Thursday, June 25, 2009

Some Tweets on Action and Thought

Is action completely separate from thought?

But. Yes, thought is an action. Is a permutation of energy. But all action is not thought. Logical mindf*ck notwithstanding.

Maybe thought and action are types of energy (manifestations of the one). As such they interact with each other. Influence each other.

Some actions within this body-mind less influenced by thought than others. The circulatory system for example.

Motor skills are much more influenced by thought.

Yet it doesn't take thought to scratch an itch.

Our conditioned thoughts have usurped our motor skills. Grace is a revolutionary thought. Viva la grace!

In the end, energy influences energy, thoughts influence action and action influences thought. De-conditioning is a 2-way street.

Until it’s one way. Which it always was/is.

Suffering is mistaking the one-way for a two-way street.

De-conditioning is turning the car around. You still can get hurt, but now you should know why.

Well, they're "there" as long as I'm "there." And I'm there as long as I'm here. And I'm here if I'm not in samadhi. & I'm not.

All this ties into the Bhagavad Gita and its yogas of wisdom (thought) and works (action). It’s Effing Genius!

~Peace to All and One,
Son Rivers

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