Become Aware, Now

“But I am aware!”
That’s the mistake we all make.

We are aware of our surroundings and that’s all.
Being aware is realising that we are that awareness.

Through familiarity with our true nature,
whatever needs to be developed, develops,
and whatever needs to drop away, drops away.

That is dissolution of karma –
or rather, the disillusion with karma:
the disappointment resulting from the discovery
that something is not as good as one believed it to be
… my self.

We have become so familiar with our surroundings
that it’s a shock to realise
we believed that to be our only reality …
“Did I really believe all that?”

Become aware now.
Just see that you are seeing … and drop what is seen.

Now you know.
It costs nothing.

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