Something is not right.
Yes, it feels true.
I can find where it feels true, so I’ll answer from that place.
Sure it’s true?
No. It’s a thought.
What happens when I believe that thought?
I feel that something is not right.
I have a story that something is not right.
I act as if something is not right.
I find something to pin that thought on – anything in my life or the world that doesn’t seem right.
I elaborate on it.
I find evidence.
I interpret so whatever happens fits the story.
Muscles tense up in my calves, chest and jaws.
I brace myself.
My breath becomes more shallow.
Discomfort. Fear. Anger. Frustration.
Free floating sense of unease, dread, terror.
What am I afraid would happen if I didn’t have that belief?
I would be OK with what is.
I wouldn’t act.
Who would I be without it?
OK with what is.
Interested in what is.
More free to follow inner guidance/knowing.
More nuanced views.
Free to play with a wider range of stories.
Something is right.
Yes. Even when I believe something is not right, something else is right in my mind.
Right now, I have food, water, shelter, computer etc.
Everything is not right.
That’s how it feels when I go into the story that something is not right. It colors my whole experience of the world.
Everything is right.
The story of not right is a thought.
Reality just is.
Nothing is not right.
Yes. All just is.
Any story of not right is a story.