70-80 percent of our thoughts, on average are NEGATIVE…

The mind of a human was meant to simply be a tool, that separates us from the rest of the perfect universal order that exists in nature; from the organization in a hive of honey bees to the annual cycle of perennials. The tool of mind was a gift, for us to be able to participate consciously in the higher order… to be aware and choose what we want to experience. We have free will, but this does not mean we are suppose to try and control life. Our minds have turned into a negative obstruction to happiness, running constantly… generating fear, negativity, not trusting everything is OK in the higher order, and we need to interfere. Each person has an average of 60,000 thoughts a day, one per second. 95 percent of those are the same, repeated over and over each day. And 70-80 percent of our thoughts, on average are NEGATIVE. We do not trust the universal order of life on this planet or its harmony, the dance of energy between all things. We do not trust that everything that happens to us is part of this perfection, even the bad. Trees grow (and fall), rain covers the earth with fresh water (sometimes in a Hurricane), Bees pollinate (many die in the process)… Our minds actually prevent us from the peace that comes naturally with living… © jodihealy.com – if you like this please share, someone else may too 🙂

About Jodi Dee

Mother, Author, World Traveler Philanthropist, and Blogger in the Quest for Truth, Happiness, & Enlightenment... jodidee.com
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