Sunday, May 28, 2017

Roy Melvyn - Simplicity




 Don’t complicate what is essentially fairly simple.
In total sensory deprivation, you know that you are.
Even in the absence of thought, you carry the sense that you are.
That you are is prior to both thought and sensation.
In every moment, are you not perceiving, are you not experiencing?
What effort must you make to perceive? 
What effort must you make to experience?
Within the context of Being, you are effortless Perceiving and Experiencing that uses the sentient form as Its Instrument.
You are very ancient. How ancient? 
You were already present when time began.
Let there be no confusion. 
Conscious Being is doing what the usurper self claims as its own.



 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Jiddu Krishnamurti - The book of life