Monthly Ho’oponopono Q&A Teleclass
Tame your thoughts
and inner peace arise from beyond the mind.”
A monk once asked his followers a question: “If I took a watering can and watered the garden bed, would the weeds grow, or the flowers grow?” Of course, the answer was both. “Water cannot discriminate between the weeds and the flowers,” he continued. “Whatever you water, grows.”
The same thing is true with our thoughts. Every day we are walking around with a watering can of our thoughts. And the water is haphazardly (and unconsciously) emptying wherever we go. And every one of these thoughts is growing and shaping our world. For better or worse.
Unfortunately, most of the world isn’t paying attention. According to a study by the National Science Foundation, the average person has between 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those thoughts, 80% were negative, and 95% were the same repetitive thoughts as the day before. In short, we are at the mercy of our minds and the noise and chatter that has become our thoughts—depriving us of sleep, filling us with anxiety, worry, and fear, while robbing us of the peace that comes when we no longer live in the present moment. If this sounds like your life, this month’s special Q&A is just for you:
Tame your thoughts
Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 1 pm PT
You might think I’m about to suggest that we close our eyes and ears and pretend that all our negative thoughts don’t exist. But the truth is, we don’t have to deny every negative thought that comes into our minds. We don’t even need to fight our thoughts. But we do need to stop identifying with our thoughts. Our goal for this week is to realize that we are not our thoughts; we are the witness of our thoughts. The moment we recognize this, we become conscious of our true self and Divinity, rather than the skin and bones of our physical body.
The moment we see ourselves as the viewer behind the thought, we see ourselves as Soul and have thus raised our consciousness. Yes, your stray thoughts are also your path to awareness!
In this month’s Q&A, you will see that your thoughts (and mind) are very much like a river. They flow from one end to the other and back again, often without rhyme or reason. Of course, we have a choice. We can continue to identify will all those thoughts (the river/mind), in which case, the thoughts will take us where they will. Or we can simply sit by the bank and watch our thoughts as they roll on by, and do so with kindness and love, and no judgment.
My friends, once you learn how to tame your thoughts (and you will), you will open the door to a whole new and exciting dimension to your world. You’ll also sleep better and enjoy life a whole lot more.
Join me as we gather by the riverbank, where we will lock arms as our Divine selves, and watch with love as our thoughts float gently down the river. We will be free at last.
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