Nameless one indeed, for is it not true that labels and names only serve to impose limitations? In our day to day lives, of course names are important for practical purposes, but the reality is that who I am has no name; and the same applies to the nameless one reading this post. My parents may have decided to call my body “Richard” when I was born, but that is not who I am. I am that which is unlimited experience; and so are you. All of us nameless ones here in the world acting out our drama in the play of life can be categorised in one of three ways (see, there I go imposing limitations again).
There are those who are completely oblivious to their true nature and who who are firmly immersed in all the pain and suffering that the play of life can bring. Then there are those who are “spiritual seekers” or “truth seekers” (see, names again!), who have become aware of their spirituality and are seeking to know more. However, truth will continue to evade you as long as you continue to seek it. The very seeking of it ensures that you cannot find it. Why? Because you are looking for a “thing” and truth as a “thing” doesn’t exist.
The third category (those bloody names!!!) are those who understand that truth simply exists as it is and will reveal itself to you when the conditions are right. When we allow ourselves to just be in the flow with that unlimited wilderness of abundance, or consciousness if you like, it will pander to our every need.
One given a name, established firmly in that name and playing out ones given part on the Stage of Life and fully immersed in that part are most of us. Wisdom lies in accepting every situation for what it is without any reaction or resound.So question is To meditate and do spiritual practices to find the REAL ULTIMATE TRUTH or Do nothing with a hope that realization dawns? Classic To be or Not to be? Very thought provoking.Thanks a lot dear Richard.
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As ever, great to see you here my friend!!