Being knowingly the Self

Being knowingly the Self
Indeed, “fascination with objects” does not remove presence. Nothing does since there is nothing apart from it to remove it.. In essence and in appearance, all is presence. (All events are none other than presence).
And yet, there is quite a difference between “being presence knowingly” and “being presence unknowingly”.

Everything is presence. Yet, as long as this knowingness has not been fully realized as our direct uninterrupted revelation, it remains academic.
It is ungraspable and unconceivable, but it is realizable.
In this realization, I am THAT (with the death of the sense of separation).
The realization of wholeness (of the Self) reveals the Self as the indivisible wholeness of being.

  • Lori Ann Lothian Thank you. This is the key 🔑. It’s not graspable but it can be realized. The realization however is via the operation of grace. Until then no amount of pointing will shift the academic mental ideation to a lived truth. That said. Grace operates in mysterious ways
    Magdi Badawy At some point we realize that grace appears as everything always pointing at and delivering the message of universal truth.
    It appears as discontent, as deception, as beauty, as crazy family patterns, as a friend…
    While in ignorance we only perceived good and bad, the contemplation of true nature changes our perception making it all embracing.

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