We are not our thoughts. Our thoughts are derived from programming which started when we were born and continues to this day. If we wrote down all of the thoughts that we had in any particular day, the list would consist of regret aver things that have occurred in the past, worry about possible events in the future, and fantasies about obtaining things which we think would make us feel whole. But the largest portion of our thoughts would consist of nonsensical gibberish which has no connection to reality or our present lives.
Our anger, frustration and despair is not caused by our thoughts. It is caused by our being unconscious of our thoughts. When we think unconsciously (i.e., without awareness), we believe that our thoughts are true and represent who we are. Actually, the vast majority of our thoughts are not true.
When we bring awareness (i.e., our attention without judgment) to our thoughts, we create a separation between our thoughts and ourselves. We begin to understand that our thoughts are not who we are.
When this separation occurs, our thoughts start to lose their power over us. Eventually, we can look at our thoughts with amusement or even hilarity. They become so ridiculous to us that we are amazed that we ever took them seriously.
If we are not our thoughts, then who are we? We are the one who is aware of our thoughts. When we are aware without judgment, we are in harmony with the Infinite Energy Source (some call it God). Our lives unfold in fulfilling ways and we experience peace, love and joy.
Let's be aware of our thoughts.