This is the simplest of the mindsets that stop human beings in their tracks. It is like not seeing the bump in the road designed to slow your car down while you are riding your bicycle. Hitting the road bump with the bicycle can knock you and your bike over. Hitting the road bump with your car only reminds you to slow down.
I am writing these short conversations to inform you that certain mindsets have certain consequences. They are not thoughts that you are thinking. They are thought that are thinking you. They have a neurological and energetic impact. One is you get thrown off course when you hit thoughts like, “I am not capable. I can’t. I’m not able.”
Being able, capable, and can are part of the adventure of being human. Just like you slow down the car to move over the bump easily, you slow down to see if you want to be able or capable in the activity that had that mindset surface. The answer could be yes or not. Thoughts are only what you say they are.
Here is an excerpt from my next book being published:
“He told me that people were not really present to reality because of the thoughts that thought them. Squeezing my hand, he said, “Realizing thoughts are thinking you and that you are under their control, can be very scary. The thoughts themselves will not hurt you. But they might make you hurt yourself or others with words and sometimes with your actions. Once you can hear them and they don’t feel right, you don’t have to let them think you, do you? Okay?”
I loved it when he said, “Okay?” with a glint in his eye. I knew everything would be okay when he said that.”
Your thoughts are not you. They are for the most part stimulus-response no choice Pavlo dog reactions that are like a tune you cannot get out of your head.
Next time the thought, “I can’t” come into your head, see if you might want to be able to develop yourSelf so you can say, :Yes, I can.”
Thought patterns are already changing to respond to the matrix of new realities rising. Your choice but constantly thinking the thoughts thinking you are you thinking can be a real problem nowadays…
🙂 Just saying…