Water has inherent electricity, power inside it. Similarly man’s thoughts also have energy embedded in it depending on the will power, type of actions done and the nature of the person.
A thought is born in the mind. When it is born, it is like a small bubble about to burst. If one does not pursue or carry forward that positive thought for it to manifest, then it dies out.
If the thought-bubble is applied with the will of the mind of the doer, it starts to enlarge gradually and becomes large enough with the power of the will and the power inherent in the thought itself in the first place. Sankalpa Shakti, Thought Power is a power given to man by God for good intents and reasons.
We must observe our thoughts in order to make ourselves in charge of their strength. And also to keep in check the tremendous force that they can give us especially the negative, weak and damaging thoughts. Negative force arising out of the negative and weak thoughts should be negated completely.
The mind has the power of God but we believe that it is I who is the doer. This type of situation and act is delusion and must be avoided strongly since we are liable to entangle ourselves in the stream of energy in the mind inconclusively. Beware of this ego and deception.