Existence is Experience

To hold that a reality exists above, beyond, or otherwise independent of one’s experience or knowledge of reality, is to supplement one’s view of knowledge (epistemology) with an abstract concept. Moreover, because the concept in this case not only lacks any basis in experience but contradicts it, to truly hold such a view is to Read More …

Nothing but this reality

Reality is not something that will happen at some particular time, it simply is. Spiritual practice does not create reality. In awakening nothing is added, in delusion nothing is taken away. In the past, present, and future there is nothing but this reality. If you think that there is a reality other than this, that Read More …

Reality or delusion?

True spiritual practice is not tainted with the idea of spiritual practice. Ceasing conceptualization is not ceasing thought. Spiritual practice does not create reality; it directs you to what is already real. Ceasing conceptualization does not destroy delusion; it reveals its falsity… When you see the reality of delusion, it is no longer delusion or Read More …