"You have complete and absolute permission to think anything whatever, any thought at all, without limitation or condition."
Perhaps a trivial pursuit to those who have not, believe they have, or are too fearful to suspend thought, but to those with a genuine wish to observe undivided self (also known as Vajradhara or Buddha consciousness) then the surrender to what ego is not is a sacred non-activity.
Of course all "you's" have permission to think,...however, what "you" is doing the thinking. For, what is said to be, 99.6% of the population, the term "you" is the ego you, the separate you, the little i. There is no ego or thinking without a separate self.
To say, "You have complete and absolute permission to think anything whatever" is very much a disservice and incompassionate instruction. No wise person would ever say that to suspend thought is a trivial activity.
An ancient saying suggests that those who spiritually deceive others should have an anvil tied around their necks and thrown into an abyss. Any authentic compassionate being would agree.
By the way, it is impossible to think without condition. Thinking is a condition,...and all conditions arise from the past. One cannot think in the present. So why would anyone in the "right mind" want to think at all? Only ego is an abvocate for unconditional thinking.
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