Critical thought is destructive thought as anyone can easily see if evaluated for but a moment. It would be wise not to be critical of anyone, even of yourself as many of us do. As a Chef it took me a long time to learn how to tell someone they are doing something wrong without being critical. And even longer how to not be critical of myself. The key to lasting health and abundance is the elimination of thoughts of fear, worry, care, anxiety, jealously, hatred, and every other destructive thought, which tends to tear down and destroy the nerves and glands which control the excretion and elimination of poisonous and waste matter. It is widely becoming excepted that the illnesses of the world have less to do with what we intake physically and almost, if not, completely what we intake mentally. For those who care to read:
"If the state of our health is not all that could be desired, let us examine our method of thinking; let us remember that every thought produces an impression on the mind; every impression is a seed which will sink into the subconscious and form a tendency; the tendency will be to attract other similar thoughts and before we know it we shall have a crop which must be harvested.
If these thoughts contain disease germs, the harvest will be sickness, decay, weakness, and failure. The question is: What are we thinking, what are we creating, what is the harvest to be?" -My friend Charles
I welcome those who would like to try ... Sit completely still (which in itself may take practice) in complete silence and put your thinking to the test one night before bed. Silence is key. Relaxing still as well. And think simply that tomorrow is going to be perfect. Not only is it going to be perfect, but you are going to know it is going to be perfect. Picture yourself not worrying and everything that needs to go right, going right. Focus on just the smallest thing being as perfect as it can be just to try it out. Post your results if you like.
Thanks to anyone who reads this and more so to anyone who tries this simple yet complex (at first) mental exercise.