Thank you mind!

I’m getting a lot from reading The Happiness Trap by Russ Harris. Yesterday I read two variations on the same thing, each of which resonated so strongly.

“We feel our thinking, not our circumstances.”

It’s just thinking – it’s not necessarily how it is.

“What we think, we feel.”

So if you want to feel better, you can work on your thinking – easier than changing your circumstances, even as you work on doing that.

Say “thank you, mind” as an acknowledgment, and then work on thoughts that generate progress.

Kindly, keep going.

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