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I tend to think that an event appears to have triggered a feeling, I note the feeling, then I start to think that if the event hadn't happened this feeling would not exist, I note thinking and disliking.

Would it be correct to say, the extrapolation that the event led to the feeling is misguided? I can not see that one led to the other, it appears that way as one comes after the other. And there is the aversion to the feeling/not wanting it to be there. Can you share any resources or talks which might help form a better perspective on extrapolation and aversion in this manner?
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Wow, some teachings to study and contemplate for sure. Thank you very much Austin.

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Check if this answer is perhaps in the direction and perspective you are looking for

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Wow, some teachings to study and contemplate for sure. Thank you very much Austin.
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