Cubed Thinking

A cube is something solid, stable, simple, clear and absolute – it is solid because it has six sides – making it complete and encased; it has a stable base, no matter which of it’s sides is used as the base; it is simple because it is reliable, each side has equal presence, stability and solidness to each other side; it is clear because it is so simple and absolute because it is reliable.

A cubed thought can be described as a solid, stable, clear and absolute thought. It makes sense, it’s reliable, you count on it and it supports the journey you are on, the life you are living, the thinking you are expanding into or are living with. A cubed thought is a powerful stepping stone if you remain separated from it.

There is a potential issue with cubed thinking – you can become encased within the cube. If the thought is enticing enough to you, if you are not careful, you can climb into the thought and become limited by it – you are in the cube and the walls of the cube are your boundaries. You can see this in black and white thinking, fundamentalism and any other locked-in, rigid thinking you notice.

Cubed ideas are clear ideas, ideas you rely on. They are stepping stones because they hold the ‘penny drops’, they support your awakening in some way, create those ‘aha’ moments. If you can realise that those ideas, thoughts (or books, teachers, courses, skills etc) may be short term or long term, but they are a tool, rather than the definition of you, then those cubed ideas remain useful. The difference between maintaining a separated consciousness from the journey of your thinking, is in recognising that the journey (and the cubed thoughts or steps you walk on) is not You, but the pathway to You. ❤ Daniella

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