Thoughts that spoil the magic

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Followed thoughts that spoil the magic

Followed thoughts that chase out the dizziness of love

Followed thoughts and the followed said:

What should we do today

because of yesterday

and for the day that follows?

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Psychological analysis

In psychological analysis sessions you usually check if the individual has existential worries which sometimes have the effect of him consequently tagging love as a disturbance and therefore suppressing it.

Existential worries are those relating to past and future. Dizziness of love is a product of being in the now.

happy together | Mon, 07/01/2013 - 08:23
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Thanks happy, that's exactly

Thanks happy, that's exactly the point. The magic is in the now, not the now perceived and preached by spiritual teachers which is just a counterpart of "tomorrow" and "yesterday", but that which is beyond the concept of "now", that which is beyond the time axis, that which is devoid of any thought processed, that which is presence, for the rare ones who truly enter that realm, in the rare occasions when these rare ones enter that realm, magic happens.

Luz76 | Tue, 07/02/2013 - 09:26
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Beautiful, thank you.

By the way, your post emphasizes a crucial point in the technique of observing thoughts, a point pretaining to a pitfall that many of us fall into: when observing thoughts, one has to watch the stream of thoughts but not the content of thoughts. Once you inspect the content of the thoughts in the stream, very soon you find yourself carried out by the thoughts, losing presence. This is the mighty power of thoughts.

Jasmin | Sun, 07/07/2013 - 06:33