4 thoughts on “Thinking Is The Box”

  1. Thank you for sharing these words, Bill. It made me notice a strong absence of thoughts a lot of the time for me, but a layer of pressure that exists between the observed breath, and silence. As one stands willingly in the rain without care for getting wet they may be energised and connected mind and body in a moment, with the absence of thought. When one however sits at “leisure” there is an underlying pulsing of energy that becomes observed as a conflict. The pulse raises the attention of the thinking mind that something must be wrong, although there is not anything wrong and no thoughts arise from the observation either. Thinking, even with no thought I guess are still considered thoughts! Anyway, a lot of rambling and a hope of coherence in the midst of words. Loved this short video. Take care


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