A Question for Everyone

thinker-thoughtIs ‘thinker’ separate from the ‘thought’? Or what we consider as ‘thinker’ is just another thought?

In the daily course of life, we always have a divide within ourselves; we always look at ourselves as an entity separate from our own thoughts.

‘I am angry’, ‘I can control my anger or sadness’, ‘I can control my emotion’ etc.

All these sentences clearly mean that we consider ourselves (our self) to be an altogether different entity from our thoughts.

Is it really so? Or ‘thinker’ is the most deceiving ‘thought’ we ever had?

By Mandar Karanjkar

Mandar Karanjkar is author, motivational speaker and consultant based in Pune. Mandar works with handful of organizations helping them with strategy, communication and culture. Mandar is trained in Indian Classical Music over a decade. He is a classical singer and flute player.

Mandar has written columns for many reputed newspapers. Engineer by profession, he conducts workshops and delivers talks on subjects as wide as strategy, innovation, online marketing, spirituality, Kabir, Zen etc.

Mandar is a published author.

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