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Root Cause of Psychological Suffering

Thinking is the root cause of all our psychological suffering.


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At its fundamental level, the human experience is created by these three principles:

  1. Universal mind: the intelligence behind all living things.
  2. Universal consciousness: the collective consciousness of all things.
  3. Universal thought: the raw material of the universe from ...


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“Anxiety is thought without control. Flow is control without thought.”

–James Clear.


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Negative Emotions

We can only ever feel negative emotions when we are thinking. Some of the negative emotions can be helpful. These negative emotions are only helpful to us in terms of survival.


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Natural State of Being

Our natural state of being is joy, love, ecstasy, freedom, and gratitude.


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The Paradox

The most interesting and almost paradoxical thing about stopping our thinking is that we don’t have to do anything to minimize it other than to be aware of it.


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Your intuition will always lead you to where you need to go and what you should do at any moment in time.


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Thought vs Reality

We live in a world of thought, not reality. Reality is that the event happened, with no meaning, thinking, or interpretation of it.


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Two Sources of Goals

There are two sources of goals: goals created out of inspiration and goals created out of desperation.


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Achieving Mushin

Here is the definition from the Shotokan Times: Mushin is achieved when (the) mind is free of random thoughts, free of anger, free of fear, and particularly free of ego.


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When Did Our Happiness Begins?

The root cause of suffering is our own thinking. In short, the moment we stop thinking is when our happiness begins.


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<p>“People have a hard time le...

“People have a hard time letting go of their suffering. Out of a fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is similar.”

–Thich Nhat Hanh.


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interested in psychology, philosophy, and literary📚 | INTP-T & nyctophile | welcome to Irza Fidah's place of safe haven~! hope you enjoy my curations and stashes^^.

Learn how to overcome anxiety, self-doubt & self-sabotage without needing to rely on motivation or willpower. In this book, you'll discover the root cause of all psychological and emotional suffering and how to achieve freedom of mind to effortlessly create the life you've always wanted to live. Although pain is inevitable, suffering is optional. This book offers a completely new paradigm and understanding of where our human experience comes from, allowing us to end our own suffering and create how we want to feel at any moment.

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The message of the first chapter of the Gita is this: The root cause of all sorrow and suffering in this world is our inability to deal with conflict.


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