I recently watched the classic movie Camelot on TV. I recommend everyone watch this beautiful story. It is full of meaning, love, and adventure. One scene in particular stood out to me. When King Arthur went in to the woods to confide with his childhood mentor Merlin, for advice. King Arthur, was in a situation to prepare for a great battle against his friend Sir Lancelot. It was a battle he didn’t want to fight. Merlin, advised him to think. To think and reflect back in time, and the answer will reveal itself. He also advised him to take a day off of thinking and just love. Merlin said, that is why, God created seven days in the week. To take one day off of thinking, and just love. Love everything, and everyone. Good advice. Sometimes we need to rest our minds from the strain of thinking, and just love. Love is the answer. In today’s world where there are many battles going on and so much violence, we need to take a day off, and love. Let us all open our hearts and love each other, ourselves, the earth, and everything in our world. Love truly will heal all!
Are you faced with a big challenge? Do you have a problem that you need answers to? Sustained thinking, will provide the answers. Thinking is the hardest work you will ever do. It is much more difficult than heavy labor. Sustained thinking is the key to unlock the answers inside your mind. You must focus on different possible solutions rather that focus on the problem or challenge. Continue to search for the answers by keeping your thoughts steadily focused on how you would desire the out come to be. Sustained thinking might strain your brain, however with practice you will gain clarity and insight as to how any problem is resolved. The answers are within you. Any problem has a solution. It must, this is the law of polarity. Most people dwell on the problem and will continue to have problems. Through sustained thinking on a solution, you will eventually discover all sorts of ways to over come any difficulties. So challenge yourself, put on your thinking cap and allow your marvelous mind to search for answers. You never know when that light bulb moment will come to declare, Eureka!