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    Narrow-minded as well as selfish, indulgent thinking are our primary, ego-creating acts. However, ultimately thinking is primarily for conceiving, discovering, reflecting and contemplating, in order to give life to the particular path of our true nature.

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    The inability to think critically and with discernment is a tell-tale sign that one has been educationally indoctrinated not to question or think outside of the subject box, particularly during one’s formative years. However, if we realise that this is the case, we can simply begin asking probing questions outside of the narrative, and to keep asking “why” until we receive a detailed, overarching, coherent answer.

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    What is our usual, automatic mode of thinking? For many of us, it entails various blends of overthinking about concerns and worries, and experiencing their resulting emotions, such as anxiety, fear, depression and anger. It can also include habitual ism’s, such as ageism, sexism, racism, judgmentalism and cynicism, as well as conditioned thoughts, bias, intolerance,  reactivity and so on.…read more…

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