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              Your Mind Is a Garden 心如花园

              ◎ Rochman Reese


              Some time ago, Sofan and I were visiting some friends in the country. We were staying a beautiful little guest cabin, surrounded by fruit trees, flowers and even a few goats. Painted above the doorway in brightly colored, flowing letters were the words:
              Your mind is a garden.
              Your thoughts are the seeds.
              You can grow flowers or
              You can grow weeds...
              Little did we know it at the time, but this little poem was to have a profound affect both on our thought patterns as well as our Artworks.
              It started almost as a kind of game. We decided to make a real effort to watch our thoughts and see exactly what it was that we were planting in our own “Mind Gardens”. It was difficult at first, but gradually, we began to pay more and more attention to what thoughts were repeatedly flashing across our minds.
              How disturbing it was to discover that many of these “seeds” were extremely negative thoughts destined to grow patches of thorny thistles and stinging nettles in our daily lives!
              We gradually came to see how so many of the problems and difficulties we were encountering in our lives had their beginnings in the seeds of doubt, fear and anxiety that we were continually planting in our minds.
              It does take effort, but like anything else it gets easier with practice, and the amazing thing is, as we became more and more aware of these negative thoughts we are able to say:
              “No! I will not plant this weed in the garden of my mind.”
              I will consciously choose to plant something better. The results are truly spectacular.
              When you start to consciously cultivate your own mind garden, you will truly be amazed at the changes which begin to happen in your life. Obstacles disappear, barriers fall away, and things that you once thought were either impossible or very far away will suddenly come into view.
              Any garden is an ongoing process. It’s not enough to just plant a single seed of happiness and then forget about it. Your frail little seedling would soon be choked by weeds. It is necessary to continuously pull out and throw away those weeds of fear, doubt and anxiety as soon as they appear.
              Love, happiness and tranquility are all contagious. People who are continuously planting these seeds in their own minds are also planting them in other people’s.
              Remember,
              Your mind is a garden.
              Your thoughts are the seeds.
              You can grow flowers or
              You can grow weeds...
              So ask yourself, what are you going to grow in the glorious garden of your mind? May your life be filled with love, happiness and inspiration?



              前段时间,我?#36864;?#20961;到乡下拜?#38376;?#21451;。我们待在一个环境优美的小客房,周围被果树鲜花环抱,甚至还有几只山羊。门口处用色彩艳丽的油漆涂着几句话:
              你的心灵是一座花园,
              思想是种子,
              你可以种植鲜花,
              ?#37096;?#20197;播种杂草……
              那时我们几乎什么也不懂,但是那首小诗却对我们的思想和作?#20961;?#29983;?#26494;?#36828;的影响。
              一开始我们只是像玩游戏一样,后来才下定决心去留意我们的思想,看看植入我们“精神花园”的到?#36164;?#20160;么。一开始真的很艰难,慢慢地,我们开始越来越重视那些重复?#26009;?#22312;我们脑海中的念头。
              我们发现,思想花园里的种子很多都是消极的,注定要在我们以后的生活中繁茂生长,铺满荆棘,我们很失落。
              我们逐渐看到,生活中很多困难和问题在一开?#32423;?#28304;于怀疑、恐惧和?#35805;玻?#28982;后由这些种子慢慢发芽而成。
              我们确实花了大力气,就像其他事情一样熟能生巧,令人惊奇的是,我们越是意识到思想的消极性,我们越能大胆地说:
              “不行!我决?#35805;?#36825;消极的种子种在?#19994;?#24605;想花园!”
              我下意识地选择一些好的种子播种,结果果然十分壮观。
              当你开始下意识地播种你的思想花园,你会惊奇地发现你的生活发生着神奇的变化。?#20064;?#34987;清除,屏障被移除,那些你意想不到或无法完成的事情,会突然来到?#22235;?#30340;面前,成为现实。
              任何花园都需要不断地被照顾。仅仅播下幸福的种子是?#23545;恫还?#30340;,那脆弱的生命很快会被杂草扼杀。一旦出现恐惧、怀疑和?#35805;?#30340;杂草,要立即清除,这是很必要的。
              爱,幸福和安逸是会传染的。这些思想可以从一个人的心灵移植到另一个人的心灵中。
              记住,
              你的思想是一座花园,
              思想是种子,
              你可以种植鲜花,
              ?#37096;?#20197;播种杂草……
              所以扪心自问,在你出色的思想花园中,你到底想播种什么?你的?#26494;?#20250;充满爱、幸福和灵?#26032;穡?br>



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