Who can say they are enlightened? It is as if clouds are obscuring the sun, which cloud can say “I am letting the sun pass through”? No cloud can claim.to be “enlightened” because, when the sun shines through, the cloud is absent. It is the same with a human.being. When enlightenment shines through, the person […]Read More No person can say they are enlightened
Enlightenment happens, but after that, the person is not enlightened. The person is gone. There is no centralized being within the body/mind at all. This is why no person can claim to be enlightened. Such a claim is proof of its absence.Read More Enlightenment
Enlightenment is the giving up which gives all. To give up the little self, is to give up hope and intention for the little self. In place of this is spontaneous life! To abide in the Self is to let that body/mind be one of, rather than the first among, the billions in the world. […]Read More Enlightenment, surrender
Enlightenment is like a suicide that leaves a human being as an instrument of the universe.Read More Instrument of the universe
The sense of an individual self is so ubiquitous that even in the traditional idea of heaven you imagine individual souls dwelling there, with God as a kind of overseer. Hell, likewise, is pictured as being peopled with individual souls presided over by the devil. This is a perfectly dualistic dichotomy. The reality of […]Read More Enlightenment
These words are simply happening. Writing is happening. And reading it happening. No person is writing this. Just writing happening. No person is reading this. If you are reading this and you think you are person, the statement is still true. The same awareness that is present in the writing of these words is present […]Read More Who is writing / who is reading this?
One who sees themselves as a person with attributes is not enlightened.In enlightenment, thoughts, feelings and perceptions arise in emptiness. There is no centre, no “person” present.Read More Enlightenment