When we notice a runaway excursion into thought, we must inquire: "Who is the one who is observing the thoughts ?" We need to examine identity of that observer. We place emphasis not so much on whether there are few or many thoughts, but on the identity of the one who could say, or think, "This thought exists" & who becomes caught up in the idea of that thought. Inquire into his identity. If his identity is not inquired into, there may be few or many thoughts, but the same Duality prevails.
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