When a farmer or gardener plants seeds–sweet corn for example–their crop grows. They expect and get a crop of sweet corn.
It’s simple. Plant seeds for the kind of crop you want to see growing.
To plant one kind of seed and expect another, different, kind of crop to grow is not how Nature works. And it’s an exercise in frustration–self-inflicted, at that.
Evolving understandings in science and religion–from ‘eyeball’ science’ to quantum physics and law of attraction, to soul and spirit energy–that thoughts are seeds, that attention to something influences and changes its outcome, that planting the seeds of what we want to see means planting and cultivating accordingly.
Nature is my teacher–every year, every flower, every field, every crop… Seeds–and our thoughts and attention—naturally contain creating power, by divine design.
What do we–each one of us–want to grow more of? See more of? Experience more of?
Nature, divine design, is a powerful partner…every breath, every thought, every word, every seed…
Blessings, much love, joy, happiness, peace.- Anne
(life notes from a farmer’s daughter…)