Walking Awake

Walking Awake

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Curiosity sees from a place that is deeper than self, only when attached to self in an identified way, does a curiosity become that of compulsion, bound by self. It is this process of distortion that creates desire, for a curiosity has assumed form, thus losing its empty formlessness. Curiosity then relates to the world, compromising its innate seeing from beneath the appearance.

A seeing from the un-manifest possibility to the such-ness of touch that, is given by the world via the vulnerable act of being aware, naked awareness, delicate mist of expression for the world to fall through. You then have the direct experience. It is to the awakened essence that there is the true movement, and not thought, for thought is born of self.

4.12.11 Soho.

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Curiosity sees from a place that is deeper than self. However, when attached to self in an identified way, curiosity becomes a compulsion, bound by self. It is this process of distortion that creates desire, for curiosity has assumed form, thus losing its empty formlessness. Curiosity then relates to the world, compromising its innate seeing from beneath the appearance.

By relating from what is unmanifest, without identifying with the world, the world falls through the naked expression of pure awareness to reveal an empty and naked vulnerability. This direct experience from the suchness of what you first are is the awakened essence, the true movement beneath all appearance.






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