Tuesday, 17 May 2016

I do not know how dogs do exactly but I suspect it is better to be a dog than a human being without unitary perception. For example, can we do nothing at all and not suffer ('What I will do in the evening', 'What I will do tomorrow') because we are not doing anything so called 'practical', to become somebody, to 'secure the future'? Dogs do not do such things, they do not even 'earn a living' and they do not have a problem with it. They are carefree. So who does better?

Saturday, 14 May 2016

The I is not right here. Right here there is no I because the I is thought and thought does not fit in this moment right here. And when we are consciously right here it is freedom because the I is a problem, the source of suffering, desire, sorrow, fear, all kinds of imaginary torment.
The path to right here is not a path at all. How far do we have to go to be here? Is there a special posture or time to be here? It is all what is happening right here. True (not imaginary) life. And it is watching.
An old man in a dinery, hunchback, walking slowly. What did he do alone in his room? Did he escape by reading a newspaper? Did he switch TV on as soon as he took his clothes off? Sit in a sofa and fell asleep?

Friday, 13 May 2016

The body is very fragile. One can physically die any moment. There are people dying in sleep of heart infarction. The heart is just a small muscle, one of many small or bigger factors on which our life hangs on a thin thread. Yet plans, often self-contradictory, do not stop demanding our attention and worries going through the head. The whole tape loops of inner chatter, memories with their associated feelings continue, unaware that they are only pictures drawn on sand, washed by the tide of life. Thought makes up time.
Unitary Percepion opens the door to silence in which all the tormenting, draining non-functional thinking is not.
There is a lot of people advocating the practice of concentration under many names, implying or stating that it is leading to freedom. It is a big mistake. In concentration there is always that what is controlled and the controller, that what is and that what should be, so it is an effort.

Unitary Perception is perception not directed towards any object, intense perception without effort, not focused on anything. Unitary Perception, however, can encompass concentration which then is not connected with struggle and effort.

Thursday, 12 May 2016

The I which is afraid of its end, thinks it needs this or that, has to be respectable, is a superproduct of thought! Life begins when the illusion vanishes in Unitary Perception.

It had rained. The trees were dancing in the wind.
It is not that 'I listen'. The Universe listens. Listening happens all by itself. It does not need effort, only certain discipline which occurs naturally with understanding the workings of fragmentary perception.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Do we always think forward: tomorrow, next week, next year..?

And there comes a day when one sees, till the bone, in his life, that no pleasure, realization of this or that plan does not, will not bring happiness. Even a big love affair, as if from the postcard from the seaside, possessing another human being which is maybe the biggest pleasure, is just an illusion if thereby one wants to plug the big black hole of lack in himself. In fragmentary perception.

The words hunt us: sorrow, fear, loneliness, we think in words and we try to escape when they torture us. We never stop and examine what they mean deeper, what are those things which we call sorrow or loneliness in reality? What are they beneath the surface of the words?

Saturday, 7 May 2016

I have neurosis, you have neurosis, she has neurosis. We are all patients of a nut house. We have all inherited the brain of the same qualities. Fragmentary perception is characterized by anger, sorrow, confusion, contradiction, fear.. Then why do you not look at the guy in rage as just a fellow patient of the sanatorium? It is quite senseless to meet anger with anger. Meet anger, fear, sorrow with understanding. The man has just not learned about the importance of Unitary Perception. No wonder, it is not taught at school, it is not discussed on TV, it is not written about at the university. It is the most important fact of the human brain and the least known.
There is no tomorrow, that is a fact. Why spend the only moment there is in sorrow, fear, greed and loneliness of fragmentary perception? What is the sense in living in sorrow, fear, loneliness?
I is nothing. In fact there is no I. There is no tomorrow. Both are super-products of thought. Without thought there is no thinker and no time.
In fact it is not possible to escape that what is. Therefore the only option is to Be it.

Thursday, 5 May 2016

We think: 'if this or that happened, I would be happy'.. Yeah, right.. Did it ever happen? Satisfaction of something is not true satisfaction.
Being in fragmentary perception is sometimes ok and often not ok. Also it is quite fair to suspect it will be less and less ok. More or less comfortable hell in fact.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Poverty, overpopulation, immigration, economical crisis, war, the problems are pressing, multiplying and growing. They cannot be solved without Unitary Perception. First we must live in Unitary Perception.
A procession of young children singing a pop praise song about Virgin Mary being the queen of heaven just passed the street under my window. They are building one more church on the hill near the city. The power of illusion is growing by the minute. No one is even surprised. And it's not even that these 'fans' here are cutting peoples' throats like at some other places. Should one be happy?

Monday, 2 May 2016

What can thoughts do?  The 'I will die, I am lonely, I feel sorrow, I feel fear, I should not be afraid, I should not be greedy, I should be admired', I, I, I'..

What can thoughts do to us really? Even the 'I will die, I have to die. I will end', which is hard to bear for thought. What if there is no reaction of escape and just passive observation of all thought together with all that is perceivable?

Can thoughts do anything if we do not react and only passively observe them in silence? The content is not important, what is important is to learn about the structure of thought, the way it operates, not this or that particular non-functional thought but the characteristics of all non-functional thought. Its limits, its contradictions, its pettiness, its mistakes, illusions and lies.
For a lot of people living means doing something in life.

Here we talk about BEING life.

It can encompass doing something.

Sunday, 1 May 2016

I was sitting on a balcony and discovered it was not me listening. Everything was listening. It is not us seeing. In fact what sees is all there is.

Are you interested in miracles? You don't have to look too far. Take water, for example. Yes, water. H2O. Or the sun. Or a little leaf. And that you can be it all.