You Are Not Your Thoughts

An article written by Lee Sonogan

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To realize that you are not your thoughts is when you begin to awaken spiritually. – Eckhart Tolle

There are fundamental differences in thoughts, thinking and everything in the extreme between. In developing ever-lasting peace you need to realize the mind is more complex than the brain. The conjunctions between their connections which generate unnecessary confusion and stressful exhaustion. Then interpreting an inner dialogue narrating on the earlier ensued memories or events.

Focusing on singular concepts is just not enough in all case. Within the comparisons and contrasts, what we do without inner monologues decides who we are. Expressing from the inside and delivering it back in the output. Merely one-dimensional ideas lead to planning and research into something rational or ethical.

You are not your thoughts; you are the observer of your thoughts. ― Amit Ray, Mindfulness Living in the Moment – Living in the Breath

Morally speaking, normal is someone not caught up in the patterns linked in ego. Internal unconscious patterns are potential solutions that you need to find. Otherwise, you’re caught up outside the reality of a three-dimensional external world. Reality needs a commitment of some ego to gain insight into anything important.

With the brain dominating on certain behaviours, effects can create more problems than it solves. Overcoming adversity is liberating enough to feel some power but, then you could abruptly change and question a lot. Intend is one thing, positive action is another.

To preach these words is to know this is true strength and ambition. Overreacting that seems justified is not always right widens the lens of awareness to everything you need to know right in front of you. Taking the responsibility out of the brain repeating itself equals to the time and effort work put into all of it supporting it your way.

“Give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” ~Reinhold Niebuhr

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