Tine 528 Posted April 30 This a question I got asked, and I'd like to open it up to the whole community to gather more ideas. What's you take on this? My idea would be that there is a subtle yet profound difference. You know - inside your head. When you see your thoughts, there's a distance between the one who sees and what is seen. To me, it emphasizes the experience that you are not your thoughts when seeing them. Here's the take of the 12-year-old Emma I asked about it over breakfast: Thoughts you know are logic, like knowing an answer to a math problem. Thoughts you see are fantasy and memories.