What does it mean when saying seeds for production?
To me it is our garden-mind.
If I imagine a clean newly put garden with only grass, or even only dirt, I know and you know we can put anything in that ground and the chosen seeds will grow, once put into the dirt.
When we take the opposite and put in nothing, then the moist of the dirt will produce weeds, and will in time have to put down and that actually takes more effort than planting seeds.
Nurturing is crucial and essential to our so-called garden, so if we do not nurture our garden, we will get weeds. Nurturing is like working hard to please the area we desire to see growing.
To me it is an art, though in real it is about knowing the game of nature.
So when planting and before that it is a clever thing to actually plan what the desired outcome will be.
Nutrition for the garden has to be the positive and to be worked diligently on, because if it happens that we lack the nourishment that way, the weeds will come.
The statement I came up with when thinking of this was; in blooming the habit of production.
It means when we have sown the seed and covered with dirt we get the chance to witness the process that follows either flower, bushes, vegetables and possible fruit.
I would say the fruit of the work put in.
The mentality is described also this way by many people, I can mention few as Marianne Williamson, Bob Proctor, Earl Nightingale, Carl Benz, though I always welcome people to make their own research so to later use, add more knowledge.
Mentality is the important part because everything that is outside of us, is created from within, that I know from longterm study.