Joy of Being

Being is a constant joy and it’s not one bit capable of creating misery; and Being is the only reality. 
Notwithstanding the Truth of Being, identification with “my truth”, as in making personal the perception of likes, dislikes, desires, aversions, wants and not wanted makes people feel angry and sets the stage for illusions of misery.  
Everything is made of thought, but Being is not a thought. Neither is Being anything that wants thought, or that wants to avoid thought. 
Being is witnessing thought, and in the instant its recognized that no thought is really about Being, all matters of misery evaporate at their mental roots….leaving only Joy of Being. 
Thank you for the joyful presence that you Be. I love you!

Death is an Illusion

There is no death. The idea that anyone can be put out of their misery is an illusion. The experience of pain and suffering without wisdom is what gives power to such an insane idea.

In fact, the majority of human relationships to religion and spirituality are based on the concept that this life is miserable, and that if they are obedient to certain precepts their misery will be magically removed by a higher power.

I tell the infallible truth when I say that this way of perceiving life causes misery to multiply, and until the root insanity is recognized there can be no real relief from pain and suffering.

The only way out is through the sensations as they arrive and depart within the physical structure. The one who’s willing to give up all thought and turn attention to the body’s sensations will receive revelations as to the root cause of all forms of misery.

In every instance that attention is turned from mind to sensation wisdom develops within, and any wisdom that’s developed can never be destroyed…not even through physical death.

I invite everyone to drop ideas of “my pain”, “my disease”, “my anger”, and simply embrace the feeling sensation that these guests bring to your awareness. I promise that they bear gifts of infinite wisdom if you will only stop permitting the mind to identify them as yours while trying to push them away.

May the all consuming fire of ultimate peace, comfort and happiness prevail in every being until the roots of pain and suffering are completely disintegrated.

In love!

Leaving Misery

The miserable may keep their misery – If that’s what they choose, I don’t mind.

But I will not be convinced to join in their misery…because I’m aware that the peaceful presence abiding within me is the living Christ…and I will not permit my mind to place any gods before Him.