This mind/body used to be the centre of its universe. Now it is one mind/body among billions. Everything has changed, but what is really different?Read More Everything has changed (but what is really different?)
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?
In the conversation about nonduality it is useful to define a “person” and a “human being” differently, as the differences prove illustrative. A human being can be defined as a composite of the biological entity and conscousness. Consciousness, keep in mind, is not a product of the biological entity, as is commonly understood, but is […]Read More The difference between a human being and a person
Here is a garden here is the colour of marigolds here is the fragrance of freshly cut grass here is the sensation of sitting here is the sound of birdsong here is a thought arising here is the shape of an old house with a verandah along which a verdant wisteria blooms purple flowers […]Read More Here and nowhere
You have always thought you were such and such a person, now, leave that person alone. They will run their life quite well without you. Dwell in the Self.Read More Dwell in the Self
When personhood ends there may be a feeling of familiarity with the new center-less reality. That’s because it is familiar. We already-always are it. The small projection of a person was only ever a drop in the endless ocean of being.Read More A drop in an endless ocean
When no person is there, the body/mind becomes an instrument of God.Read More When no person is there
Sensations arise in awareness colour, sound thoughts arise but no-one is having them emotions arise but they are not energized by the sense “me” the sense of a “me” as an individual is a habit it seems so self-apparent it is never questioned But when we explore this question it evaporates All our problems relate […]Read More The end of personhood