Make the Divine Discovery About Your True Self
Make the Divine Discovery About Your True Self
  • Posted: September 4, 2008
  • Duration: 8min 1sec
Talk Notes

There is an order of being that already exists as a possibility in the consciousness of humanity. This order of consciousness never gets caught up in trying to repair things the way our minds currently do. Because our minds are always busy trying to fix something psychologically, we automatically assume that what the mind is working on is worth fixing.

The divided mind believes that there is a difference between the discoverer and the discovered. In reality there is no essential difference between the discoverer and the discovered. Yet throughout our days, our minds are constantly switching back and forth from playing the role of the discoverer to playing the role of the discovered. We usually do not notice the moment at which the mind switches from being the "thinker" to being the "object" of thought. We vacillate from being the self who is thinking things through, to being the thing that needs to be thought through. And so we go back and forth all day long, being used without even noticing that this process is taking place.

In truth you are neither the discoverer nor the discovered. Latent within you is the possibility of living from an order of being that holds and reveals these opposites. Living from this order of life, you become the discovering--the seeing itself. You become aware of the opposites instead of being captured by one or the other. The opposites then cease to be a punishment, and instead actually begin to serve something higher.

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