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.

There’s so much collective conditioning in our society that it’s almost impossible to break free. Why it’s so difficult to break a habit is because the habitual thing is always focused on and not the collective conditioning…

The collective conditioning pulls you along as if you are a puppet on a string unless there is some awareness this is happening. To me the only thing that allows this awareness to happen is to see your thoughts slowing down enough to where there’s a millisecond of space between them; if space is created the pull of the collective conditionings lessens. The only thing I’ve found that allows this space is discipline developed by sitting. It’s very important to understand this because people sit for hours with other intentions and the moment they’re finished their thoughts take over again. An understanding of what is being done is beneficial because it allows for a clear path which keeps the mind open to learn. If everything stays in the head as intellect it’s difficult to break free from the energy the collective conditioning emits. The larger the group of the collective conditioning the harder it is to pull away.

One example of this is from the Bible, the masses grew as the Pharisees publicly persecuted Jesus, and as more people were pulled into the collective conditioning the energy to have him crucified grew. If you research the conquerors of the past you’ll see just how the collective conditioning works as their reigns became deeper and they expanded their empires the collective conditioning became deeper. This includes those trying to help addicts because the addiction is to “I” and the focus is always on the thing one is addicted to. Until “I” is addressed very few people will ever truly break free from the collective conditioning because space won’t be allowed between your thoughts as the collective “I” remains in control…

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