Saturday, August 7, 2010
The master thinks when he chooses to.
He is able to choose not to.
The mind is very useful:
It is able to look back.
It is able to look forward.
But it is not able to see where it is.
Looking back, it can learn from what has been.
Looking forward, it can learn what might be.
Like an eye, it has a blind spot:
It is unable to see itself, or where it is.
Awareness allows existence.
Without it, there is no present moment.
Stopping the mind allows the stopping of time.
Awareness is all that remains.
The master uses his mind as he chooses to.
But his awareness is where he lives.