Saying What is True
Research proves that a normal person in routine life is trapped up to 95% in  meaningless, insincere, worthless, insignificant, irrelevant; what he/she says or listens.

And I didn't know, but I decided I would go with the critic. And then what I tried to do, what I learned to do, I think, was to stop saying things that made me weak. I mean I'm still trying to do that, because I'm always feeling when I talk whether or not the words that I'm saying are either making me align or making me come apart. I think alignment is the right way of conceptualizing it, because I think if you say things that are as true as you can say them, then they come up, they come out of the depths inside of you. We don't know where thoughts come from. We don't know how far down into your substructure the thoughts emerge. We don't know what processes of physiological alignment are necessary for you to speak from the core of your being. We don't understand any of that. We don't even conceptualize [form a concept or idea of (something)] that. But I believe that you can feel that.
I learned some of that from reading a great clinician. Because he talked about mental health, in part, as a coherence between the spiritual or the abstract and the physical. These two things were aligned. There's a lot of idea of alignment in psychoanalytic and clinical thinking. But, anyways, I decided that I would start practicing not saying things that would make me weak.
What happened was that I had to stop saying almost everything that I was saying. I would say 95 percent of it. That's a hell of a shock to wake up, I mean, this was over a few months, but it's a hell of a shock to wake up and realize that you're mostly dead wood. It's a shock. And you might think, do you really want all of that to burn off? There's nothing left but a little husk five percent of you. It's like, if that five percent is solid, then maybe that's exactly what you want to have happen.


Tu Raaz-E-Kun Fakan Hai, Apni Ankhon Par Ayan Ho Ja
Khudi Ka Raazdan Ho Ja, Khuda Ka Tarjuman Ho Ja
You are the secret of creation, see yourself in your eyes;
Share the secret of your own self, become the spokesman of God.
http://iqbalurdu.blogspot.ca/2011/04/bang-e-dra-163-tulu-e-islam.html
Imam Ali (AS): "Whoever has identified his self in reality has recognized his Creator." 
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