What we think about, how we think about it, and why we think about something, is our most basic power in life called choice and free will. Choice is what we place our attention on and willingly give life to, as well as the situations or relationships that we choose to keep ourselves in. Our will, which we use freely by our own volition, is imagining things to create full realities out of an abstract idea that personalizes it by transforming it into an internal experience. The “will” (our ability to create) is the faculty of the mind that we call the imagination. It spans all three levels of the mind by communicating in the universal language as an interpretive ability that brings an idea into conceptual form as a reality. It allows an idea as a feeling that is introduced and planted in fertile ground of the imagination to grow by prompting a dynamic unfolding of corresponding thoughts that are inherent within the idea itself that serve to invoke an emotional response based on our relationship to the nature of the idea that gives the thoughts direction as movement that modifies it accordingly.
Emotion animates and fashions an idea to produce meaning as an expression. The meaning becomes the organizing factor. It’s what composes the thoughts by placing emphasis on certain aspects that not only shape the nature of the story itself, but also determines how it is told through what’s emphasized and how it’s emphasized. The feeling emotion of the idea becomes the nature of the experience it creates as a natural correspondence. The idea which originates as a universal theme in objective form spawns a series of thoughts of the same nature that still maintain the same neutral ground, but as the thoughts begin unfolding, we have an emotional reaction to them, and we produce emotions in response to them, which begins personalizing the idea. The emotion, born out of our values, morals and ethics gives us an initial experience of the idea. The experience we create internally is the idea fusing itself with us. We integrate the idea through a chemical reaction that transforms it into a somewhat new and varied idea of the same nature.
Emotions as hormones saturate the whole system creating our state-of-mind, our mood. When an idea forms a thought-process that becomes an inner experience in our imagination, it completely alters our body chemistry with a form of virtual memory that alters the chemical composition of our body at the molecular, cellular level. Because cells operate via memory just as the subconscious mind does, and chemistry being the language of the body, modifies the inner state of the cell by introducing a chemical (emotion) into it causing a chemical reaction that transform the inner state of the cell to be of the same nature, creating an emotional state as our mood. If the experience is repeated consistently, it reprograms the cellular memory as a direct correspondence to the mood, and the physical body which is in a constant state of regeneration through cellular memory as chemical composition, begins forming a new expression. Vibration structures matter through patterning as qualities. Emotions are qualities as the experience of vibratory frequencies. Emotions which are the language of the subconscious as the body, is how we experience and simultaneously tune ourselves to vibratory frequencies, all at the instinctual level.
Our subconscious, instinctual mind exists in a unified state with nature, which is the instinctual field that connects all of life at the fundamental level. At the level of the subconscious we attract, interact and repel based not on our “talk” as an imaginary presentation of an illusionary reality that we create because we fail to recognize how to operate our whole system, but as our inner state of the subconscious which is emotional and compulsive in nature. Whatever emotions you engage in and experience most often determine the nature of your general experiences as a form of theme that you consistently attract and interact with.
We attract to us based on vibration as feeling qualities that produce like emotions that have corresponding experiences as dynamic patterns inherent within them. The common ground being the emotion becomes the interactive component that forms resonance with itself creating chemistry. It provokes a reaction as an emotion that has a certain type of experience inherent within it. It then interacts with that quality by animating it and breathing life into it as a shared illusion. The illusion born out of a state-of-mind forms a unique variation of itself based on the interactive quality of the relationship and how it is synchronized with the conditions and circumstances its taking place in.
When we are able to understand our own mind and learn how to operate it intentionally with a sense of precision, we realize it’s not so much about the ideas themselves that we are exposed to, but rather the emotional experience they create. The emotions inherent in the ideas are the transformative agent. What we willingly give our attention to, allow into our minds and fully imagine as an internal experience is what we tune ourselves to that attracts and forms a spontaneous interaction with that are of the same nature and likeness. Ideas fully expressed give us experiences that produce more of the same feeling and emotion that initiated it. They leave us feeling the same way.
The feeling quality is the expressive agent that prompts the entire process that gives us more of the same feeling. That’s what expression means. It’s self-generating; it self-replicates at the subtle level and forms a correspondence at the gross level. We are only capable of acting out what we can first imagine and then identify with. All behavior is an expression of our identity which is a product of our imagination in relationship with the external world.

Linda Gadbois, DES., CCHt.
Spiritual Scientist, Teacher and Mentor

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Spiritual Sciences
BA Clinical Hypnotherapy
Master Practitioner & Trainer NLP