Thursday, 21 June 2012
We can be very open minded, gentle and unassuming - being fluent as we may be in discerning our psychological patterns, and yet, not limiting our scope to those reference points, relying rather on simple openness. Resting naturally for short moments, we neither adopt nor reject our assumptions about the way things are, assumptions about ourselves and our experience, and with this innocence and openness, we begin to see that every variation of human experience is like a different aspect of the spectrum of innate benefit. This can only start to be seen when we remain simple and at ease, allowing our experience as it is, unrejected, no longer covering over with philosophical band aids and correctional antidotes. Short moment by short moment we find increasing conviction in our natural state.