Thought Forms (6)

The difference between the effect of a thought-wave and that of a thought-form is that the thought-wave, does not produce a definite complete idea, but tends to produce a thought as the same character as itself; a thought-wave is thus much less definite in its action, but reaches a far wider circle. A thought-form on … Continue reading Thought Forms (6)

Thought Waves (3)

A thought-wave or vibration thus conveys the character of the thought, but not its subject. If a Hindu sits wrapped in devotion to Krishna, the thought-waves which pour forth from him stimulate devotion in all those who come under their influence, though in the case of a Muslim, that devotion to Allah, while for the … Continue reading Thought Waves (3)

Thought Waves (2)

It is not too much to say that one who harbours impure or evil thoughts thereby spreads moral contagion among his fellow men. Bearing in mind that large numbers of people have within them latent germs of evil, germs which may never bear fruit unless some force from without plays upon them and stirs them … Continue reading Thought Waves (2)