mylawofattractionlife:

When you recognize that there is a voice in your head that pretends to be you and never stops speaking, you are awakening out of your unconscious identification with the stream of thinking. 
When you notice that voice, you realize that who you are is not the voice - the thinker - but the one who is aware of it.
Eckhart Tolle

The Voice

mylawofattractionlife:

When you recognize that there is a voice in your head that pretends to be you and never stops speaking, you are awakening out of your unconscious identification with the stream of thinking. 

When you notice that voice, you realize that who you are is not the voice - the thinker - but the one who is aware of it.

Eckhart Tolle

The Voice

Socially Inappropriate

aspergersissues:

And if Who would tell a Deaf person not to sign in public or a paraplegic not to use their wheelchair in public? But people tell autistic kids not to stim in public all the time. Again and again I see conversations and articles insisting that stimming–or if they’re trying to be politically correct, certain types of stimming– isn’t appropriate public behavior.