Sydney Banks brought something of that order to medicine, to psychology, to psychiatry, to theology, to these schools, these great institutions of thought that were so radically simple that it really upset the apple cart and we have a great deal to profit from that discovery for the ages to come.
It does not appear that understanding this basic, simple fact about the inseparable nature of thought and feeling could really matter, or make a difference. But in fact, it is life changing.
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“You see, mind, consciousness, and thought, they are the three basic principles that take our five senses and put life into them because without those three basic principles, there’d be no realisation of life itself. You’d have no feelings, no experience. You’d be void of consciousness and void of the power of thought. It’s what we could call logical cause and effect. It’s really very simple.”
Sydney Banks forced us to take a fresh look at something we had lived with all our lives, our thinking. He showed us the value of understanding thought at a more basic and fundamental level. We began to discover the power and wisdom in realizing the fact that we think.
When you start to see the power of thought and its relationship to your way of observing life, you will better understand yourself and the world in which you live.