A thought is conscious. It has the ability to impact your body, emotions and mental processes.
What you think, holds true for you. Accordingly, you are impacted. For example, if you think ‘I can’t do it’, then it is true for you; you can’t. If you think: ‘I can do it’, then it is true for you; you can.
Thoughts respond to your intention. Thoughts are mutable and the moment you change your intention, thoughts will change too; the mind and body will comply accordingly. If you think complaining will help you, then it will, and you will have to complain each time you seek help as without invoking the energy of complain, help will not come (just as without invoking positive energy, positive will not come).
Whatever energy you invoke, it will respond to your invocation and will attend to your call. Whatever thoughts you want to revoke, meaning, you choose to let go, they will go (non-dominant thoughts go, don’t they?) (Read: Taking Change with Ease; May 1, 2021).
Holding a helpful thought to emerge of an unhelpful or a miserable situation has its implications: It will keep the head clear, body lighter; there’s a…