I just ask you to watch your thoughts

shira's picture



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I just ask you to watch your thoughts.
I don't ask you to stop them.
I don't ask you to stop identifying with the thinker.
Just watch your thoughts impartially and the stopping will come by its own, or not, but it doesn't matter.

I just ask you to watch your emotional feelings.
I don't ask you to stop them.
I don't ask you to stop identifying with the feeler.
Just watch your emotional feelings impartially and the stopping will come by its own, or not, but it doesn't matter.

I just ask you to watch your body sensations.
I don't ask you to stop them.
I don't ask you to stop identifying with the body.
Just watch your body sensations impartially and the stopping will come by its own, or not, but it doesn't matter.

Don't try directly to stop identifying with your mind (thinker and feeler) and body.
This is futile as it is conceptual.
Just watch your thoughts, emotional feelings, and body sensations and the stopping will come by its own.
This is the only way, the indirect way, trust me.
Watch the links that sustain the identification: thoughts, feelings, body sensations.



avi's picture

Beautiful, brilliant and

Beautiful, brilliant and feels as sincerely aimed at helping.

I think it tackles one of the main mistakes many do: trying to put the cart before the horses. Trying helplessly to dis=identify with the body & mind while the threads that attach them to the body & mind (thoughts, feelings, body sensations) are still there.

avi | Mon, 12/24/2012 - 05:13