A worthwhile exercise you can practise with most efficiency during the first 5 to 10 minutes of consciousness when you arise in the morning and the last 5 to 10 minutes as you drift off to sleep in the evening.
“We are fundamentally good, not fundamentally flawed, and we can trust this.” Thank you Pema Chodron, for affirming this for all of us. The Buddhists call the idea of a fixed identity “ego-clinging”. The ego tries relentlessly to stand on solid ground in an ever-shifting world. If you meditate enough, you will notice that your identity will expand, grow, and morph supplanting the limited you by the unlimited You.
As you sit still, in the vastness of who you are, in the softness of your inner world, notice how attached you have been to the thousand little opinions that the little you have equated with yourself. The little self is the you that has been ‘thought’ into a corner.
Turn this around by focusing on thoughts which unlimit you, “uncorner you”.
Expand into this reality.
Here are some profoundly unlimiting thoughts that describe the eternal, imperishable true You.
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