Abide in the Question

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Schrodinger, Einstein, Jesus and Rumi; philosophers, prophets and mystics through the ages —what are they driving at?

What is the common theme, the unifying Truth espoused by great minds of every time and culture, embraced by an ever-increasing number of people today, in an unprecedented techno-spiritual Renaissance?

Wait a second—don’t offer up some quick and easy answer. Sit with the question. Take it in.

It’s tempting to respond with “We are one,” or “God is Love,” or some other catchy little gem of wisdom. But I’m not fishing for words. I want to go deeper.

What weaves us together?

I don’t care whether you call it God or Buddha nature. Call it Spirit; call it Consciousness or love, or ‘the quantum source field’ or whatever. It doesn’t matter. Don’t be content with a label.

Forget the names—what are they pointing at? Whatever it is, we’re immersed in it. Touch it, taste it, breathe it in.

Don’t refer back to the books you’ve read, or what some wise man may have told you. Forget what Patanjali said, and Oprah and Chopra too. Don’t let anyone tell you what is real. See for yourself.

Who are you? What is “I” made of? Where does thought come from? Is there anything you can really know for sure?

The questions are a doorway into the mystery—dive in.

Just feel after God.

Seek out the elusive edge between “self” and “other.” Is it really there?

Seek out the essence, the core of your being, the source of your awareness and your will to choose. No more second-hand descriptions—experience it directly. Or does it experience you?

Abide in the question, not knowing… Go deeper.

No more words.

~ Ben

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2 thoughts on “Abide in the Question

  1. As long as there is safety seeking there will be necessarily Authority.

    No matter the field, authority exists, as a compensation for each individual´s fear to investigate for himself.

    That is, to have a direct, unmediated experience, entails responsibility
    to find out and examine for yourself. That´s exactly what people generally avoid, due to fear of facing their loneliness.

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