Falling Into Bliss, September 18, 2008

Falling Into Bliss, September 18, 2008

Moderator: A comment from an internet participant, David: “It feels like to me as if the best practice while we are with you is simply creating the space within for the transmission to circulate and move”.

David: Just be as you are. Don’t even create a space, unless by that you mean, residing as you are – residing with less and less duality in your experience. Just begin to come around to the re-cognition of where you really are in this moment. That’s what I suggest.

And as soon as you feel the intimation from your own Being-ness, just start falling – just like a snowflake – just start falling, and you’ll be like a snowflake falling in a pond. What happens to the snowflake? End of story.

All thoughts become like a blizzard of snowflakes, all falling into a pond. There’s no noise. There’s no sound of merger. There’s no experience. There’s just the easy movement from one state of matter to another.

They’re both water. Water is in the snowflake. Water is in the pond. When the snowflake hits the pond, the consistency of its being changes. It melts and dissolves and merges into what it always was.

Moderator: A different viewer comments, “That’s a beautiful metaphor”.

David: It’s not a metaphor! It’s real!

That is why, when you are established in the Self, you become like a magnet, so that others can find the same Truth. Others can be drawn easily into their own Silent Being, without any practice, or any significant waist of time.

Your own consciousness is God. It is the Absolute. It is the Lord.

So how far can it be?

How far can your own awareness be? It has to be immediately present. There’s no other way to discuss this.

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