Into the Void

When you see beyond yourself, you have the objectivity to see things as they are.

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Sit.

Close your eyes. Slow your breath. Quiet the mind. Hush your voice. Release illusory differences.

Empty yourself.

In the void, you cannot say where you end, and the other begins. Connected by emptiness. Coming from nothingness. No gaps. No density. No boundaries. You are interwoven into the fabric of totality.

You sought because you were lost — but only lost in relative comparison to your expectations. How do I attain my desires? So you meditate. But only in truly losing your way, your desires, do you find the Way. Your true self. The No-Self.

See the essential. When you see beyond yourself, you have the objectivity to see things as they are. We are not solid. Like bodies of water, we merge when we come together. So we must tend to one another.

Compassion is our only truth. You could have been nothing. Stayed nothing. The start of our existence was the first act of compassion — to continue to exist is continued compassion. This has always been the Way.

Exhale.

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