When I speak of silence and the willingness to listen to the soft rustlings of Universal wisdom, I refer to those times when I am led to understand that any more 'thinking' on my part would be non-productive.

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Exercising the Bodies and Restings

Judy,

Well, you've got my interest. You are talking about something rare and which I can relate to. So I'm sort of curious how you came by this way of yours.

Thanks for clarifying that you do not turn off the 'thinker' all of the time. Sometimes the pets have to be taken out for a walk, and when they have been exercised then you can curl up next to them by the fire for a lovely rest.

love Oshana

N.B. to all. Just added Shelly's Tales of Awakening to the Files section - though he modestly says it is about a spoof church.

Judy, What happens when the you get bored of turning off the thinker?

I am NEVER bored! I do a lot of thinking, sometimes to the point where it hurts my poor head.... I LIKE to think and play with concepts. I ENJOY exploring new ideas. I LOVE to come up with answers that make sense and solutions that works. All this is part of my nature as a human BEING on this planet. What I do NOT do is to assign too much importance to my mind. It is only a small part of who and what I am. When I speak of silence and the willingness to listen to the soft rustlings of Universal wisdom, I refer to those times when I am led to understand that any more "thinking" on my part would be non-productive. There are instances where intuition and/or feelings are more valid than logic and there are other times when silence leads me to a "knowing" that all the thought processes through all of time will not be able to equal. Bored? No, it is not possible. In the tumult or in the silence, there are miracles and life and wisdom, and I don't want to miss ANY of it!

Love and hugs, Judy

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