What is a thought?
A question you probably have asked yourself at least once in life. If you haven't yet, it's okay. When you are more curious, you sure will. In fact all spiritualist have asked this question. And you know why? Because they need to resolve questions around this subject to make significant progress in spirituality.
What is a thought? It's simply your perception of what you see, touch, sense, touch... You have a thought about all the things you have experienced in life. You may or not share the same thought, you may not have the same view about everything with everybody. And the core reason for that is your level of consciousness. I hope I haven't lost you yet? Stay awake, I'll be as straight to the point as possible.
And so, a thought is just the way you perceive something. From your mind, you will give that something words or an image. So it's your understanding of an experience which is translated into mental words and images. Isn't it what you call thought? All those mental chat chat you make in your mind, and the images?
Thoughts are just your translation of your your understanding ( understanding of an experience) into words and images. Because it's just a mental interpretation of what you see, hear, touch... that means you may not have thoughts if you stop interpreting the things you experience, right? Meaning it's possible for a moment to stop having thoughts. In fact for having spent some time with spirits of nature, I noticed that they don't have thoughts like we do. And so I would agree that higher beings of the spiritual world, do not have thoughts like we do. Thoughts are a human thing.
Is it getting clear? It could all be already clear to the more advanced spiritual readers. But I'm trying to help those who need clarity on this matter. It's crucial if we want to understand such a subject for it helps to make changes in ones inner life and even the life around us. What we say to ourselves and to the people around us...
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