It’s easy to think expectation is bad, judgement is bad, analysis is bad. What I’ve seen is that seeing, feeling and understanding your judgments and expectations sets you free from the negative effects of it. The negative effects come when you mistake it as a truth. You calibrate to it as if it’s true. You invest in that perception, as if it’s true. – Aaron Turner
Enjoy this clip with Aaron Turner, Kaye Taylor and Steph Wilson sharing some anecdotes about how easy it is to get tricked into believing your thoughts to be real, seeing just how invisible our thinking can be at times.
When you see that thought feels real and isn’t true and you gain more perspective as your mind opens up, you see there’s nothing bad or wrong about any thought, as long as you’re willing to consider it a thought.