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Keep my mind on a leash

I’m not my thoughts and I contain multiple characters. What can help me manage those multitudes? The third note is about guiding the mind.

Like horses and dogs, thoughts want to be free. (Illustration Julia Geiser)

When I was a teenager, my parents gave me a puppy dog. My task was to train “Simba”. When we went for a walk through the forest and hills in the countryside, Simba usually ran back and forth, strolled through bushes and grass. By the time we got home, Simba had probably completed five…

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Samuel Bühlmann

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Thinking and writing about life on earth.

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