Perceiver-less Perceiving

untitled-311-editThe mind spews all manner of beliefs, concepts, and intriguing tidbits but not to a separate or personal you. Seeing, hearing, touching – all perceivings are appearances projecting as infinite, edgeless, seamless, uncaused, undivided plays of light appearing, reflecting, and refracting as Consciousness and not Consciousness in a dream of itself.

This life appears so real and tangible when we believe “we” are a subject, a separate self, observing or seeing what is appearing as “other” or objects. There is no separation between “what is seeing” and “what is appearing to be seen” unless you are claiming and living as an imaginary personal or separate self.

You’ve never been separate, distinct, and tangible, and neither has this agave in our garden.  Notice the brain/mind (split-mind) rise up and strongly protest these words. Of course, this is to be expected as the split-mind is self-referential – keeping you believing you are a separate person living in time and space in a real world of subjects and objects.

What you are, what I am, is unspeakable…indescribable…beyond Consciousness (I’m appearing as typing words to point towards this miracle, this Truth that is not relative, not graspable by the relative or split-mind mind)…and yet not even nothing exists, has ever existed…only appearances of Consciousness dancing and playing as this dreamscape.

The notion operspectivef “changing” (for instance…let’s say changing from unawakened to awakened) is only possible in the dreamscape when believing the concept of time. If there is no time there can be no change.

Time, space, birth, death, exist only as concepts and beliefs…inquire deeply and earnestly and see what you already are…aware presence…consciousness. Notice this invisible, seamless, infinite, emptiness vibrating as appearances of aliveness we mistakenly label as life or reality.

Simply notice this aware presence…this is what you are…
….completely disregard and ignore the mind.




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