Question of the Day – No. 272

How often do you think about the origin of your thoughts?

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      1. It keeps me from focusing on things that are actually important. For example, a couple weeks back, I had a random thought that I found to be disturbing. Even after talking to my therapist about it and his reassurance that it was nothing more than a thought and was a pretty normal one, I’m still bothered by it and trying to analyze why It would come to me in the first place.

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  1. When people comes there unnecessary words… Because most of the time it’s happened to me..And I think about that…Most irritated part is ellogical topic…They have no idea about that, I think that I learnings new things from this…and my origin coming from of there thought…😁😁😁😁😁😁😉😉😉😉😉😉😉😉😉😉🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇

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  2. only when I notice negativity making attempts to control my mind, then I think deeply and analyze to find that origin of negativity which is like the head of snake; once i locate that origin, I know i’m close to victory, and with little meditation, i attack the origin and kill it, and take my mind back to normal peacefulness

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      1. Hello Bogdan,

        nice to meet you.

        If I’m the one you directed your question to, then I have to admit that as untruthful as it may sound — and as difficult as it is for me to discuss such in public due to some people’s negative impression about it — I’ve been able to weed out negativity and ruffled emotions from my heart, at will, because I’ve developed that ability by practicing real “silent meditation (not some fanciful thinking still littered or filled with negativity).

        I’ve been doing it since around 2004 when I came across a book that swept me off and convinced me I had to practice and develop this hidden ability since I wasn’t gifted with it at birth, or taught about it from a much younger age like most of kids, especially those from some parts of Asia, who have been exposed to it at a much younger age. I’m a Christian by religion, but this book I read from a Buddhist author changed my life because there is nothing mystical or demonic about such principles.

        In fact, I recommend that the principles in the book be taught in schools so that after graduation, those who would encounter challenges, heartbreaks, heart attacks, and emotional problems besides what they’ve learnt in school, would know how to control their minds, either completely, or at least, partially.

        Education without emotional control wouldn’t benefit people much in life. We’ve seen rich commit suicide, or even educated people with all the money and popularity who aren’t just happy.

        Its much easier to have positive faith, the type that can create miracles, if one’s mind is under control. And how do you start? by practicing stillness, peace and silence. Even my Bible says in Psalms 46:10: “Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth”. There is power in being still and calm — a lot of it, but there would never be enough time to talk about such a wonderful gift.

        Let me stop here. maybe I’m giving too much of a big reply to simple question.

        Thank you and regards.

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      2. Thank you very much for this thoughtful comment! Yes, the question was directed to you because I want to interact with each individual that comes across this blog. I agree with you that peace and calm can create a huge power and we can direct it in whatever we try to do in this life.

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      1. Like omg, I know the origin of my thoughts. I don’t need to think and rethink about stuff I already know. That’s such self wankery. I prefer to spend my time figuring out how the eff I got into this mess and how the eff to get out of it. LOL

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      2. I rather enjoy wasting my time with these mental gymnastics and use the excuse of it being akin to a mental work out to keep me prepped for the real challenge. But I know you well enough to know you get plenty of mental exercise already.

        ECHO ECHO

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      3. I just keep on running, rowing, growing, climbing, etc etc. Gotta keep up with the Jumping Black Jack. Eternal, perpetual gondolier of the river Styx really helps to build up ones endurance levels. No rest for the wicked, as some say.

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  3. Daily, emergence is one of my favourite concepts as a result. Such elegance such complexity from pure simplicity. It is in my opinion the naturally occurring art which we often see in other things the very essence of beauty.

    ECHO ECHO

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  4. I noticed how much this is a different question for just about everyone who answered thus far. The words seemed to have such clear meaning to me yet these answers indicate a previously undetected nuance of language. I love it, I feel one step closer to actually understanding effective communication!

    ECHO ECHO

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