As the day's temperature increases, the humidity decreases--until the next thunderstorm this afternoon. Our climate feels and smells like the tropics.
Doors and windows swell and stick. The slightest exertion, and i feel sticky too.
When thoughts stick to us, that's a clue that we are feeling stress. This is what stickiness feels like" inescapable, no way out.
Air-condition your mind by accepting what is.
Ask yourself: Is this thought any of my business? Or is it someone else's?
Even if a thought seems to be about "me" and "mine," it might be none of our business. Maybe we just have to wait for outer events and conditions to unfold.
Notice what a sticky mind feels like in the body. Notice where it "rubs" and "grabs" the body.
Then notice that the sticky thought is a thought.
It's just a thought.
And you can't hold onto that thought no matter how hard you try.
The door opens on the next thought.
Photos from stickyquotes.com and depositphotos.com