Are You Struggling? | Garret Kramer | A New Paradigm in Sports Psychology and Performance Coaching

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Are You Struggling?

Struggling? We all do, however . . .

Before you take the plunge into exploring thought in order to fix or cope with your struggle, consider this question: Is the substance of thought different than the infinite and eternal space in which thought appears and disappears? If yes, take the plunge. If no, rather than explore what appears and disappears (thought), explore what thought is made of. Explore what always stays the same and can never leave you.

Before you take the plunge into exploring feelings to cope with your struggle, consider this question: Is the substance of feelings different than the infinite and eternal space in which feelings appear and disappear? If yes, take the plunge. If no, rather than explore what appears and disappears (feelings), explore what feelings are made of. Explore what always stays the same and can never leave you.

Before you take the plunge into exploring mind, matter, or any object to cope with your struggle, consider this question: Is the substance of objects different than the infinite and eternal space in which objects appear and disappear? If yes, take the plunge. If no, rather than explore what appears and disappears (objects), explore what objects are made of. Explore what always stays the same and can never leave you.

Before you take the plunge into exploring life situations, including relationships, to cope with your struggle, consider this question: Is the substance of situations different than the infinite and eternal space in which they appear and disappear? If yes, take the plunge. If no, rather than explore what appears and disappears (situations), explore what situations are made of. Explore what always stays the same and can never leave you.

Sorry to drone on, but you get the picture.

Why explore what comes and goes within?

Why explore the content rather than its substance?

Why explore what is not essential?

Rather: Explore you. Who are YOU?

Not thought, not feelings, not an object, not a relationship or any situation.

Thought, feelings, objects, and situations appear in Consciousness, are made of Consciousness, and disappear back into Consciousness.

Are you struggling (or even if you’re not)?

Explore the nature of Consciousness—i.e., the true Self or God’s infinite Being.

Because Consciousness is YOU.

Thanks for reading,
Garret