Distress, worry . . . irrelevant!? Most people are interested and puzzled by this proposition – some angered! How can I not be worried or distressed about being unemployed, sick, or because of a significant loss? I find in working with clients that the main causes of confusion about the needlessness of distress relate to 4 […]
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What Do Thoughts Think About?
By Jack Elias on October 13, 2013 in Buddhism & Psychotherapy, compassion, Depression & Anxiety, exploring consciousness, learning, mindfulness, Overcoming Fear, PTSD, Relationship, self esteem, transpersonal hypnotherapy, Uncategorized, Zen Buddhism
Want to make someone pause? Ask them, “What do thoughts think about?” Ask yourself. Try to think about something that is not a thought — if you can, let me know! Why is this important? Well, most significantly it means you cannot think about yourself! You can only think about thoughts about your IDEA of […]