Tuesday, November 6, 2012
As students of The Three Principles of Thought, Consciousness, and Mind we are reminded of the fact that we are always living exclusively in a world of our own thinking. We also learn that each and every thought we have creates a feeling. All of us have moments when we don’t realize this fact and we mistakenly believe that something other than thought is creating our feelings. We suffer from a common misunderstanding of believing our feeling comes from something other than thought. Again, this is a misunderstanding. We may believe that a deadline is causing us stress; the traffic is making us upset, our spouse is bothering us, or that the sun coming out is making us feel good. As soon as we disconnect thought from feeling we begin to connect our feelings to something in the outside world. And whatever we connect it to, e.g. the deadline, the traffic, our spouse, the weather, we will continue to do a lot of thinking about this perceived problem or issue or idea. This kind of thinking often continues to generate even more preoccupation, stress, or upset. And, as you will see, all of...