What’s Not Thought

One of the principles at the heart of my work is that we are living in a 100% thought created experience of life, moment by moment and thought by thought. Tune in for a fun and fascinating look at why there’s no such thing as an exception to this rule!

01:42 – The inside-out understanding
04:47 – Can you put it in a wheelbarrow?
14:16 – Letting go of the illusion of control and dropping into our natural freedom
17:26 – Making up imaginary futures
23:49 – Getting stuck in the creative process
36:14 – Being stuck in a mental habit of anger and reactivity
53:03 – Feeling connected to everyone around us

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