Well, your thoughts dilute over time as well as your recollection of those thoughts. If you follow a diluted thought you lose valuable mental clarity and prevents you from reacting appropriately to situations. You become entangled in a path of obstacles and distractions. which pull you away from intuitive messages from your gut instincts.
Yet among all the distractions, the message of the diluted thoughts persists. No matter how hard you attempt to discredit the thoughts its landscape continually transforms in a blink of an eye. To follow the message of a diluted thought fills you with a sense of emptiness. If you study the void created by the diluted thought and not the thought itself, you find the feeling that something is truer out there for you and increase your sense of curiosity thoughts unfamiliar.
Mind and brain researchers studying thoughts discovered that 84-92% of the thoughts you think daily where the same thoughts you thought yesterday. Over time the more you think the same thoughts the more they deteriorate.
Your accumulated emotional hurts, wounds and triggers have a way of making you feel obsessed with recalling your past thoughts in an attempt know what you really thought at the time, what did happen for sure or thinking your latent thoughts are a template of what to do or not do in the future. Unfortunately, gaining clear and accurate recall of your latent thoughts from your past is nearly impossible and extremely frustrating. No one else who was with you during those times, recall your situations or events the same as you do now.
But what happens is you become immersed into what is termed black, distorted, or delusional thinking. Black thinking is a form of obsessive thinking overlay thoughts from times gone by. In fact, black thinking is thoughts which have become diluted or unrealistic due to time passing and repetitive recall. Simply all thought dilutes over time.
Thoughts become distorted, unrealistic, out of context or slanted away from the original true form. Funny though that black thinking seems to not fit your perceptual recall needs about certain situations or events. This type of thinking can get stuck in your mind and make you over think the thoughts, again and again, gaining no closure or resolution. Black thinking can be seductive as well as very destructive at the moment.
The content of these dark thoughts you obsess on originate from false beliefs, old diluted ideas, doubts, and self-judgments that form from your experiences. When you become engrossed in right and wrong with yourself over thoughts, true or not, you tend to take it personally and you treat every statement in your head as a personal affront. Taking your own thoughts personally causes you to be very disappointed with yourself. Therefore you mentally get pulled down into deep black waters in your mind.
Focusing on dilute thoughts cause you to think about details, true or false, of the problem rather than actions to reach a solution.
Trauma will intensify the reliving experience of painful recollections.
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