How To Observe Frustration So That It Ends

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How To End Frustration Hash: I find myself not at peace and it just all of a sudden came on. An email from my ex. She is suffering. I am the cause of it (in her mind). But… I am not the cause of it. When she is suffering, is the suffering because of me or is it because of reasons within her? Just like this… When I experience disorder and chaos and I observe this disorder, is it because of her?

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How To Observe Frustration So That It Ends

How To End Frustration

Hash:

I find myself not at peace and it just all of a sudden came on. An email from my ex. She is suffering. I am the cause of it (in her mind). But… I am not the cause of it. When she is suffering, is the suffering because of me or is it because of reasons within her? Just like this… When I experience disorder and chaos and I observe this disorder, is it because of her? Her email? Her being or existence? Or is it within myself?

Jackson:

Well, it’s definitely at least partially because of reasons within her, possibly all, but can’t say more without knowing more.

Hash:

So when I am frustrated, am I not the frustration that I feel? When am I in despair, am I not the despair I feel? Does the frustration exist outside of me? Does it exist within her? Does it exist within the email? No. All that exists in the Universe, exists within me. It’s not her. It’s not the email. The frustration, the chaos, the disorder; all of that is me. It is within me. I am not separate from that which I observe. The observer is the observed. And the observed is the observer. I am now at peace. I find myself smiling.

Jackson:

Wow, nice job. It usually takes more work for people to move past nagging frustration.

Hash:

One must become completely and fully aware of the movement of thought. An action is a thought and a thought is an action. A thought is a material and a physical process. It is the movement of physical matter and therefore energy; the movement of physical energy and as such action itself is frustration which means that thought itself is frustration. When you live wholly from within, without the outside world, you live in peace. If the mind is empty, then there is no thought. If there is no thought, then there is no frustration.

Jackson:

Thanks for sharing. Very interesting process.

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