“In every moment, there is a choice to make the presumed mandatory and conditioned stops at an illusionary character or to let go of any serious attachment to the pretender and fall, with no preferences, into the Formless-ness of spaciousness/emptiness.”

‘I AM’ IS NOT A PERSON

The ‘person’ comes after the ‘I Am’. What comes ‘after’ cannot then come ‘first’. What comes ‘after’ is the personal, the vehicle, the story, the character. What comes before has no story, no thing-ness, no definition -just formlessness, aka the ‘impersonal’.  However, the ‘impersonal’ is intimate. ‘It’ Is the groundless ground of Being.GP2C3117

The ‘person’ appears to come between Being and objects. The ‘person’ is then reinforced by the ‘stopping’ at the person, giving it acknowledgement and obeisance, when all that, is contra-indicated to letting everything drop into Being-ness. Giving constant acknowledgement to the ‘person’ is the ‘stopping’ of naturally dropping into Being.

In every moment, there is a choice to make the presumed mandatory and conditioned stops at an illusionary character or to let go of any serious attachment to the pretender and fall, with no preferences, into the Formless-ness of spaciousness/emptiness.

The divine play directs us to play the role but not too seriously, just convincingly. When the character has a preference, preference stays only with the character. To hold onto the preference as the character is to cut off direct knowledge from the Ineffable director.

The attachment to preference establishes an opaqueness to Seeing clearly. The ‘line’ is drawn and the ‘I Am’ becomes ‘this’ and ‘that’.

‘I Am’ has no limitations except the ones seemingly created. ‘This’ and ‘that’ are illusions in the “What Is” that make the Subject  the object.

GP2C3115.jpegThe object seemingly hides the Subject and the illusion is created. But it is an illusion. There is ‘nothing, that comes after the ‘I Am’, except seemingly so. To try to correct the illusion of ‘this’ and ‘that’ is to engage in illusion. There is no ‘this’ and ‘that’.

The ‘I Am’ has no preferences nor needs any ‘thing’. It Is the Priorness of every ‘thing’ to include the seemingly manufactured ‘this’ and ‘that’.  

To forgo the illusion is to see the ‘person’ as not any place to stop. And to stop is to not ‘Be’ as Being has no stops, i.e. preferences. Being is everything being everything ad infinitum.

GP2C3116.jpegWhen we bypass the conditioning to stop at the ‘person’, we upend the conditioning and create the space necessary to traffic the infinite Being-ness we Are. The stops are interruptions of the flow of Being Being Being, as seen from the seeker’s viewpoint. Being never stops Being.

The ‘person’ does not exist except in the sense of being an object. This ‘object’ is an illusion. To invest in the ‘object’ is to divest from the Subject. However, the Subject is everything to include illusions and objects when seen without preferences or any lines drawn. This view is ‘no view’ as it is too broad to be conceptualized.

GP2C3118The Presence of Being Being never leaves even when we seemingly ‘stop’ at the ‘person’. All ‘that’ is contained in the dimensionless-ness of “What Is”. However, in the illusion, limitation, contraction, and suffering are part of that gestalt.

Falling with no preferences is a letting go of belief and sustenance in the character and accepting the everything of Everything which is Nothing-ness. That much space gets no ‘person’ yet all persons. The ‘Oneness’ is only One. Can there be any more?

Falling into what does not change is falling into unconditional Love, Happiness, and eternal Peace. This is the Source of the longing.

Love Everything for Everything Is Love, Daddy’OGP2C3119.jpeg

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