If someone looked you straight in the eyes and said,
“The Divine is now perceiving through your eyes”
would there be a humble acknowledgment of that
or a quick rejection of it?
“God is omnipresent” really says it all.
I see the human journey as an amazing opportunity
to come into the understanding of what we actually are.
As we relax, relax, relax out of all of the notions
we have accumulated – our eyes are free and clear
and our heart is then open to the
humble acceptance of our divine true nature.
Being Awake In The Dream
When we know what we are we can then begin to more fully live out who we are.
And when we more fully live out our individual expression while knowing our essence as that which is independent of all expressions, we come to know our essence even more fully.
It is truly amazing how this divine dance of the One and its expressions works together so perfectly.... but then again - how can Love not 'work'?
No analysis is required.
To read an article I wrote about trusting the fragrance of our true nature
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If we believe we see an oasis up ahead
or a snake on the ground and then someone
we trust tells us they are not real - trust
does not mean that we take them at their word.
It means we trust that their experiential understanding
is not only theirs – but somehow it is ours.
We trust that whatever they see we also have the
opportunity to see. And so this trust nudges us
to look closer at the ‘oasis’ and ‘snake’.
And as we look closer our eyes clear and the oasis is seen as a mirage and the snake as a rope -
it is only then that hope and fear effortlessly dissolve and what actually is now stands revealed.
It is all very simple. Instead of seeing things imagined, learn to see them as they are. When you can see everything as it is, you will also see yourself as you are. It is like cleansing a mirror. The same mirror that shows you the world as it is, will also show you your own face."
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
"No problem can be solved
from the same
level of consciousness
that created it."
To see new solutions
we must see differently.