Thoughts. They aren’t so easy to control, are they?
You think and you think and then you feel and then you act. Or don’t act.
You think and think and you decide who you are. You let those thoughts tell you are.
You think and you think and you’ve thought yourself out of happiness so many times, but seldom into it.
You think sideways. You think in circles. You think about what has to be done, you think about what can no longer be done.
You think and you think and without ever realizing it, you create your reality.
And then, paradoxically, the most difficult thing is to change said reality.
To change the way you view the world around you, the way you perceive yourself and the people you come into contact with.
Think about it.
Think about the way your thinking creates a world that is different from what other people perceive.
Can you see flaws? Inconsistencies? Irrational behavior? Naive thinking patterns?
Can you see beyond the web your thoughts weaved along the years?
Can you see the intricate pattern of automatic thoughts that keep everything into place?
What if you were to change just a little bit?
A part that you don’t enjoy so much.
An aspect of reality that scares you. Or makes you sad. Or angry.
A rule you came up with ten or so years ago that keeps telling you that you can’t do certain things.
What if you spent day after day changing the way your thoughts construct your reality?
What would you achieve?
What would you accomplish?