Where is the center of an onion? Where is the center of the so-called self that we say we are "centering"?
We have layers and layers of habit patterns. Oh, those habits are hard to see, let alone peel away. Some of those thought habit patterns bring us to tears. That's how we know we are on the right track to uncovering them.
Today, i am looking at the thought pattern "I'm right." I've nicknamed it I.M. Wright. Ms. I.M. Wright is sometimes wrong. Sometimes, the price Ms. Wright pays for being right is disconnection from friends--she's that insistent of being right.
Ms. I.M. Wright is closely connected to the thought habit of you-don't-understand-me--UDUM, for short. When those two get together, i just want to cry with frustration.
I watch them pal up during meditation. I listen to each one, over and over. And then they each fall silent.
The mind relaxes. The body relaxes. No one is right. No one is wrong. Life is, and that is all.