Thinking Skills – You Become What You Think About

Originally written in 2012, now updated, in response to continuing interest, and for the many new subscribers.

The Two Worlds

To understand the natural dynamics of human process, space needs to be created for the fact that humans are simultaneous occupants of two complementary worlds: The seen, material and the unseen, energy worlds. As an example, think body and soul; brain and mind; solid foods and impressions.

While we depend on the material worlds for our physical sustenance, our quality of being is determined by the energies and powers that we process, that constitute the building blocks of our personal growth and evolutionary opportunity.

Eat junk food to experience the after-effects physically and mentally. Process junk energies and impressions to experience their deranging impact.

Personal growth requires the presence of a supporting ecology. To swim, one needs a pool, but not just any pool. Imagine swimming in a swamp as against swimming in a pool of healing spring water. To properly develop one must create in and around oneself nourishing atmospheres. And yes, this is a task that requires dedication and know-how.

Cogito Ergo Sum

“I think therefore I am” – the philosophical proposition by René Descartes – sums up thinking’s vital role in human existence. Thinking is a multi-dimensional, perceiving, sensing, feeling, fetching, weaving and blending process: Attraction of energies and powers; connecting to universal frequencies and wavelengths; fetching knowledge from within and without; adding up, assessing, evaluating, summating…

One of the great wonders of the brain is it’s potent radionic capabilities, both as a transmitter and a receiver/attractor of natural resonance. This is one of the reasons why when we are connected to another person or group of people, we can just know how they are, as the brain, together with the mind, is receiving their ‘vibes’. Might this be the quantum mechanics entanglement phenomenon’s expression in human affairs?

A trained person can detect the nature and quality of human thoughts and actions and motivating energies that drive human behaviour – from low to high; from the inhuman to the high and profound.

Whenever we engage in a meaningful process, the incoming and outgoing energies carry a ‘resonance signature’. Consequently, the residues of our thoughts and actions are deposited in energy fields – planetary and universal – that also become our sources of power and ‘patterned intelligence’. Each and their universal ‘savings account’.

Everything returns to the source of its arising. Trash goes to trash; good things compound good things

The Universal Farmer

So, musicians may connect to energy fields – in and outside of themselves – that host the essences of music, which in turn, may cause and inspire them to compose music variations out known and unknown patterns. The same goes for any occupation – from science to art to philosophy to the military to religion… Each with coded energy fields from which they draw and into which they deposit; from the expendable meaningless to the evolutionary meaningful. Beyond individuals there are whole groups, networks, and entire nations that generate signature signals and a great variety of unseen essence formations that progressively become a controlling influence on human thought and behaviour, from low to high; from the coarse and vile, to the fine and refining (not much of this present in the world today).

The New and the Unknown

And then, while a tiny minority, there are those venturing into the real unknown of living. Into the unwritten, the original; the not yet thought, the not yet composed, the not yet considered, the not yet created; the undiscovered… Into the unexplored worlds of ethics, music, science, leadership, religion, art… where no mind has gone before; thereby offering original experiences, expressions, and discoveries, with regenerative impact unto the what next of the human opportunity.

Today is a new day, a new, wide-open window of opportunity to engage in original thinking; to venture into and draw from the real unknown and not yet discovered; rather than engaging in copycatting, expansion and extension processes. Both may be valid, yet quite different in nature of process, context, and reasoning.


In developing our thinking skills, one of the tasks is range expansion: What am I missing out on? What am I unaware of that I need to be aware of? What do I not know that I need to know?

It’s the story of the manager who does not know how to think about people’s feelings and struggles; the genius mathematician who does not know how to think about things that cannot be ‘algorithmed’; the aspiring leader that does not know how to perceive and think about what is happening in the real worlds; the husband and wife that do not know how to think about gender-specific needs; people all over the world not knowing how to think constructively and creatively about their differences…

Thinking is Connecting

Real thinking is a potent ‘live wired’ process that grows direct connections, fetching new insight from the vastness of the human possibility. The higher one’s purpose, the more one’s life becomes a building site of a self-created cathedral of fine quality compounds and enhanced states of being.

Much in Little

The promise of living and the human choice is that in small, one can be anything that one wants to be. It need not be bigger than small because of the potent power concentrates of much in little. We know that, depending on the nature of concentrate, a milligram of a given substance or compound can either kill or enliven.

One only needs a tiny little bit of God in them to become a magnet for greatness

It Happens, Like Magic

Think care, to become it. Think any quality, to become it. The more valid the reason, the more potent the outcome.

You Become What You Think About is a living, immortal truth that is both very real and quite inspiring because it says that as human beings we possess amazing capabilities to develop and evolve, guided by the promise of the gift of choice.

To think it is to create it in oneself in small, yet potent ways. Thus, bit by bit, you become what you think about – for better or for worst

With best wishes,

David Gommé
World Copyright 2023 © David Gommé


One thought on “Thinking Skills – You Become What You Think About

  1. Hi David, wonderfully selected words to form sentences, that embody meaning. Giving reason to do, or to leave behind because the next influx askes for new thinking, new feeling, never thought or experienced before.

    Me, playing music, I face the known always, the comfort of playing what is easy to handle, that which I know I can reproduce. The real unknown is in exploring the what is next, new sensing, new patterns growing, new grounds to walk upon, expanding the territories of that which is already achieved. Is this connecting to a future, that will once be perceived as a now?
    Warm greetings from this settlement, Martein

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