There are some traditions which simply say our thoughts as not our truth or not real. Or we are simply feeling the thought. It's a thought so let go of the attachment to it. It's very one dimensional and limiting as it doesn't take into account that we are actual thinking human beings in a huge wide world.
Underneath the thought is your inner landscape. In this inner world lives your ideas, love, beliefs and judgements.
I do however believe that our thoughts are not real and not to become attached to them. However, it's important do some underlying work before the thought can be full acknowledged in this way.
Our mind loves to recycle thoughts such as I'm not good enough. I'm not worthy. I'm stupid and so on.
Begin to look at any thoughts you have coming from the Judgement Mind-set. Notice how they feel in your body when you say them in your mind.
Start a line of inquiry with yourself.
What assumptions am I making? Is this true? What do I need right now?
Consider these questions as coming from a inquiring mind or as some like to call it the learning mind-set. Notice how they feel in your body when you ask them in your mind.
When we ask powerful and high grade questions from the inquiring mind it guides us forward rather than focusing on the past. We become our own self-coaches. It also opens up a whole new world full of possibilities.
That's the power of the questions we ask ourselves!
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