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.

Just the Way I Am Mind

If you think with a just the way I am mind, you might as well accept the things that you do. You can’t change the way that you are until it’s understood why what is done is done…

Without quietness, consciousness has a hard time rising up; the practice that allows it isn’t done by too many people. This isn’t something that’s right or wrong, it’s just a fact. If you live life with the tools that develop an unconscious state then those tools will produce a just the way I am mind. It’s a natural law, apple trees produce apples; in this respect it’s just the way you are. You don’t have to be the way that you are, but unless you see that how you are doesn’t benefit your life you will remain just as you are.

In your quietness is where your change takes place. If your old beliefs are in place and running the show, new energy will never be allowed to replace them; it’s nearly impossible without investigating your behavior to change. So Conditioned Mind Patterns are developed that control life and things are said like “that’s just the way I am”; “I” is reinforced when things like this are said. This is the true nature of unconsciousness, accepting things prior to investigating their true nature. As a society we are more aware then ever before that something isn’t quite right, but that doesn’t mean we are any closer to a solution then we were three thousand years ago. It may seem like it because of the knowledge that is available to us, but knowledge doesn’t equate to consciousness. In quietness all truth is revealed. In the noise of a Conditioned Mind one remains in the grip of a just the way I am mind…

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