In my opinion, Thinking does not lead to happiness or healing

interesting, very interesting…

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Compared to being empty, living in this present moment, thinking is an appendage.
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The greatest cognition, the most complex cognitive thought does not lead to happiness.
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Our Ego, “I” thinks, judges, compares, then files it all away as extremely important fact.
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How erroneous is that cognition! It is totally false!
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Directing our thinking and taking action can lead to great accomplishment, however that does not lead to real happiness.
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Look at how many accomplished men, committed suicide or suffered throughout their lives. Some of our most accomplished people in history, iconic figures were cruel, horrible individuals or suffered enormously.
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That “I” does not exist, never has, never will, no matter how much energy and life we breathe into it.
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Thought, emotion, “Ego, “I”, me, mine are ghosts who grow to enormous heights inside…

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3 thoughts on “In my opinion, Thinking does not lead to happiness or healing

    • cassiradzi

      Yes Marty,
      We truly do give far too much importance to what we think. What we need to realize is, is that our thoughts to not define us. It is our actions that define us instead.
      It is most crucial for worriers and for people whom suffer from anxiety to get out of their own heads. Though this is easier said than done, coming to the conclusion that thinking does nothing good for us, will go a long way.
      Thanks for commenting
      Cassie

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  1. Marty

    We do it by building focus on the breath, letting go when the adrenal stress response fires.

    I know, I was agoraphobic for six
    Months, hiding in my garage from the anxiety and fear

    Bi polar, PTSD, anxiety, panic or depression can fade when we practice
    Mindfulness daily
    And apply it

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