If you are seeking liberation, awakening, enlightenment, the Divine Spirit within, you can start by ignoring your thoughts. A thought appears in your mind and you ignore it, just as you would ignore someone trying to interrupt you during an important conversation.
You can also ignore your feelings. You feel a dark mood coming on and you ignore it. It comes and goes like a storm cloud in the sky. Even if you feel a great happiness arising, as hard as it may seem, you ignore it.
Likewise, ignore sensations or perceptions, an itch on your back or the scent of a flower.
Ignore all memories, mental images, thoughts of the past or future, pleasant or unpleasant feelings, any pleasurable or painful sensation that arises in your body, and any sight, sound, taste, texture, or smell of the world.
Ignore it all. Then . . . ignore the ignorer!
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Then . . .
Who are you now?
What are you now?
Where are you now?
It may sound rather bleak, but when you ignore all appearances, the real – that which exists before, during, and after all appearances come and go – reveals itself.
This is true bliss.