When Realization Dawns

We imagine we are all alone
Marooned in a hostile reality
When the realization dawns
That this is an erroneous thought
Of an unexamined mind
The ripples of laughter, tears and relief
That resound throughout the universe
Create a wave that others feel in their bones
I call that love.

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Release the Mind

To sit in the emptiness of it all
Wordless. Silent. Present.
Without trying to understand
No rationalizing or strategizing
No attempt to fix anything
Or make it wrong, or right
All argument with life finished
At least for this brief time
Just listening from openness, as openness
Almost passive yet fully alive
What a gift
What a moment of peaceful union

We are tyrannized by our own thinking
As though the mind were a machine
That, once switched on, will only turn off
At death

The need for mastery of mind
By seeing its incessant nature
Its relentless mechanism
Is a boon to the human experience
We can do this by releasing it
And realizing it is not who we are

We are wordless, silent, present.

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Consciousness Wears a Mask

The ego self is a disguise
Behind it is openness

Consciousness wears a mask
We pretend to be a self
But really we are not a self
We are are an imagined self

It sounds crazy because it is
And when the ego self is exposed
As the imposter it is
And we rest as the openness we are

Truth is seen
Love is embraced
And everything falls into its right place

We are not who we think we are.

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Duality Itself Is Unreal

Today, see duality
With great discernment
But don’t believe it to be truth
Stay resolutely as love
No matter what
It seems almost impossible
Because duality is so convincing
But then, so is virtual reality

We are in strange times
Stay as the wholeness of love
There is insurmountable power
In this one simple decision.

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A Crack in the Armor

All it takes is a small crack
A little doubt
A recognition of something bigger
A flash of light
A seeing of patterns
A weariness of carrying stuff
Just a small crack in the armor

And that’s it, that’s enough
For the light to get in
Once the light starts
Something is set in motion
It may take no time
It may take a long time
It doesn’t matter

For the light has begun
To shine on the darkness.


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Just This Falling

When I realized I was part of everything and everyone
And I truly saw that there was only one thing
An eternal consciousness arising as many
A divine pattern of inexplicable proportions
As tiny as a grain of sand
And as enormous as a universe
All bearing the same hallmark
Everything a mirror and a doorway
To everything else, no edges and no divisions
A repeating and miraculous pattern
Of such degree the mind cannot conceive it
When I accepted how small and insignificant
And yet how extraordinary and necessary I am
And how it all comes to life through me, as me,
I fell backwards into timeless space
Nothing left of me
Just this falling
Into the arms of the unknown mystery
That offers itself to everyone

All questions are answered eventually.

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