Taking Ourselves Apart

It’s not until we take something apart that we understand it,
and see what is left.
This is especially important in understanding the mind.

And what is left?
Pure consciousness.

Whatever is seen, however uncomfortable, loses its grip
as we become familiar with our habitual patterning.
Becoming familiar with our programming is meditation.

Once we practise and start to realise what makes us tick,
we then know what makes others tick.
We’re not so different, but our ticking has become exaggerated.

We live in a very stupid world
because too few of us ever look inside.

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