22nd May 2003
An abhorrence of
meditation, of methodologies, of paths, of Gurus,
........ is once again the expression of a conditioning. The craving and the
avoidance, of something, anything, .........are both conditionings at play.
R: What if it is neither? What if one gets an insight into conditioning
and drops all paths after seeing the truth in it. Would you still call it
Unless the sub
sequential question arises... "would you still call it a conditioned
Are you getting me,
Any question is again
the hoopla of the mind, of the entity, which is nothing but
That insight, which
ends it all, ....................is the consequential end of the entitification.
The absence of
entitification, ...............is the consequential absence of all questions.
As a dude sang, some
6,000 years ago
Thus, if R's gestalt
reflected ....... an insighting where all paths are seen for what they are,
.........then there can be no "one" to whom any question is an issue.
And thus arise.
wondering 'Am I enlightened?"
There is no
"one" left to pose a question, ............for there is no
"other" left, to whom the question can be posed to.
For a sage (a
conceptual term used to denote a body-mind complex, in which apperception has
occurred), there being no "me", ................there is no
"you", no "other" for the sage.
to be enlightened, or to be set up on any path to enlightenment, realization,
awakening or any of the usual bromides, through any methodologies,
"doings" or whatever.
There is no agenda,
no stake for a sage, in anything, in anybody.
That is what was
being suggested, in ........... "no craving, no avoidance".
Once a sage was
asked, since you are enlightened, why don't you just enlighten the whole world.
A classic reply.
The sage replied "when you wake up from a dream, do you go searching for the dream-people?"