Thursday, March 30, 2006

Identity and disidentity.

At an early age (of the human) awareness becomes fascinated by the content of awareness - the world. Increasingly involvement with contents takes place and in the end identification occurs. At some stage there is an intuitive knowing that things are not quite right. In some cases spontaneous enlightenment occurs while in others there is a long period of seeking where the seeker goes looking for his true nature. But - for awareness to look for itself there has to be two, one looking for the other, as awareness is non-dual the difficulty is that awareness is trying to identify with something other than itself but this never satisfies it because it won't find its true self as something other than itself. There comes a point where it has to stop looking and simply acknowledge that it already is. And then it has found what was never lost.


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