When we are overthinking or in a low state of mind, we are only aware of our own thinking, and it appears to us as objective truth, even though it only exists in our own thoughts. Then, as we expand into another level of consciousness, we become aware of the subjective nature of our thoughts, which tend to be different to other people’s thoughts.  

Expand further, and we become aware of two different kinds of thoughts – the ones that come from our personal experiences (memory) and intellectual knowledge and the ones that appear when we have a quiet mind (i.e. inspiration, intuition, and wisdom). 

An even deeper understanding reveals that we live in a world of Thought – that in fact, we’re not designed to experience anything else. This is the first real recognition of “the human matrix” – that things are definitely not what they seem, no matter how real they look, taste, smell, sound, and feel.