Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Beverly Johnson Whiting, NJ, USA

Posted: 2018-09-24

Chapter 13 The Brain

THE BRAIN: A BROADCASTING AND RECEIVING STATION FOR THOUGHT

The Twelfth Step toward Riches

 

Our brain is a powerful electronic switching station. It is a broadcasting and receiving station for the vibration of our thoughts. The thoughts we think, physically rewire our brain and bring

changes in our feelings. Feelings cause action; action cause reaction and produce results.  It is an object; cannot actually think but we think with our brain.

 

We are an electromagnetic being emitting / broadcasting frequency.  Those things are on the same frequency as the one you are broadcasting and can attract towards you. As you

think about a thought at your conscious level for certain periods of time and as you get emotionally involved with it. You increase the amplitude of vibration of that thought and you attract

the similar frequencies.  

 

Every single situation in your life telling you about what frequencies you are.  Vibration at our conscious level is called feelings.  Feelings tell us everything.  

Change your feelings; change your results. Create an awareness. 

 

In my research this week, I read the brain is also called The Mental Broadcasting Machinery.  Scientist are studying the brain
because they know our brain can help us create much more in life than we are able to do at this time.  I remember hearing many years ago we only use approximately 10 percent of our brain.  

We have yet to master, all that the brain is capable of.  I believe in future lives, things will be very different because we will eventually figure it out.  

 

Three years ago I read a book that had twelve hundred pages.  Although I have always loved to read, I would never have taken on such a tremendous challenge because I realized it would

take quite a bit of my time.  But I found myself each evening eager to get back to that book.  The story was about, what if our lives were like this, which they described vividly in the book.  I often

think back to the many chapters that stuck with me.  I do image things will certainly be much more advanced than what we see now, due to the continued study of the BRAIN.  

 

 

Beverly Johnson

Whiting, NJ