How is it to find love, appreciation, and understanding for the tendency to take images and thoughts as true?
You are welcome here. You are welcome to stay. You are welcome to stay, as you are.
Thank you for being here for me. Thank you for protecting me. Thank you for wishing the best for me.
Thank you for being devoted to me. Thank you for your love for me.
I am sorry for having pushed you away. I am sorry for having made you into an enemy. I am sorry for having made you wrong, in my mind.
Please forgive me.
I love you. I love you for your devotion for me. I love you for being love. I love you, as you are.
The tendency to take images and thoughts as true – from the ones that thought will say are peripheral to the ones thoughts will say are basic and core – is innocent. It’s innocent love. It’s worried love. It’s beautiful, as it is.
And I notice that any tendency to make it wrong, to see it as a problem, to make it into an enemy, comes from taking images and thoughts as true. It’s another movement within this tendency.
When there I find some love, appreciation, and understanding from it, and it’s genuine, real, honest, something shifts. There is a softening of identification as this tendency. And if I notice a thought saying that’s better, then that too comes from this tendency. How is it to meet it with genuine love, appreciation, and understanding?