The Light of Awareness
Killing the Buddha Meaning
The Heart of Pure Awareness
Being a Spiritual No Body
On video #1: I love your words and their poetic cadence. My favorite part is your description of that which we already are, and I will paraphrase: that space where reality has not yet become (yet already outpicturing in our physical bodies, observations, and senses); that which is already full, yet completely empty (unborn, pure potential). We are part of the field of possibilities. We are a part of that stuff or nothingness from which creation takes place. I think that is a very powerful concept. I think that it implies that we can do anything, yet need do nothing to be perfect, whole, and complete.
I see a lot of people around me striving, efforting, blaming, struggling, fighting, and criticizing their way to happiness and completeness. Feeling the Presence means that we do not have to do any of those things; letting go of the attachment to the form (including the thought form of “I should have this…I should be this…) means that we accept ourselves, and therefore others, as part of the perfection that makes up this Universe.
The idea that people try to “fill” the emptiness with more and more things is right on.
Your honesty is like a beacon
I bow down humbly in the presence of such greatness.
Your’s is a point of view where real intelligence shines through.
I’m impressed! You’ve managed the almost impossible.
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