Strength in Thoughts

Believing that your thoughts have strength is a powerful step in understanding Unconditional Responsibility. You are responsible for everything you have in your life. Being your own architect of that life means you need to have a tool to construct your life. You have that tool already: your thoughts. The same creative power as the one who created us.

This power has been demonstrated constantly throughout the millennia: Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal, one of the most exquisite buildings in the world, with the belief in his thoughts as a tribute to his wife, Arjumand Banu. It took twenty-two years to complete, one thousand elephants to transport materials, twenty-eight types of precious and semi-precious stones inlaid into white marble, twenty-thousand workers, and a team of architects. It is now listed as one of the wonders of the known world. Belief in thoughts built the Great Wall of China and allowed two bicycle makers to develop the first airplane.

Belief in the power of thoughts helped save my son-in-law, Chuck, as he underwent a second heart transplant and a kidney transplant.
Belief in your thoughts is more powerful than any medicine. You can heal yourself. With the power of thoughts you can do anything.

Yes, it will take time, but you will win. The spirit within us drives us forward and allows us to achieve nirvana. The belief in power of thought and the discipline of directing those thoughts will make you powerful and will make your life abundant. With this mindset it’s a done deal. You will become unstoppable with a complete belief in the philosophy of Unconditional Responsibility.