Thursday, September 23, 2010

no longer seeking

interestingly Bob referred to those 'self realised' people as those that were no longer seeking.
Well, although i am not 'self realised', i am no longer seeking. The meeting tonight left me with the distinct impression that there are no more questions i need to ask.
Now it's just the interesting game of continuing to do what is in front of me while noticing the old habits of emotional reaction as they arise.
i am content to reside in the 'now' of events.
i may or may not get 'cooked' but it is out of my control. I am willing, i am hopeful, i am accepting of whatever eventuates. If nothing changes from where i currently am, then life is still very good.

here, now, life is good.
come springtime and knowing is,
i'll still chop the wood.

1 comment:

Roy said...

Yes, as Bob said, the search ends. And it is known that there isn't any-one seeking or who ever sought. There really, literally isn't an 'I'. I find it difficult to read Advaita now since I know what is being pointed to. But, still language is used and so I have to say I. It would sound pretty silly to try to avoid it.