I see how taking a thought is true is love, and how the effects of taking thoughts as true is love.
Taking a thought as true is love, confused love. It comes from thinking I’ll get what I want from taking the thought as true, and often it’s safety I think I need and don’t have. It’s innocent and confused love.
The effects of taking a thought as true is love. The effects point back to the belief, with an invitation for inquiry and taking a closer look. And that’s love. Any of the effects of taking a thought as true – discomfort, reactivity, turmoil, tension, anger, sadness, frustration – points back to the belief, with an invitation to look again and find what’s more true.
And the images and thoughts themselves are love. They are awareness, love. If all is God, and God is love, then images and thoughts are included as God and love.