Not Finding Is Finding

Not finding anything else within pure consciousness, we have arrived.
Conversely, not finding and missing is definitely not finding.
What is it that we miss?
The claiming, and a feeling of satisfaction.

When resting in the spontaneous moment of now, there is nothing to refer to and so, nothing to become attached to. That is our pure state of being. Resting there, consciousness becomes aware of clarity, simply seeing without looking. All idealisations drop away and we remain at peace. 

When we re-establish within materiality, this spontaneity is ever-present. We can then either work with mindful clarity – “What is it?” “What does it need?” – or fall back into a fixated world of habitual procedures – “I do this and then this and then this….”

We are already that which we seek.
Don’t believe a word!

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  1. marcel says:

    You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world..
    You don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind.
    A deep desire to know more..
    The moment of knowing itself… finally free in the moment of seeing.
    The wanting drops away as one realizes that knowingness was there all along.
    Primordial buddha nature.. You are wat you are looking for.
    Get out of the way and let the light shine through.
    We are already that which we seek.

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