Nothing falls into place unless you do

They say:

“Eventually all the pieces fall into place.
Until then,
Laugh at the confusion,
Live for the moment
And know that everything
happens for a reason.”

God, what an orgy of harrowing platitudes…

Eventually, no pieces will fall into no place… As ultimately there are neither pieces nor places… In the meantime, laugh at, but heed your confusion seriously, cause if you don’t, you can’t possibly live for the moment.

And for the record nothing happens for a reason, as when you realize that you are not a sum of any pieces, You find that you are The Reason needing no circumstance…

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If you are willing to see…

Confusion is only seemingly unaware…- it is not so innocent after all. In fact confusion wants to remain confused, even when it´s not…

Love is precise and sparkingly spontaneous

Thus:

A confused mind is never capable of love…

It is only capable to manipulate, procrastinate and indulge in its own whims.

A Tuesday like this

Would Time exist without denomination?

The reason that prompted me to write this was the following:

Yesterday I put this quote by E. Tolle on my Facebook status:

“The only thing that people may need more time for is that they need time
to realize that they do not need time.”

A girl I know who is a very gifted composer and singer but whose life is
quite a mess – she would never admit it of course – responded:

“This is very suitable for a Tuesday like this.”

Indeed, people never tell you how they really feel inwardly, so you just have
to read between the lines.

In her few words I felt such anguish, confusion, yes, suffering.

As I read her answer, it stroke me like never before that TIME IS SUFFERING.

And what invariably reinforces suffering is our obsession with name and category.

So the question is: if name and category didn´t exist, would psychological
time – which is anguish – exist?…

“Time: time we give to values.” said a fellow blogger in a comment.

So why then do we feel this obsessive urge to evaluate and give name?

Isn´t the constant process of denomination our curse?

Isn´t name giving the very factor which isolates us from one another,
and eventually from Life itself?

If you are confused, be confused

He said:
Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers?

I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
Would you advise starting with a free platform
like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are
so many choices out there that I’m completely confused … Any recommendations?

Me:

Tips and hints…? I´m afraid I don´t have any…

Free platform or paid option…? Who could tell but you…

One thing I know for sure though: Stop aspiring… – just write if you feel the inner
urge to…
Express whatever is within and dawns upon you. Communicate with others, but communicate above all with yourself. As you chose to comment on this very post about the importance of vigilant listening, LEARN TO LISTEN EAGERLY both to yourself and others.

We have far too “many choices” because we tend to look for answers too much on the “outside.”

If you are confused, be confused! Write about your confusion and see what´s happening.

A thought-provoking dialogue

Take a moment and read this! It can be rewarding: 😉

The reader:

And you would think that this post would have provoked at least one comment! I think liking posts is an easier method of showing appreciation. The lazy way. I’ve liked lots of your posts; they have resonated with me, gave me glimmers of inspiration, were thought-provoking etc. And I can be honest – I was being lazy and liking certain posts here and there and then thinking I would go back and reassess them based on their relevance according to how I was feeling that day. Then I would actually dive in for some dialogue. But that never took place because I got distracted and never referenced what I previously liked. And therefore I made commenting much more complicated in my head thus making it seem much more burdensome to actually do because my expectations were way out-of-place. Yes indeed. So I think if you’re striving to spark threads of communication then only being liked is not satisfactory enough.

I find it nice to be liked or I would like to replace liked with ‘appreciated’ on this platform. As I mentioned to you previously that my initial premise was to write a blog without readers thus I wouldn’t feel subconsciously obliged to present myself a certain way. But yes, that was very silly of me to assume this. Oh the verbosity.
So I would like to engage in some discussions. But the first word that comes to mind when I read this specific post was fairy dust. And that’s not to be rude, crass or funny, it just popped into my mind. This new magical awareness brings about images of unicorns as well. A princess fairytale game. I would not like that reality. I do sort of think if you started redefining words with alternate meanings it would make it even harder to awaken together. This specific post is too mystical and not quite on the same wavelength to where my current perception resides. I’m still trying to claim my personal interpretation of love. What is love for you? How do you currently define, re-define your perception? I am honestly quite exhausted and cannot be awakened just yet. My thoughts are not fluid. But I definitely want to know how you interpret love?

Me:

Thanks for your comment!

I am glad to know that many of my posts resonated with you. I like the way you put it: ”glimmers of inspiration” – it sounds great. Sometimes I manage to catch the
ever-fleeing essence, sometimes not – the outcome may be less convincing than the initial creative urge.

I always stress the importance of doing things right away. Procrastination is a real issue for most of us. We indulge in different kind of distractions, instead of following the fragile golden thread and acting here and now. When we escape the immediate urge, the simplest thing becomes a “complication in the head”, a burden, and as we missed the spontaneous moment, we feel ” way out-of-place.”

Consequently, it´s all about taking and recognizing the challenge of the moment and responding appropriately and unobtrusively. You say:

“This new magical awareness brings about images of unicorns as well. A princess fairytale game. I would not like that reality.”

It is so easy to stumble in semantics, isn´t it?…If we are to get some kind of clear picture, we somehow have to go either “behind” or “beyond” words. You are right though – I pondered a while whether to use or not “magic” in that particular context.

There is always the risk of falling into the trap of verbosity. That´s why I try to be as short and coherent in my posts, with the risk of falling into the trap of oversimplifying. I didn´t use a “New Magic Reality” refering to fairy tales or unicorns, God forbid ! 🙂 Like “love”, the word “magic” has lost its powerful initial sense, becoming some kind of “New Age babble”.

I am an artist and a poet above all. The term “magic” has a totally different meaning in my using it. It has some kind of “poetical approach.” I prefer Goethe´s and da Vinci´s idea of life, than all religious prattle or sensible scientific “so it is”.

To me, a switch of awareness is magic. Consciousness in its pure form is magic. Ultimately, in my experience, The Universe is more similar to a magic interplay of forces, than a Newtonian model. Quantum physics is a vivid evidence of what I am saying now.

Again, it is easy to miss the overpowering picture because of inherent language barriers and interpretations.

My question to you is: where does your current perception reside just now?

What exactly is exhausting you?

And further:…Can we through different points of view or comparison ever find out what Love is? Is Love – or Perception – a question of interpretation, something we can define or re-define?

I will venture – responding to your last question – to put in few words what Love is about: total self-oblivion.
That ineffable reality beyond opposites, which shuns all words or definitions.