This blog is not going to be different than what you’re used to getting from me. I’m going to explain an interesting thing about the typical mind over the next five blogs. With each blog, I will help you to understand what you have to put up with, when you live with the typical mind, until you clean it up.
Day Five of Five: Carelessly Disregarding
Your mind cannot truly see something fresh for the first time if it is in the habit of quickly tossing out everything new. This carelessly disregarding mind values the old, even if it harms you. It quickly forgets anything new that could help you. Why would it do such a thing? It worries over losing its previous illusions that it desperately clings to – thoughts of unworthiness. Thoughts of unworthiness are the foundation upon which the carelessly disregarding mind thinks.
Pay close attention to how your mind operates to preserve erroneous notions about your inferiority in order to remain in control. This mind fears losing your attention; it fears being replaced by a healthy mind. Survival of the fittest – which mind shall prevail? If it is to be the healthy mind, it is up to thee.
How many folks offer you great tips for healthy living? How often do you say, “Thank you, I love that tip” and then carelessly disregard it by not putting it into action in your life? When that happens, it is the psychologically immature mind with wrong eagerness dominating your attention.
Awareness of this bad mental habit gives you power to break it.
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