2 Responses to What Chooses Our Thoughts?

  1. Georgina June 30, 2018 at 5:28 am #

    Thanks for stepping outside the box Roger. First time I hear a positive analysis
    regarding out thinking mind. It makes sense to appreciate it and I agree
    that it is a gift. It seems that the thinking mind is the “black sheep” in our
    practice because it is difficult to tame. It will always be a challenge but we might as well make friends with it and embrace it.
    Thank you!

  2. Roger Hawkins July 1, 2018 at 10:16 am #

    Thanks Georgina,

    Great to hear from you. It seems to me that being free in our thinking isn’t freedom from thinking, because our minds will have be thinking like
    our hearts beat and our bodies breathe. Being free in our thinking is rather the freedom to think fully while realizing that thinking doesn’t tell us
    what anything actually is, and we don’t need to get stuck in our thinking.

    I hope you’re inflammation issues are getting better. I’m much better in that regard. Hope to see you again in January!


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