Truth is not a cluster of concepts.
It is okay if your person does not “agree” with what I am saying; but maybe you like to take this moment to rest as the observer of your own thinking and feeling.
The Bible has its own language, its own namespace; but Truth is the same in everyone; beyond and above tribal limitations.
If you like to hear me choose to be soft and open, otherwise everything will just sound foolish.
The Bible can be discovered as your timeless, present-tense guide book: out from the misery and fickleness of a person — Egypt — into being Life as one synchronicity, one body. Wherever you are, whatever your background.
Not as a permanent mood of bliss and happiness on the surface, but a peace that passes understanding.
For the sake of making sense we can look at the mind from a mechanical and from a psychological perspective:
The mechanical mind empowers us to cook meals, surf the Internet and make objective sense; even thoughts are things from this vista point.
The psychological mind — if not pruned — builds up over time the idea of your person; being identified — enslaved — to that conditioned mind keeps us wandering in the desert for a long time.
Jesus — not a 2,000 year old person –, but your inner Presence of love, joy, and fulfillment, invites you to leave your nets — your entanglement in the psychological mind — and to be brave to follow him.
The Bible appears as a historic story, when looked at from outside.
That perspective can lead into a different seeing, into the nature of your Life.
My words are just an invitation to look; I am not interested in recycling or changing concepts.
See for yourself, in yourself; but don’t ask your person for answers. Answers are cheap. It is the looking itself that reveals what is not in the domain of the mind.
I AM the way, I AM the light does not point to a historic Jesus person, but to a presence and being most intimate in you.
“I am the living bread that came down from heaven.
Whoever eats this bread will live forever.
This bread is my flesh,
which I will give for the life of the world.”
This doesn’t refer to a person — we are not called to eat a Jesus; but to turn to the Presence within, more subtle than our person.
I AM is the godly voice inside of every living being.
I AM is not the ego, not the psychologically conditioned mind.
I AM, beyond time and space.
I and my Father are one cannot be digested with our mechanical mind; nor embraced by our psychological mind, because our person fears for its identity, its familiar life.
Mind can only process separation.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.
What I try to put into words is foolishness for the cultured mind, the one born from “below”.
And again, I am only speaking about the psychological mind — the serpent mind — which makes you belief to be entirely this time-bound person, apparently or obviously encapsulated in a physical body.
I am not talking about the mechanical mind, which is practical and useful in its own realm; please do not rush over this distinction in my attempt to use words.
There is the underlying freedom, the joy, the fluidity, the love; discovering your Father and my Father; the Father of all. The cause of the phenomena of life.
Unfolding, maybe first as thought, a faint possibility, but then relaxing, opening up into presence.
Person, duality and the seeming tension between good and bad in this world are no accident, but a gift and a call to give more attention and interest to your own subtlety.
“And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was.”
There is only one Truth, timelessly, perfect.
And this Truth is not somewhere else, apart from you.
We descended into this objective world to experience death; and this we could only do by totally forgetting our oneness with God.
God cannot be figured in the realm of time and space, observations, assumptions, concepts, ideas, people, places, things… this world.
The good news is that we never left the Father’s house but only dreamed our existence in this world; which is a projection in our mind.
And this writing is not to stimulate more mental confetti.
It is an invitation to look again, to look fresh, empty and open.
I don’t want to waste attention in mental argument.
It is much easier to reject words than to follow them.
Prove me wrong rather than closing down; saying nay is easy.
God is Love.
Aggabu is bbbabaga.
Words are pointers, not idols.
Who in you attends to them and gives them life and energy?