Thursday, 10 June 2010
The openness of perception is obvious when we just relax the obsessive need to describe everything just for a short moment. This openness is relaxed, sensitive and alert, free from the need to refer everything back to an assumed identity. We directly experience the spacious nature of all perceptions and the warm-hearted clarity that is their source. We see that we can allow all experience to be exactly as it is, give up the continual struggle to intellectually understand each and every fleeting appearance and simply enjoy the dynamic ease that is always immediately accessible. The already unified nature of all experience is taken out of the realm of the theoretical and into everyday life by simply taking short moments of relaxed openness whenever you remember.