The idea that thoughts are meaningless can seem quite daunting-one of those ideas which I might actively resist. This was certainly true when I first did the Workbook. I found myself asking, “How can you say that thoughts are meaningless? What about loving ones? What about reverent ones? What about joyful ones?”
It really wasn’t until today that I came to peace with the idea, and here are the sentences which I found particularly helpful. I hope you will too.
“Do not be afraid to use “good” thoughts as well as “bad.” None of them represents your real thoughts, which are being covered up by them. The “good” ones are but shadows of what lies beyond, and shadows make sight difficult. The “bad” ones are blocks to sight, and make seeing impossible. 6 You do not want either.”


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