Walking Awake

Walking Awake

Saturday, 13 February 2010

Slough 20.03.09

So the mind can come to rest. So there can be a sense of that oneness, a sense of that stillness and being.

Nothing characterizes stillness or being. That is why it is oneness, all in stillness, all in oneness.

Beingness from this oneness comes form, comes expression, comes many things, comes all things. Oneness loves form, gives form its true meaning and in that blessing comes oneness.

So what separates is when expression knows not it's true source, but from oneness there is a calling to all expression. By your own true nature there is a call for wholeness.

The resistance is a reality; it has a meaning that knows not itself. Ego. Ego resists the call.

It doesn't know how to steer itself into being. It feels a deep undercurrent, a deep resonance, a wisdom that falls beneath it. And it calls, a true calling that comes from stillness. Stillness of seeing that is not born out of experience, but born out of being, born from life.

So many aspects of self, so many expressions, all coming from the same place. Looking from one's seeing is the liberation.

So we become one, we rest in being, at the cost of everything we've ever thought we were.

There is realization. In beingness there is realization, no thinking. Realization is seeing, not thinking, seeing from no-thing, the unmanifest.

From realization of being you see your thinking. Then thinking comes to know a deeper reality. Then thinking reflects a deeper reality, not what it thinks. Thinking comes to love what it knows. Thinking reflects what it knows. Knowing and thinking become one.

Thinking no longer separated court within its illusion of time, thinking comes to know the eternal realm of being and there's expansion, there's beingness.

When you reflect your knowing, you reflect intimacy, you relate from being. Your mind becomes one with being, if it reflects being it becomes like the sky.

Tuesday, 9 February 2010

Slough 10.04.09

Seeing from being is like seeing from the oneness that is in everything, seeing from true nature. It's different because you're seeing from a place where there's no memory, feeling or thought. You're seeing from the eternal realm.

Seeing that is totally clean that has nothing to do with the world or you, untouched. So you see with no judgment. It's only in separation, only when we are caught in self, thoughts memories, feelings all becoming the primary relating reality principle, but this is an illusion.

The nature of true nature is intimacy, love, a love that truly sees with no blemish of self or ego, seeing from the face before you were born. The face before you were born is the formless.

You see the silence in everything; you see the true nature of things, because, within everything, there is the unmanifest.

Where there is stillness and silence, there used to be the narrative, there used to be meaning, the judgment, but when there is no egoic consciousness or meaning it just is.

Just is, as is, is the nature of things coming from the unmanifest. There is everything but from no-thing, and no-thing is who you are.

Then, from that stillness, from that nothing comes true purpose, our knowing. So even in the most crowded place the most noisy place, there's still that silent knowing.