This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

No Eye for an Eye 

Most people don’t physically harm others and this makes them think they’re better than those that do, but they have the same conditioning as those harming others, it just manifest as behavior of a lesser degree.

Humans harming others to justify some inner urge has been going on since the beginning of time, or at least it seems that way, and those that cause harm suffer society’s incurred penalties because of it. Here’s the kicker, most people don’t do physical harm to others and this makes them think they’re better than those that do, but they have the same conditioning as those harming others, it just manifest as behavior of a lesser degree. The core of the conditioning is the same, it’s written in the bible, if you think it it’s no different then doing the act and this is because the intended energy is the same.

Although it’s easy to point at the behaviors that harm others as being wrong, obviously to the person behaving in such a way it isn’t wrong or they wouldn’t do it. And no one can truthfully say they haven’t harmed another, maybe not physically, but definitely with a thought. Think of this, wanting an eye for an eye is wishing harm on another. That’s right, it’s no different then the one who did the harm. Harm is harm and although anyone can justify what they are wishing on another, it’s doesn’t make it right. It’s this intended energy that keeps the harm in place.

A person can’t be accurately labeled regardless of how close you are to them because your thought of them isn’t them, nor is you thought of yourself or anything else for that matter. True freedom will only be experienced when one finally lets go of something that can’t be changed and thIs means all people and what occurs in life, good, bad, or indifferent.

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