It’s a scientifically proven fact that mankind uses only about 6% of our brains. Albert Einstein supposedly used 10% of his. That leaves an awful lot of untapped brain power.

 Consider what we’ve accomplished with the little bit of brain power we’ve been using since the dawn of man. Is it so hard then to consider the possibilities of what we could achieve?

 The Law of Attraction, positive thinking or whatever you want to call it, works on the premise that we’re capable of determining what we have and how we live with the power of our psychic energy.

 The idea is that we’re able to direct our mental abilities, our thoughts toward our goals and desires and obtain them.

 Granted this ability isn’t something that’s easily obtained. Most people have spent their lives under the impression that the world affects them. Not the other way around.

 It’s a generally held belief that if fate is determined by us, it’s through our actions and not our thoughts. But aren’t our thoughts the basis of our actions?

 If our thoughts cause us to act, and that action results in obtaining our goal, can we not say our thoughts were responsible for the results? The results of our actions are determined by our thoughts. Whether they’re conscious or not, our thoughts do determine what and who we are.