Less than 30 years ago the computer processor was held in a large building, now they can fit in the palm of our hand. It is truly amazing how far technology has come since I was a child. We carry our phones in our pockets, they are no longer attached to wires and hours of music can be stored and carried in our one inch wide ipods. Equally amazing is the spectacle of water, programmed to dance as music is played. The Bellagio Fountains can captivate the attention of hundreds of spectators who stop in front of the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What we think today, can create tomorrow; it always has and it always will. We are amazing creative beings, living in an incredible time of manifesting. New inventions and patents are presented and applied for by the minute; anticipating approval. Someone thought of the idea of cell phones, and then the motion was set to support the creation. Some may remember that the sci-fi Star Trek Enterprise crew carried portable communication devices which appear to looked a lot like our current cell phones.
To make water dance in your life, think, reflect, and then take action toward what you really desire. Do not dwell on negative ideas or wallow in anything you do not wish to create in your life. The power of positive thinking and creating has never been at a peak as now. Each of us may need to practice the art of focusing on what we really want out of life, then applying effort toward the direction of those thoughts, and truly relishing the moments of creative opportunity that we are blessed with. Moses parted the Red Sea, and we are now making water dance. Imagine the possibilities of the future and think positive!
Maria Peth is a writer, teacher, certified Angel Therapist & Life Coach.
About the Author
Maria Gurney Peth is a spiritual teacher, social psychologist, intuition expert, and author, in high demand for her ability to connect with the angelic realm.
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