Recognising Non-duality, Unlimited Compassion And Shunyata
Be aware of awareness, and do not modify.
In the moment of pure recognition, there is nothing else;
it is therefore non-dual.
If there is nothing else, that is emptiness; shunyata.
This is absolute reality.
Resting in non-dual emptiness, anything that then arises or appears
is a temporary confusion that is recognised as such,
and because we do not modify but merely allow it to be,
that is unlimited compassion.
So what’s the problem?
The moment awareness wants to relate to itself, to see how it is, a duality is created.
This ‘relating’ is called relative truth, and is a mistaken view.
The mirror is claiming its reflection, which is an confusion in emptiness.
OK, let’s be practical!
Non-dual emptiness – our absolute nature – is eternally present.
Unfortunately, it is immediately covered by mental imprints from our karmic load.
It’s a habit; a very strong and complex habit.
This modifies everything we (pure awareness) see, and causes doubt to arise.
In relative reality, we need to doubt.
In absolute reality, there is no doubt.
Our true nature is simple.
Our karma is complex.
Relatively, our minds become bored so we look for interest.
We become addicted to excessive activity
because the search is continually frustrating as it’s never complete.
Absolute mind is of no interest what-so-ever,
save for unlimited compassion for the mistaken view of relative mind.