First, become an Observer of your thoughts, a curious bystander – watching your mind as it moves from topic to topic, spirals with a line of thinking, or perhaps is fixed on one line of thinking. Become a curious observer.
Begin the process of letting go of the judgement you might have about your thoughts … perhaps you see them as distressing, annoying, anxiety-provoking or even impractical. Replace this judgment with understanding, acceptance, and compassion.
Understanding Thought Waves & Compassion
The Yoga Sutra’s of Patanjali offers a passage utilizing a metaphor for understanding the impact of repeated thought patterns.
It then provides a practical solution in changing thoughts to change the thought waves of your mind.
Understanding Samskaras - The Thought Waves of the Mind: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras Read More...
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