Watching the Watcher

You are not your thoughts.

If you’ve been in the personal development world for any length of time, you’ve heard that before.

It’s an eastern philosophy thinking paradigm.

And it’s incredibly helpful and important right now.

If you notice yourself thinking a thought, follow that up with Who noticed the thought?

The answer, of course, is ME.

But if ME noticed the thought, who thought it?

And are they separate?

There is an awareness that sits behind your eyes, behind your cognitive functioning, that notices, what you are doing and thinking.

Yes. It’s you.

Just a higher version of you. A more spiritual version. This version of you is somehow unaffected by the drama’s of the world.

You can notice it if you just stop for a moment and pay attention to that silence.

It’s in this moment when this awareness finally moves from hypothetical to experiential that you also come to realise the one truth that can never be disputed.

You are never alone.

You and this quiet presence of supreme peace are always connected, always united.

It is always there.

Has always been there.

Will always be there.

Do your best in moments of tension and unease to fall back into this presence and notice the immovability that is yours from this place.

So, what do you think?


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