We could see that anyone would be short on insight when experiencing the misperception that their feelings were caused by something other than thought in the moment. This misperception automatically fills our heads up with misunderstanding. It creates the illusion that we need to do something and figure out what to do in order to solve our feelings. With so much to think about, no wonder our heads become cluttered and we experience a feeling of pressure.
It does not appear that understanding this basic, simple fact about the inseparable nature of thought and feeling could really matter, or make a difference. But in fact, it is life changing.
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Sydney Banks brought something of that order to medicine, to psychology, to psychiatry, to theology, to these schools, these great institutions of thought that were so radically simple that it really upset the apple cart and we have a great deal to profit from that discovery for the ages to come.
When you start to see the power of thought and its relationship to your way of observing life, you will better understand yourself and the world in which you live.