TSM75 : The Nature of Thought
Well, this monologue is different ! Stay focused, as you endure my cat meowing incessantly and the wind blowing against my iPod.
In this monologue I attempt to lead you through a discussion about the nature of thought – touching on such subjects as simple and discursive thought, thought forms, process fields, thought and the 5 senses, memory, emotional feelings, felt sense in the body, beliefs, values and action. This is probably a monologue worth doing again under quiet conditions, with a more detailed exploration of the link between thoughts, ideas, projection and reactivity – which I didn’t really touch on in this monologue.
This monologue sketches out the way that the human mind works – weaving thoughts out of silence and how thought can take us out of the present moment.
PS. A big thank you to Sandor for the donation ! Your support is always appreciated my friend !!! 😉
Posted on May 13, 2016, in The Something Monologues, Uncategorized and tagged anxiety, Buddhism, depression, discursive thoughts, emotions, feelings, felt sense, meditation, mental illness, mental pathology, mind, Monkey Mind, Personality Disorders, power of now, presence, present moment, Runaway Thoughts, silence, stillness, The Nature of Thought, The Something Monologues, thinking, thought, Train of Thoughts. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.