Listen to Thoughts

Listen to your thoughts. Seriously, listen to them; the positive and negative ones. Are they different? If so, how?

Are they in first person, or are they in second &/or third person?

At least if your thoughts are in first person, you know it is coming from your “I am” ego part of you. But what of these thoughts that are in second (“you are”) and third (“____[your name]____ is”) person? Are these thoughts even your own? If so, why is there a dissociation?

Second and third person thoughts are indicative of one or two ideas; either that our minds, despite its rapscallion ways sometimes is still holding on to the idea that it doesn’t want to hurt us completely so it dissociates itself from the thought. Or, the second idea being these thoughts are not our own.


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