posted on Nov, 16 2012 @ 01:38 AM
reply to post by arpgme
I experience that
my mind needs to analyze, and dissect experiences
That is it's talent (while my body ever seeks to integrate things together, make them of One, consume!)
These actions both have their benefit.
So I just make sure to give some time to each, each day.
When my mind keeps going back to ask "why?" and analyze, it is because it knows there is something that could have been learned by that experience,
and I didn't get it.
There was something I didn't enjoy- so what was it? How did it get in there? What was my part in it? (so I can maybe eliminate it from the experience
It's like chewing your food, and taking the fish bone out of your mouth, and learning to look for them in your fork fulls before they get in your
You can gulp without chewing, but then don't blame your tummy if it hurts, or there are certain pains as that bone is expressed......
I just spend a large part of my day acting, engaging, experiencing- at that time I am pretty much just taking it all in.
But each day I spend some time thinking- and use something like writing or talking, to help me with that.
I tend to do that in the morning. Rituals help the mind and body know when it is their turn to do their thing and when it isn't.