Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Do Your Thoughts Become Things?

Your thoughts become things. Don't fight it. Don't think there's anything else. Don't entertain the false premises of fate, luck, or a God who judges, withholds, or decides. You decide. You manifest. You rule. This is why you are here. This is what you came to discover. You were born to experience your absolute dominion over every flimsy, malleable illusion of time and space; to have, do, and be anything.

Truthfully, it couldn't be any easier. All you have to do is think of what you want and refuse to deviate from that thought. This will, invariably, set you into motion, stir up the magic, and unleash the full force, power, and majesty of a Universe conspiring on your behalf.
It's worth everything you've got, brandon. Be strong, be vigilant, take action, and the Kingdom of Heaven shall appear at your very feet.

I've got your back,
The Universe

from Totally Unique Thoughts Daily Messages


Jan said...

"...the majesty of the universe conspiring on your behalf.." Powerful and empowering message. Insightful thoughts, Brandon. Thanks.

Father Amadeus said...

Nice post & I'm in 100% agreement. I've been in a study of Gnosticism, particularly 1st & 2nd Century Christian Gnostics, which suggests a similar notion to what you are suggesting -- that we are the Divine Creators of our own life and as such, we can embrace our Divinity and "become God".

Of course, literalists freak out at this notion because they can't get beyond what they see as a human being claiming "to be God" or THE GOD, which isn't the case at all, of course.

The Yeshua (Jesus) of the Gnostic Gospels, which were re-discovered in 1945 and published years later for the public, presents a Yeshua very different than the Jesus of the Canonical Gospels. The Gnostic Yeshua seems to be saying more or less exactly what you are saying -- that WE CREATE OUR OWN KINGDOM OF GOD and that this has always been the case from the beginning of time and will be so until the end of time.

I've a little blog that I've started as a "Neo-Gnostic" exercise that you might enjoy at http://gneognostic.blogspot.com.

Thanks for friending me on Facebook (Kurt Maddox) and for following me on Twitter (kurtmaddox), I'm enjoying the connection :-)

Brandon Gilbert said...


Youre welcome and thank you for reading!


First of all, great name!

Secondly, im right there with you on the gnosticism. I think Jesus was a seer much like Buddha, Lao Tzu, and many of the great yogis of India.

It seems like the the only truth is the truth.. Does that make sense?

Meaning that if one person discoveres the truth, if it is really the truth, then it should be quite similar to what another has discovered.

Hence the similarities in so many of the spiritual traditions.

It seems like it all generally comes down the the point that you brought up, that we create our own kingdom.

It seems like that is foundational and really the only thing you need to GET.