“The mind itself has no needs, except for those it creates itself. Is undisturbed, except for its disturbances. Knows no obstructions, except those from within.” - Marcus Aurelius
Close your eyes for a moment and observe the silence that emerges between your thoughts.
That silence is the nature of your mind.
Your thoughts are the reflection of your relationship with the world.
Your perception of life results in the content of your thinking.
Try to hear and see without judgment.
Be open to the idea that your mind can interpret reality differently, every time.
The mind is capable of renewing, changing, and replacing old concepts.
For a moment, liberate your mind from thinking about the thoughts that you are aware of.
Notice how thoughts can distract you from relaxing.
Your well-being very much depends on your conscious effort to distinguish mental noise from intelligent and necessary thinking. It also depends on your acknowledgment of the silence that exists among all forms of mental activity.