256. What if?

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All the drawings and paintings in the blog are thought forms.

They are different forms of thoughts than those that we create with language. It is a different way to know and communicate. It is the language that we need for creation.

If my art is created only from language-thoughts, it will be like repeating the old thoughts that I have in my memory. Nothing new. Boring. Not alive.

The language of creation has so much more in it. It has the composition, which is everything that appears, with all the relationships among all the parts. It has tendencies, knowing, wanting, feeling, experiences and everything else that can be done with a mind that is in deeper state than thinking with language.

If we believe that we are the body, then there are things that we see outside of the body.

But if we know that we are infinite consciousness, then everything that is in our experience is actually inside of us.

And all of it is made of us, since there is nothing else in our worlds but us. We make everything that we experience with these creative thoughts.

We make a basketball player. We make his competitor. And we make the ball that they fight each other for. We make the court and the audience. And we make our own body to look at all of this.

If I want to point at the ball, how do I do it? I just do. That is all. There is nothing to prepare. Moving my hand is like moving my thought.

It seems easier to believe that everything is made of consciousness if we think about dreams. We know that the things that we dream about do not exist outside of the dream. When we wake up, where do they go?

What if life is also like this?

Remember my meditation teacher who said to my complaining friend that his headache is nothing but a wandering thought, a few entries back?

Is that so that there is nothing at all in what we call reality, but our thoughts? And if we stop thinking, what will happen? No reality, right? Yes, it is true. There is no reality without thoughts.

So why do so many teachers say that we have to stop thinking? Don’t they want us to have our realities?

And what about ourselves? If we don’t think, do we exist? No. And we worried about ourselves so much…

And what is PTSD? Schizophrenia? ADHD? Anxiety? Boy, what have we been thinking?

We are lucky, aren’t we, that we have a subconscious that keeps thinking our bodies, our worlds, and indeed, all the things that we believe are true. So we are still here, made of our own thoughts…

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2 Responses to “256. What if?”


  1. 1 joni chanko March 12, 2017 at 11:54 am

    the unconscious mind operates at 40 million bits of data per second, whereas the conscious mind processes at only 40 bits per second. So the unconscious mind is much more powerful than the conscious mind, and it is the unconscious mind which shapes how we live our life. those thoughts that are generated are the things which populate our lives. when we do not identify with random thoughts they fall like leaves to the ground. then, the mind is not needed to construct a world – our consciousness is living -unencumbered by material stuff.

    here; sans thoughts, eternal moments of now experienced in the body feel real, though highly ephemeral (to me)

    perhaps the subconscious as super computer is needed to run the human program so we are able to network our realities

    our conscious/invisible self at rest and play longs for expression and is not beholding to prescribed notions… a grounding facet beyond language; the senses; this planet; which manages to stay bright as if just the thought of earth requires only nothing stay

    • 2 intuitiveflow8888 March 12, 2017 at 4:22 pm

      I am so happy to have a bite.
      And yes yes yes. All is yes.
      And the subconscious is many things. Some (where our body and the world are created with all of their automatic processes) are in a much deeper layer, so to say, and harder to access from our vibrations. Hard is not a good word for that. The emotional and mental difficulties are not that deep though. And it is not so hard to reach them in different ways. Through art is one of the easier ways. It is indeed good to let the leaves fall, so that what is left can be felt by the body and not the head.
      And what is ephemeral will turn into always. For me it is also going and coming.
      And the subconscious takes on everything that we chose at some point, and by doing that, as you say, enables us to choose new things to do, to feel, to have.
      Yes, longing to experience. You can say so. As a musician who loves to hear the sound of his instrument and therefore he plays it and enjoys it deeply.
      And we play here too, with these words, and all the feelings that ensue. It is sweet, so sweet.


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