We have been writing about being in the heart, love and gratitude, and it came to me today to re-read quotes I have compiled from a favorite book titled, Electrons: The Building Blocks of the Universe by the Ascended Masters.

The passages that “attract me” are about how our thoughts influences the number of electrons that are attracted to be in an atom, and how our feelings influence the speed of the movement of the electrons, how LOVE is the cohesive force that brings the electrons together  (all of this has implications for how we manifest in our lives).

I am providing some quotes below, and I’d love to hear about how you respond to them, how you see the relationships between the passages and love and gratitude, how this impacts your view on your own energy, vibration, thoughts and feelings, daily spiritual practice (sadhana).

Here are three quotes:

“Thought is the ideation – it is the form – the outline and the cup. Feeling is the initial vibration that passes through that thoughtform and sets up the rhythm of the electrons within that thoughtform, which they follow obediently, until manifestation occurs.”

“The purpose of drawing the light consciously into one’s body is to increase the vibratory action of the electrons by an added charge of power.  As each electron spins around the central core of the atom to which it belongs, its increased vibratory action charges the contours of the body and the processes of your thinking and feeling.  When this acceleration has taken place to a certain intensity, the slower vibrations of discord, disease and disintegration can no more attach themselves to the set of vehicles attaining this state of acceleration …”

“Now, in order to quicken the vibratory action of your inner bodies, you must use that Immortal Threefold Flame within your heart and you must make conscious effort to accelerate the rate of the electrons as they move around the center of the atom.  This is done through your decree work, through your songs, visualizations and applications, individually or in groups.  It is done, also, by a constant vigilance over the type of feelings you allow to rest in your emotional world and the type of thoughts you dwell upon.  This vigilance is necessary ALL THROUGH THE DAY …”