These thoughts do not mean anything. They are like the things I see in this room [on this street, from this window, in this place].
All thoughts? Yes, all thoughts. They are neither “good” nor “bad”, they are used in this practice to begin the process of teaching you what is meaningful and what is meaningless. Do not judge the practice for today. Practice it as written as you continue with the open mind.
It is easy to get preoccupied about the “Why’s” and “How’s” of the actual practice. There may be fear that creeps in with the thought, “What do you mean my thoughts do not mean anything?” Trust and have faith that the lesson will assist you in training your mind. Don’t judge it, just practice. You want peace and you want another way of living in this world. This Course is the guide that will lead you there.
I know I am willing to be trained, that’s why I am here again to share with others. The practice is what helps guide me to peace. The more I practice; the more peace is realized.
As I keep mentioning and do so for myself, the best approach is coming to each and every lesson with a clean and open mind.