11-21-2007, 07:38 PM
Our thought mind works, in part, as follows: A thought is composed of low intensity energy. Similar to the way the energy in a lit fuse releases a greater intensity of energy in the form of an exploding firecracker, thoughts cause electrical impulses to be released from your gray matter (keep in mind that all matter is made of energy). These electrical impulses are then distributed to various muscles in our body causing contracting energy to be released from the atoms that make up our muscles (all of our muscles are contracting muscles). Other examples of contracting energy are static electricity and gravity.