Full Stop

October 24, 2011 at 5:17 am Leave a comment

Waste thoughts are well known for the speed and volume with which they grow. The result is confusion and quite often stress and tiredness.

We often remark that we should put ‘a full stop’ to our waste thoughts. If we are able to stop them there will be a possibility of clearing the mind and freeing it from being trapped in so much thinking.

However, have you ever tried to put a full stop to waste thoughts? If only it were as easy as it sounds.
We become aware of waste and consciously stop it. However a little while later we find that the thoughts have started again and we did not even realise when!

To stop waste, we definitely need to identify it and put a full stop. However as soon as we do that it is essential to also start a new sentence. Divert the attention and become busy in something else. This will reinforce the full stop and engage the mind in a new story.

Have you started a new sentence?


Om Shanti

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