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This is highly unlikely I will manage to put right words to what I want to say, but I´ll try.
Put Reason aside for a while, letting other levels in you conceive this.
To be able “to perceive” another person, one needs to have established that ineffable peace of mind which is so uncommon for our days. You need to look deep into your real nature, in order to understand and back up the other.
For most people, knowledge means their own projection transferred on one another. Knowledge entails thus, something you have learned before, something you have accumulated through experience, and as experience means often conditioning, it is rather an inappropriate tool when it comes to mirroring the other.
Most people don´t perceive rightly, but make you just a part of their projection.
True knowledge as to understanding the other, requires the almost unearthly task
of letting projection die – something that common man loathes.
At the end of the day, every person is a mystery – a puzzle. In order to solve that puzzle,
you need to be free from Knowing, and rely completely on the moment´s intuition.
Real openness means, again, to be free from any kind of knowledge, given that you´ve gone through all the stages of knowledge. Pretty paradoxical…
In plain words, to assist someone implies to dare go with the other person on a untrodden path.
Eventually, that´s what life is about – to unravel together the mystery of every moment..
2012/08/23 3 Comments
What is “tomorrow”?…
Does Tomorrow exist, is Tomorrow a real entity?… Who “exists” and who “dies”…? Who wants to continue…?
What is Knowledge…? What is it to learn that you don´t already know…? Wouldn´t it be better if you tried to un-know, yes, to un-learn…?
Again…who lives and who dies…?
“Can humans even understand death? At least, before it occurs?”
If you want to understand what death is about, – or what LIFE is about – you have to have the courage to “die” now…to empty yourself wholly, completely; to let go of everything – which is not easy – to realize that you neither can “live” or “die”, that Life – that is, You – in the deepest sense, never dies.
Yes, you are this imperishable Life. Ultimately it is not about me uttering this, you have to come to the point of feeling this Immediate Truth.
This sounds very Buddhist, which is NOT a bad thing. I am intrigued by your words, and would like to further this discussion. How? That is my big question. I feel like I have the answer inside of me already, but how do I access it? How do I realize Truth? And how do I know if I am right? Or furthermore how do I think not of right versus wrong but only recognize what Is?
I am very inexperienced when it comes to spirituality and even philosophy. Guidance please?
One point I have a lot of trouble with is that of knowing – I value education very highly and I am unsure of what unlearning everything really means. Perhaps you could enlighten me? Or at least give me a better idea.
What I say probably sounds like many different things…What if we just ceased to label things, at least in this our dialogue…?
It is not so much the question about ” How”, it is more about ” Why”.
When Why is clearly stated, the How just comes by itself.
It is not “you” realizing the truth,… Truth “realizes” you, truth has nothing to do with “right” or “wrong”…What is “right” or “wrong” at the end of the day…? Again, stop labeling and listen…
When you listen, you allow the answer inside you to unfold itself. So linger and listen… you will recognize it beyond doubt…it is your very breath, even nearer…
Experience has nothing to do with ” Knowledge”. It is good that you are inexperienced. Please remain that way
You need no guidance…you are already guided. Imagine that these words might have been uttered by you through me.
What is education at the end of the day? I am not playing with words pondering on this.
“Unlearning” is dropping all notions about this or that…Not easy though…When all ideas are recognized as mere ideas, what is beyond ideas can manifest itself.
I am sure,
that you can take what I say, although you might not be “used” to this way of expressing things.
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