Friday, February 26, 2010

"We" cannot conceive of the conceivING which we ARE.

Mind must not be conceivED:

ConceivING is what it IS.


That which is conceivED

Is conceived by a "you" or a "me";

ConceivING is the Mind

Which is what we ARE.---Wei Wu Wei

Monday, February 22, 2010

"this" and "that"

If we clearly apperceive the difference
Between direct apprehension in Whole-mind
And relative comprehension by reasoning
In mind divided into subject-and-object,
All the apparent mysteries will disappear.

For that will be found to be the key
Which unlocks the doors of incomprehension.---Wei Wu Wei


Noumenon, after all, is what phenomenality IS

And all that relativity IS---is Absolute.---Wei Wu Wei

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Noumenon and phenomenon

It's very simple.

All there IS, is Consciousness, so all there IS, is Noumenon.

When "you experience" Consciousness, it's phenomenon.

---Wayne Liquorman

"Mind" Our Own Business

Phenomena ARE "mind,"
All that is sensorially-perceived IS "mind,"
And we are the perceiving sentience.

Sentience as such is phenomenal experience of "mind,"
And "mind" means, and is, noumenon.

The apparent existence of phenomena
Is the apparent existence of "mind,"
But we can only be conscious of "mind,"
When we become aware of noumenal presence,
Using the word "I" to indicate our phenomenal absence.---Wei Wu Wei

Friday, February 19, 2010

I am neither object nor subject

I AM THE ANSWER, what is being looked-for, the sought, and as such unfindable.

Precisely because it is I that am askING, lookING, or seekING, and so am devoid of objective or apparent being.

For I am neither object nor subject, but the presence of the mutual absence of both---which is the only presence there could ever be.

Why is this so?

Because all things appear extended in space-time, and their extension, and all that is extended, is what I am.

Note: Yes, you can say it also, and any apparent sentient being.---Wei Wu Wei

Thursday, February 18, 2010

I am THIS which is devoid of objectivity as of identity

THAT (which is "objectivisable") cannot possibly be free.
THIS (which is not objectivisable) cannot possibly be bound.

If I am apparently identified with that which is objectivisable, that "me" so-created is bound.
If I remain unidentified with what is objectivisable, or if I am released from such apparent identification, I, eternally free, appear to recover my apparently lost freedom.

For I am THIS which is devoid of objectivity as of identity.
What I am not is THAT, which appears to be identified with what is objectivised.

Yes, indeed, it is as simple as that.

Note: The identification in question is conceptual only; otherwise what is objectivisable and what is not are identical.---Wei Wu Wei

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

who is looking for what?

I am no object, you are pure I.
The Sought is the Seeker---
All else is just bondage.---Wei Wu Wei

Saturday, February 13, 2010


He who binds to himself a joy
Doth the winged life destroy.
But he who kisses the joy as it flies,
Lives in eternity's sunrise.---William Blake

Friday, February 12, 2010


Haven't you heard of someone seasoned in the Way of Ease,

Who neither rejects thought nor seeks Truth?

This Clear Light is beyond all opposites;

Like space it knows no boundaries,

Never coming or going, it's already complete.

It is only when you hunt for it that you lose it.

You cannot take hold of it, but equally you cannot escape it.

And while you can do neither, it goes on its own Way.---Yung-chia

Thursday, February 11, 2010

What ISN'T a concept?

The implied Unicity, the totality of undivided mind, is itself a concept of its own division, for relatively "it" cannot be conceived or known at all.

All that could ever be known about "it" is that being Absolute, it has no objective existence whatever, other than that of the totality of all possible phenomena which constitute its relative appearance.

---Wei Wu Wei


Anything to which we can cling is not our sacred self. For some, the trust is present to let go of all, including assurance of knowing.---Robert Wolfe

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Is it a concept?

Ram Tzu knows this...

The Truth is unspeakable.
It can only be pointed at.

The more elaborate and ornate
The sign post
The more easily do you
Mistake it for the destination.

Except for you
Oh so spiritual ascetics.

For you...

The plainer and simpler
The sign post
The more easily do you
Mistake it for the destination.

Monday, February 8, 2010

I, "too ubiquitous to measure"

That which is entirely unlimited and unbounded is uncontainable, thus unlocatable. Not restricted by anything, there could be no point at which it was not; permeating everything that was material or immaterial, no such thing as "space" would remain. There being no location at which it was not fully present, "distance" would be irrelevant: here is there without interface.---from Absolute Enigma by Robert Wolfe

Saturday, February 6, 2010

-ING !

Living is an absolutely

non-objectifiable continuum,

an ever-present-now.

--- Jean Klein

Friday, February 5, 2010

"Not two" points to "THIS"

Consider the following.

There is no possibility of separation from "present experienc-ING".

Everything, every "external object" and every "internal state" are, in that regard, aspects of "present experienc-ING", not independent realities.

So, in this verticality of "present experienc-ING", looking/seeking for something "else" can serve no point.

"THIS" ("present experienc-ING") IS "IT", already, always.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

"I never call myself."

Consciousness is its own proof, without object and without witness.---Jean Klein

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

from chapter 2 of All Else Is Bondage

The seeing of Truth cannot be dualistic (a "thing" seen).
It cannot be seen by a see-er, or via a see-er.
There can only be a seeing which itself is Truth.---Wei Wu Wei

Monday, February 1, 2010

closing an open door?

I neither exist nor do not exist,
I neither am nor am not.
What I am is inexpressible by means of any concept such as "existence" or "being"---nor is what I am conceptually definable at all.
Any attempt whatever to express or to apprehend what I am---which is what you are---is closing an open door in order to pass through it.---Wei Wu Wei

Absolute Presence

The "seeker" is looking for some "thing".

(It may be definite or vague)

"Inherent Awakeness" is not some "thing"

Awake to some "thing" else,

But is seamlessly whole.