wouldn’t you rather see for yourself ~ a perception clearing exercise

... then having it described in words? What I see now in mind's eye are thoughts. What I see now in mind's eye are thoughts of fear. What I see now in mind's eye are thoughts of attack, which is fear. What I see now in mind's eye are thoughts of defenses, which is fear. … Continue reading wouldn’t you rather see for yourself ~ a perception clearing exercise

clean perception restored ~ when courage and sincere desire

there might be ways and methods to regain a childlike seeing of the world, but gazing into the depths of innocence, providing courage and sincerity overtake dominion of one's mind, even for only a second ... clean perception is restored. whatever learned suddenly makes no sense at all, when courage and sincere desire overtake you. … Continue reading clean perception restored ~ when courage and sincere desire

cessation of chatter, the vaccine against common madness

observe what chattering thoughts do to brain observe how they slice through, smaller and smaller divisions, nanoparticules of separated matter observe how brain feels observe how confusion and insanity increases conclude : a vaccine against insanity must be cessation of chattering Spontaneous unlimited action emerges from seeing the truth. Natural joy resumes. https://youtu.be/gUnK_xeUPgg

Free to see ~ excerpt from work in progress

"If you really really really more than anything else you want to be free, you’ll look and look and look until you find what exactly holds you captive. Automatically, that seeing (of your “cage”) frees you. If you are not yet free, you want something else than freedom. That something else is probably sameness. You … Continue reading Free to see ~ excerpt from work in progress

To look is important ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

"To look is important. We look to immediate things and out of immediate necessities to the future, coloured by the past. Our seeing is very limited and our eyes are accustomed to near things. Our look is as bound by time-space as our brain. We never look, we never see beyond this limitation; we do … Continue reading To look is important ~ from Krishnamurti’s Notebook