I know when thoughts arrive in my mind and when they leave, when feelings come and go,

Well the usefulness level is that I’m aware of my own internal processes as they click about and do their thing.
Knowing what’s “out there” vs what’s “in here” is very helpful in discerning truth from fiction, not just in myself but also in others.

Doesn’t make me smarter, just gives me a few extra tools to discern with which are entirely subjective but they’re like “intuition sharpeners”.

I don’t “see” bullshit when I hear it from somebody per se – it’s not like synethesia or anything like that.. but it’s sort of like a sense. It’s not just rational or emotional; it has the sensation of a quick calculation, one that I could explain if necessary to others, but it makes rational sense in how I cognitively process.

Just another tool in a toolset of discernment. I know when thoughts arrive in my mind and when they leave, when feelings come and go, how long they last, when stress is coming on and how to banish it before anyone outside of ‘myself’ would even know it was happening.

So, it’s a self-control tool. Perfect? Heck no. But it’s helpful.

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