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.

Created Delusions

Most people are deluded about what an awakening is, but for those truly awake it is seen the mind that tells you to do something is the same mind that questions why it was done…

All delusions are created by your own mind and until there’s awareness of this the delusions remain. To me one of the most important things to realize when it comes to breaking free of your delusions is the mind that tells you to do something is the same mind that questions why it was done. Think about how your mind questions itself so what you’re basically doing is arguing with yourself. What’s crazy about this is it’s almost like there are two entity’s with different perspectives. This goes on in most lives every single day without ever realizing it, but don’t be fooled by the questioning because even our judgements that aren’t questioned create a delusion; to be awake is to be aware of this nonsense.

An awakening isn’t a magical state, it’s simply becoming aware of the thoughts that hold you in captivity; that’s basically it. It’s in this awareness that you naturally stop attaching to your captivating thoughts. Being awake doesn’t stop them from arising, but with awareness they’re there the nonsense of when happens when there’s attachment to them is seen. Until this is realized the mind that tells you do something will continue to question why it was done, and there will continue to be judgements of others as your own created delusions hold you captive…

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