From: J Krishnamurti
On that day I had the most extraordinary experience. There was a man mending the road: that man was myself; the pickaxe he held was myself; the very stone which he was breaking was a part of me; the tender blade of grass was my very being, and the tree beside the man was myself. I almost could feel and think like the roadmender, and I could feel the wind passing through the tree and the little ant on the blade of grass I could feel. The birds, the dust, and the very noise were a part of me. Just then there was car passing by at some distance; I was the driver, the engine, and the tyres; as the car went further away from me, I was going away from myself. I was in everything, or rather everything was in me, inanimate and animate, the mountain, the worm, and all breathing things”.
Don’t look for it his way. Or anybody else's way.
They are unique; you are unique.
May be similar, may not.
(In fact, don’t look at all. If you look, you can only look via the conditioned mind - and the mind cannot embrace this level. Just be open - to whatever.)
And when you think it could not possibly be better than what is happening - stay open. It maybe that: ‘You ain’t seen nothing yet.”
These realisations are starting to happen to many - as they never have before. Maybe you? Up to you. Don’t hold - anything. Just let what is, be what is.
Conundrum: 'All is change, and nothing changes.'
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Monday, 24 October 2011 01:27
posted by Sagi
Times are changing for the betetr if I can get this online!
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 17:24
posted by Jacklynn
Never would have thunk I would find this so indiesnpsable.
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 15:31
posted by Boston
It's sopoky how clever some ppl are. Thanks!
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 07:27
posted by Delores
I love reading these articles because they're short but ifnormative.