Monday, May 31, 2010

I am---but not, not ever, not possibly---as an object.

What is considered real

is actually

an illusory aspect of

the true reality.

The true reality

is considered unreal


it cannot be verified.

---Wayne Liquorman


  1. "verified" is an interesting word here. It seems to me to be pointing to a "non-dual perception" - meaning, I think, that the "true reality" is not a thing so there can't be objective verification of it, nor can it be experienced as a separate object. Does it strike you in the same way?