Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Be aware of the thoughts you are thinking. 
Separate them from the situation, which is always neutral, 
which always is as it is. 
There is the situation or the fact, and here are my thoughts about it. 

Instead of making up stories, stay with the facts. 
For example, “I am ruined” is a story. 
 It limits you and prevents you from taking effective action. 
 “I have fifty cents left in my bank account” is a fact. 

Facing facts is always empowering. 

Be aware that what you think, to a large extent, creates the emotions that you feel. 
 See the link between your thinking and your emotions. 

Rather than being your thoughts and emotions, 
be the awareness behind them.
~Eckhart Tolle
~photo by R. Rummel-Hudson

No comments: