It is only when the mind is still and empty, when it is not creating a problem, in that alert passivity there is creation. – Krishnamurti
There’s a gap, a quietness, between two thoughts. These gaps when cultivated reveal a groundswell of joy and peace. It’s just under the surface and it’s another muscle that can be developed with awareness and practice. Try it.
unleashing high thinking
I’m not in the camp of ‘empty minders’. This camp states that we should ‘empty’ our minds consistently and constantly. In fact it is such a mind that can also be termed the ‘Zen mind’. It’s a great place to be and wonderful to experience; here’s how to take it a notch higher…
When we start dwelling in that gap between thoughts we become capable of accessing a higher mind. This is where creativity is unleashed and we become capable of thinking in tandem with the ‘Universe’ even as we tap into the source itself. It’s here where we can employ our thinking for higher societal purposes rather than just to obtain self-peace.
Daily Affirmation: Today I AM creatively still!
Recommendation: Awakening of Intelligence by Jiddu Krishnamurti
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