Do you feel like that you filled yourself with trash?

March 2nd, 2006

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Have you ever had a feeling of having your mind full with unnecessary thoughts and feelings?

I sometimes think that I filled my mind with so much emptiness or so much dirty, useless information that my mind is going to explode with them. What an anxiety…

I live through the fear of not getting my mind back again to useful thought and feelings. I mean nice, happy feelings.

However, forcing yourself usually does not help. Instead of having this self-pressure on you, remember that it is yourself who put all that mess into your mind. This means you can empty your trash too.

This is worth thinking about. If you have any questions on this or if you feel like discussing it please feel free to comment.

2 Responses to “Do you feel like that you filled yourself with trash?”

  1. James Gordon Says:

    I agree it is important to realize that we are the ones who put much of the garbage in our heads and gain some control of what goes in. It is not under our control to let the garbage out. Much of the effects of learning or absorbing garbage is permanent. However we can bring in further counteracting agents to control the garbage and possibly turn it into strenght.

    Also, welcome the pressures and negative thoughts on life. They are not stumbling blocks, they are steeping stones that if you learn to master and control become stones that raise you up. For instance, think about someone having a negative feeling for you. Learning this can at first seem a pressure. But instead you have learned something that you can do change yourself to further a relationship. Also, done correctly, the process of change will be a compliment to that person and will flatter the person and bring them closer to you had you not had the problem. Thus the negative is not removed from your mind or life but used to enrich

  2. Idetrorce Says:

    very interesting, but I don’t agree with you

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