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.

Not True

When one becomes open to truth no longer is the mind listened to as it’s understood you shouldn’t believe everything your mind tells you because most of it just isn’t true…

Most of what your mind tells you is a lie, it just makes up things that just aren’t true. It will tell you the past is real yet the only place the past exist is in the mind. It will tell you to fear, yet the only thing you have to fear is fear itself. It will tell you to hold onto the belief of a self that’s a solid entity, but the form that’s being occupied needs no such attachment to exist as it’s in a constant state of change. Your mind will tell you I think therefore I am, but thinking has nothing to do with I am. It will make up causes and beliefs that everything desired on the outside is needed, but if none of those things come to pass nothing happens. Even if they get fulfilled the satisfaction is fleeting at best. Then there’s the thing the mind calls ego, this is like the bogeyman under the bed, it exist until one looks under the bed. There’s also not a need to get rid of it because it doesn’t exist, except in the mind.

There’s the image in the mirror who has been given a name for identification purposes; most think they are that name. If the name is different we think we are someone else, but that’s only to the mind because the form remains the same. There will be many lies held onto that just aren’t true; unfortunately the more they are attached to the truer they seem. To truly be free your lies will have to be exposed, this doesn’t mean you find out you don’t exist, you find out you just don’t exist in the way your mind tells you. When this truth is revealed, no longer will you listen to the mind lies because you’ll understand you shouldn’t believe most of what your mind tells you because it just isn’t true…

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