How events happen in our lives Part 1

Before I started writing this post, I was just wondering how thoughts can change the outcome of every act we are performing. After I started writing, the whole plot became a lot clearer. The story goes like this:

After finishing the MBBS course, qualified as a doctor, the first thing I wanted to do was run Amok! I really enjoyed life for a few months after my House surgeoncy.When I went to Kasargod from my native place(Kottayam) to do rural service, I never had an intention to prepare for PG entrance, my intention was just to complete the rural service and to get the hell out.

Meanwhile all my friends were attending PG coaching classes, I really enjoyed the landscape of the district where I was posted. Four months went by uneventfully, classes had begun, I didn’t even care to join.I was on regular contact with my friends, who were always talking about PG entrance and blah blah. Soon I too was interested, I didn’t know where the interest came from.Maybe I thought about future, but it began influencing me. I joined entrance classes at kottayam all of a sudden.An urge from within asked me to go that way, I obeyed it.

Thoughts influence our life, what we hear, what we see, what we say, everything has something to do with our future.Fortune tellers have a good time, because they follow this rule without knowledge.When a fortune teller predicts your future, what he does is sow some seeds of thought into your mind. The thoughts germinate and grow into big trees and bear fruits. If the seed sown is negative, the fruit will be poisonous, if the seed is a good one, the fruit will be delicious.

Take this another instance. I was planning to return from my workplace which is about 400km from my native place.My brother Justin booked the ticket for me, I got a ticket on the side upper of S4 compartment. Since I am about 6 feet, I knew I couldn’t sleep, with the unavailability of space interfering with positioning of my legs. When I called home, I told mother “Mom I am going to ask the person next to me to trade berths with me”. I forgot this incident but the real surprise came when I boarded the train! When I came in put my luggage on the berth, the lady next to me asked , “can you please take my berth and give y
our berth to me”.I was baffled, I didn’t know how this happened. But now I know how!

Thoughts influence our life a lot, what we think of now materializes tomorrow.Thoughts shape up our world, they bring into our life whatever we want. I may be talking like all those preachers out there, but this fact is true. I have experienced this in my life many times, but didn’t know it was due to my thought on a past date.

Now what I am going to do is shape my future with my thoughts, by nurturing good thoughts, by weeding out negative thoughts.

NB:This post is an old post written by myself, taken from another blog.Please do post your comments

  1. Hi Jobin. I believe I chanced upon your blog for a reason. All the while it was there and i had no idea what great work was going into it. I was always looking around for help. I had no interest in studies and just whiled away my internship. I was only bothered of just finishing it off and getting the damn mbbs over with. Now I regret it because i was not serious like my colleagues, who are all in great posts now. But i had no interest till today. Now i want to learn and while learning i came across your blog, which is a great start for me. I also wanted to join Kottayam but family pressures have stopped me from doing so. I agree, thoughts determine our future. it’s so easy to get negative and when people disturb you with their negativity, you too, start believing it for some reason. It was good to read this post. it has struck a real chord in me, i am also going to try and weed out as much bad thoughts as possible.thanks 🙂
    I am avid reader of your blog, though i am slow with studying, i really enjoy what you write.

    • Hi Praseena

      Thank you very much for your warm compliments.If you join a class, you will get an overall idea on how to approach the exam,what to study etc.If you are not able to attend the class don’t worry, try hard with the material you have.Most important point: Revise what you learned,before the exam.Learn only those topics which you are confident to revise at the end.

      • Thank you very much, Jobin. Your points are so useful for me. It takes so much of my tension away. Thanks for making everything much more clearer. Yes, I will stick to what you have said, revising is key 🙂

  2. Hi this is really true, i have experienced it many times, and shared often on my blog too.

    Happy thoughts. 😛

  3. That is coincidental evidence at best. Maybe you should be more sceptical.
    I can hardly see how your thought could have exerted causal power on a distant person (2nd example), unless you believe in some sort of mysticism instead of the laws of physics. But if you do, then there is no argumentative basis. Ah well, lovely anecdotes anyway.

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