Easily I can attest that this was the most monumental moment in my life. I immediately began watching my mind, and it was easy to see how it went from one place to another all the time.
It was easy to see that I was an indecisive person, and that this was because I had formerly associated myself with my thoughts.
I thought I was my thoughts.
But if you just watch your mind, you will see that it will tell you one thing right now, but a couple of hours from now it will have changed sides.
And the more you watch, the more you will become aware of this part of you that is watching.
At this stage, this is when we can see that what we call, “inner work” must begin.
If you have been experiencing Racing Thought Episodes(RTE) your entire life, then you’ve got your work cut out for you, just like I had.
The mind is like a wild horse which we must tame.
I think of a person who decides that they would like to run a marathon, but they don’t really exercise or run. So this is a new endeavor.
How do they start? They start a little bit at a time, and they train every day, and eventually they are ready to run in a marathon.
To tame this wild horse of your mind, you are going to have to do the same thing. This is going to require dedication, determination, and discipline.
Are you ready to make this commitment to yourself?
If so, then keep a watch out for the next blog, because I will be giving you some training exercises to begin with.
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