Show me the human mind

“Look inside and say the truth. What exactly causes you unease?“ “It is ideas.” “Where do ideas come from?” “From the human mind.” “Where are ideas now?” “In the human mind.” “One would say the human mind is human’s sole enemy. Now show me the human mind.” “I cannot”. ©️A. Garden, June 2020

Human, Little Brother

Human, Little Brother, it is time you stop fooling around, come to your senses, acknowledge your existence  as a member of the one family we call Life. You had your fun wandering off and making up stories about yourself. Grow up now,  return home and join your family. There is nothing of value  outside Life. … Continue reading Human, Little Brother

Human, the only life-form able to opt out of this everafter

I, egomind, made this dream called world. It all started randomly, simple, Just a few images, sounds and pure feelings It was meant to last only one moment, Then dissolve. No meaning. No story. No purpose other than joy. Sheer entertainment. A new dream I made will come shortly after.  After a deep breath.  After … Continue reading Human, the only life-form able to opt out of this everafter

Look, the one and only human

Look. The human The basic human Natural Wholesome Simple Clear minded Peaceful Silent Moving Steady Awake Aware of here-now moment Walking as breathing Joyful inside Drenched into his own being At will, speaking the world into being Dissolving the world by light of sight Look. The one and only human Standing on the shore Facing … Continue reading Look, the one and only human

Let I be ~ a daily prayer

I was mistaken I thought ... I believed ... I wanted ... I was mistaken Let I be Let I be glad I exist Let I be glad I don’t exist Let I be glad I exist Let I be glad I don’t exist Only light Only darkness  Only light  Let I be ©️A. Garden, … Continue reading Let I be ~ a daily prayer

“but it had been seen and the wonder of it remains” ~ passage from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

"There was a patch of blue sky between two vast, endless clouds; it was a clear, startling blue, so soft and penetrating. It would be swallowed up in a few minutes and it would disappear pear forever. No sky of that blue would ever be seen again. It had been raining most of the night … Continue reading “but it had been seen and the wonder of it remains” ~ passage from Krishnamurti’s Notebook