A World of Light

Doesn't sleep feel good? Pretty dreams, bad dreams. Doesn't wakefulness feel good? There is a right time for each. When time for sleep, light gently withdraws. When time to awake, light gently sweeps in until it’s all lighted up. Humanity’s time for sleep has passes. Chase away the veils of last remains of dreams. Perfect … Continue reading A World of Light

Just look ~ “But you see, most of us have not the patience earnestly and consistently to pursue this inquiry” ~ by Krishnamurti

Questioner: What is intelligence? Krishnamurti: Let us go into the question very slowly, patiently, and find out. To find out is not to come to a conclusion. I don't know if you see the difference. The moment you come to a conclusion as to what intelligence is, you cease to be intelligent. That is what … Continue reading Just look ~ “But you see, most of us have not the patience earnestly and consistently to pursue this inquiry” ~ by Krishnamurti

The Beautiful One ~ do you know him?

“I fell in love.” “With whom? Do I know him?” “I don't know. Possibly. You meet him every day, everywhere.” “Then I surely know him.” “He is The Beautiful Human. He appears with different faces, different personalities. He lives in all social conditions, either professing or doing the blue collar work. Do you know him? … Continue reading The Beautiful One ~ do you know him?

A better version ~ a little automatic writing regarding perception, positive thinking, desire and love engine

Because reality is like a simulation formed of my perception, a better version of this reality is always possible. Ok. Let’s see. What would be nice to perceive? But wait. Perception is a habit. If I gotten used perceiving a certain thing in a certain way, to perceive it differently … well, it takes some … Continue reading A better version ~ a little automatic writing regarding perception, positive thinking, desire and love engine

HuMan Eyes ~ a poem of shifting perception

Train your eyes to see the empty space. Each day you’ll notice movement of particles, patterns, perhaps. Train your eyes to see any thought as an agglomeration of emptiness particles, almost an object. Each day you’ll notice movement of almost objects, collisions, perhaps. Train your eyes to see your personality as an agglomeration of almost … Continue reading HuMan Eyes ~ a poem of shifting perception