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Roller Coaster Mind

If you don’t want to constantly have a roller coaster mind you will need to understand you are not your thoughts and just maybe you’ll learn how not to push your roller coaster minds start button…

When something happens in life and an emotion is attached the roller coaster mind begins. Up, down, round and round, loop the loop, fast, slow and when it finally runs its course, the roller coaster mind stops, that is until the next emotion pushes the button that begins the process again; this repeats itself over and over. The roller coaster mind isn’t activated until the button is pushed. A thought is simply a thought, there’s no substance to it until it’s attached to, but it’s not really the thought that’s given control, it’s the attachment to “I” because without “I” the thought would be unable to begin the process; thoughts don’t start the roller coaster mind. You have thoughts all day long that don’t push the start button, it’s strictly the attachment to “I” that starts the roller coaster mind and puts emotions in motions.

Thoughts are like electricity, this is the energy provided for the roller coaster mind. The energy is just there, like a light that’s plugged in, but isn’t turned on. So now depending on how you’re conditioned, but regardless of the nature of the thought, when there is attachment to the thought the start button is pushed and the roller coaster mind starts moving. It has been set in motion and will now have to run its course. The start button was pushed, the consequences of this is some roller coaster are larger, faster and scarier than others. No one but yourself is responsible for starting this process so if you don’t want to constantly have a roller coaster mind for the rest of your life, it will be needed to understand you are not your thoughts and just maybe this will assist you in learning how not to push your roller coaster minds start button…