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Looking at What@@@s Done

Our struggles with life are from a very deep place that goes beyond the level of what’s seen; they arise from the structure of how we think. If you don’t understand why you do what you do, you will never do anything different…

Changing the structure of our thinking patterns is like turning a large ship, the intention to turn happens right away, but the turn itself happens gradually. It’s as though we know we need to start turning right away, but we don’t know why it takes so long. Here’s a simple uncomplicated suggestion, if you want to break free from the deeply engrained mind patterns, when you do something, look at why it was done. No need to go back and look for a traumatic incident, why it’s being done right now is sufficient.

When the need to reach for something arises it’s because life doesn’t go your way. If you don’t look at why there’s reaching, you’ll probably just be distracted by it. By doing this you’ll never be free and this is because you’ll never understand why the reaching was needed in the first place. Looking at why you do this or that is the most important thing you can do for yourself, especially when something is done that’s not in your best interest. If you don’t, look what is done you will just substitute one thing for another and in the process remain trapped to what’s causing the need to reach. You may not like this post and you may even ignore it, but don’t be surprised when you find yourself reaching for something, you just won’t understand why you’re doing it…