Can you have any experience outside of consciousness, outside of awareness, the knowing presence at the core of our being that has been with us unchanged, untarnished, since we were infants?
Look at your hand. Is it outside your field of awareness?
Feel the weight of your body on the chair. Is this sensation outside your field of awareness?
Listen to any sound that occurs. Is it outside your field of awareness?
Take a thought, an image, an emotion, a memory. Are any of these appearing outside of consciousness, outside your field of awareness?
Is it possible for anything to exist outside of consciousness, outside our field of awareness?
If you say yes, how would you prove this? You must be in consciousness, in awareness, to experience anything, even the erroneously labeled ‘outside of consciousness’.
Nothing can appear outside of consciousness, outside our field of awareness, because that is all there is.
What are the implications of this discovery?
All things that arise in consciousness must be made out of consciousness.
This being the case, if we, everything, is made out of the same stuff, there can be no real division or separation between any thing.
When there is no separation, no division, when all we experience is indivisible oneness, don’t we call that love?
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yes yes love and non-separation, so take me with you in formlessness tomorrow to be with ed. 00000
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