“Thought is a function. This is a creation that you have incorporated in this physical dimension to be defining and interpreting and translating other communications. Thought in itself is a function. It is NOT a communication.
“This is one of the areas of definition, within your associations, within your reality, which has been turned, in a manner of speaking, and is misinterpreted. For you define thought as a communication, and you pay attention to thought, and turn its natural function in an attempt to be creating thought in an expression that is not of its design. This is your action of rationalization.
“Your thought process is not designed to be overriding communications. It is not a communication in itself. It is a translator. It is a function that you have created to translate communication and define communication. The communications are expressed in other manners. All of your senses are communications. Your outer senses, your inner senses – these are communications. Your impulses, your impressions – these are communications. Your emotions are communications. Thought has been designed in this dimension to translate objectively and define those communications.” [session 762, January 20, 2001]