know about that thing
you were so sure
you well knew.
Now, I ponder this a moment, I realize that
many of you will
particular experience. Why not? Because of how youhave set your will, your intent. You have
not opened yourself tothis
sort of thing; not invited it to enter.
This is the sort of thing that begins to regularly occur
befriend the no-mind.
Have you [ever] heart (‘typo’ for heard) of that? Though I believe it has Buddhist origins, it is in no way religious.It is just to
enter a state of not knowing
- [to be content withthat]...at least the way I do it. Don’t rely. I’ve never spoken a word of Truth yet.
be spoken. It’s too sacred, to (‘typo’ for too) holy, tooprecious for that. So, enough for the quick
. I just don’twant anyone thinking I’m some sort of guru or something ... justbecause some pretty cool stuff comes through these journals.
And now I hear some thinking, oh, what an
I have, to claim that. Ohwell, I say; can’t please them all. Better, even best not [to] try.
Moving on... So, when one begins to seriously
dis-identify from the mind
— for that’s what studying or pursuing the no-mind amounts to — onewelcomes
. This is a space where knowing isn’t – it justdoesn’t exist.
. I don’t know what I’m talking about, beyond just sharing
my personal experiences
. Don’t take this stuff tooseriously. [Do] check it out
. That’s the only way, anyway.
one welcomes the void
. It’s a rather
proposition,actually. Some really
unfriendly, unpleasant stuff comes calling
,once we let our guard down. Yes, we’re used to thinking of and usingthe
mind as our guard
. It keeps out the scary stuff;At least, that’s what we thinkBut actually, it doesn’t Just stuffs it down somewhereBelow conscious stateWe carry it ‘round with us