to please.

      Thanks for the response

  1. I do not know about the claim to various diseases connected to mind- but I am positive about one fact – I have read in the bhagavat geeta that mind plays a crucial role in shaping our person, our individuality.Hence the more you gain knowledge through good books, acquaintances etc. . you are sure to think, act and always follow the right path. It is said an idle mind is a devil’s workshop. So our mind, our attitude to life really counts. Our minds ,if not good, not positive, not healthy ,not creative, can mar not only one individual, but also those others in contact with us.Personally, I am and always have been influenced and corrected by a good story or deed , even if it is a fairy tale.

  2. Thanks for this piece, u made an adrent fan follower of you henceforth. Its all the thought that matters. Great food for soul. – Sahana

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