I spotted this quote this morning from @mindfuleveryday: “As human beings we maybe spend 10% of our time thinking about things we really need to think about.” ~ Adyashanti
Becoming AWARE of that fact is a huge milestone. Have you listened to your thoughts today? What percentage is:
Soap Opera (he said, then she said but next time I will say and then I will have WON and then I’ll be happy)
News (oh things are so awful, it’s all so dreadful, I will never be happy, what’s the point?)
Chick Flick (one day someone will come and rescue me from this, I just have to keep going until they arrive because THEN I’ll be happy)
Improbable Action Movie ( I will SAVE everyone and people will love me and THEN I’ll be happy)
Disney (everything always turns out with a happy ending and this horrible thing that’s happening at the moment needs to be resisted because it’s not how I want things to be)
- To what extent do we need to use thinking to just ‘BE’ in the world?
- If you don’t catalogue/judge/name/compare the song of a bird or the colour of a flower, will it suddenly not exist?
- How much relief would we have if you stopped comparing everything and melted into what is?