We wish to draw your attention to chains of action. During your day, one action seemingly follows another and then another, and some of these action sequences can be seen as revolving around a central concept. Take the action of doing laundry. All of the actions in doing the laundry revolve around the idea of getting the clothes clean.
When a chain of action is based on one faulty thought, you can feel the tension strung through those actions. You can feel a something-offness, and this ability to notice that you are not feeling good only expands as you learn the importance of valuing how you feel.
When you feel that something-offness, we ask you not to judge your actions or the actions of any other, but simply to stop and align. We remind you again that to attempt to judge your actions or any actions is useless because it…
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