Thursday, January 28, 2016

Jean Klein - Living Stillness



It is only through silent awareness
that our physical and mental nature can change. 
This change is completely spontaneous. 
If we make an effort to change we do no more than 
shift our attention from one level, from one thing, to another. 
We remain in a vicious circle. 
This only transfers energy from one point to another. 
It still leaves us oscillating between suffering and pleasure, 
each leading inevitably back to the other.
Only living stillness, stillness without someone trying to be still, 
is capable of undoing the conditioning our biological, emotional 
and psychological nature has undergone. 
There is no controller, no selector, no personality making choices. 
In choiceless living the situation is given the freedom to unfold. 
You do not grasp one aspect over another for there is nobody to grasp. 
When you understand something and live it without being stuck to the formulation, 
what you have understood dissolves in your openness. 
In this silence change takes place of its own accord,
the problem is resolved and duality ends. 
You are left in your glory where no one has understood
and nothing has been understood.




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