Does the temporary ever become permanent? Does the permanent ever become temporary? Or does everything stay in its lane? When the temporary expires its timeline, what remains? When the permanent is revealed has anything really changed?

What appears is the appearance of assembly/disassembly of the temporary. When we concern ourselves too much with the temporary, can it really effect the permanent? Or in other words, can the permanent ever change?

The changeless permanence is the fallback position of all things temporal. Appearances are not permanence per se but permanence is behind all appearances, yes? Where else would all the temporal ultimately go to? Permanence always is unaffected by the impermanence of impermanence.

The backdrop of everything is the container of everything. What Is permanent and absolute? That which does not change i.e. Nothingness. What ‘dies’ is a something that is an appearance. This cameo of appearance is not intended to do anything as it simply always points to the permanence of Being Being changeless Being. The container of every thing is always Nothingness which is still is something/nothing.

The temporary is Nothingness in disguise as a ‘something’, stretching the fabric a bit, to make a point of ‘not two’. Where one ‘looks’ determines what ‘Is’ Seen.

The goofiness of believing in the overt temporariness of being a ‘doer’ is underwhelmingly comfortable and often clearly uncomfortable. It is a loss leader for Being Beingness. Seeing from the ‘appearance’ is overt limitation. Seeing from ‘Seeing’ is a kind disregard for being a limited appearance, aka ‘goofiness’. Where ‘We’ look from is monumentally important.

At birth, we arrive unassembled. Assembly then immediately begins its process, taking ‘time’ to inculcate a temporary person, who in fact is Beingness in human clothes assimilating in a society of overt temporariness. This assembly process does not have to have a virtual elimination of Being Beingness. Although in many cases this appears to have happened (temporarily). Beingness can never be entirely eliminated in this assembly process.

Disassembly of the person holding views, opinions, and other preferences (vasanas) is most often disrupted at the transition states of birth/death. Upon reentry into the orbit of birth, the act of holding stuff, including old previous birth stuff, can be retaken. It is less of a viable option when the seeing of ‘Seeing’ is contemporaneously employed, especially so, in this physically incarnated state. One does not have to ‘wait’ in time for death/birth to have the opportunity for losing the act of continuously holding stuff.

Disassembly is a clear option/ability available to all in this particular incarnation. There is no imperative to wait, later in time for some future opportunity, to rid Ourselves of the tedious perseveration of a false self. In the timelessness of Nothingness, the disassembly of the ‘false self’ is immediately tenable. This opportunity is always existing in this moment of Now.

What is ‘disassembled’ is our non-essential nature. What is left needs no assembly (unlike Ikea furniture). Nor are there instructions for assembly. The assembly of Nothingness leaves nothing to complete. It Is Now complete -meaning ‘this’ particular moment. Nothing ‘to do’/no doer, all Now.

When ‘disassembly’ occurs in our waking state, we find a loss of fascination with the seeming false self. What ‘was’ disassembled was the idea of the false self. That would be a rebirth in ‘this’ incarnation without going through the birth/death cycle. The ‘backstage’ of Reality is ‘Seen’ by the pure Seeing. The play of the character is no longer given credibility as the ‘doer’.

Nothingness is found to be somethingness that is formlessly Present. And ‘that’ is enough as ‘that’ Is the Fullness without any need for ideas about the Fullness. Be ‘That’ always Now. No instructions nor assembly necessary.

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