An unceasing activity of self-expression

By clearly seeing that one’s self (i.e. one’s existence) is one’s world (i.e. one’s experience), sentient beings recognize the whole universe, the totality of self/other, is an unceasing activity of self-expression – one’s self is realized by one’s world, and one’s world is realized by one’s self: So life is what I am making it, Read More …

The Reliability of Our Experience

In direct observation we do not find our normal capacities for experiencing or knowing reality to be unreliable. Just the opposite, we find the reliability of our experiential capacities to be self-evident; our direct personal observation confirms that reality is exactly as it appears to be, it is precisely as we experience. We don’t think Read More …

Step back and abide in your own clear awareness

Louie Wing said, “If you want to know a way in, listen. Cease chasing thoughts around in your mind, cease defining things around you, take a step back and abide in your own clear awareness, which precludes all conceptualization. Suspend all your ideas about right and wrong, self and other; cease judging and evaluating things Read More …