Thank you, Paul Moret , for your very kind words. I happen to be a book freak. I am always stopping at book sales, library sales and thrift stores. I have a list of specific books I’m always looking for and I have just added Wisdom Stories for the Planet Earth to that list. It sounds awesome. Thanks for the tip. I’m glad you enjoyed the story.
A lovely story. It reminds me of a book I found some 30 years ago.
The public library had books for sale that had been culled from their collection. For $.50 I purchased “Wisdom Stories for the Planet Earth” compiled by Ira Friedlander. It is a collection of teaching tales from around the world. I have read it over and over…
I like Tom Campbell’s take on all this (My Big Toe). Awful title, great book.
We are heavily partitioned ‘beings’. This allows ‘movement’, interaction and novel way of putting things together; A creative process.
But ‘movement’ is an illusion. We already have our finger in all the pies. ‘Travelling’…
Yes, the more one looks into this business the more one muses, ‘who is the dreamer and who is the dreamed?’
It sometimes feels as though we are in a mirror or topsy turvy world, with things being the opposite of what they are made out to be; We are not the dreamer, but the dreamed! (Like the tip of some unknown iceberg)
TheseEyesGod Some really strange mental feedback received while trying to flow within NowHere today. Main highlights, as observed from within:
A sharp sensation of habitual ties being cut. Perceived as confusing and somewhat painful. Feels like a chuteless leap into unknown.
Yes, belief is a restriction. It seems a natural crystallising process we fall into. We need to be on guard against it if we want to optimise possibilities.
As i mentioned earlier, i am warm to the dream analogy and suspect the state of being, after the physical body has been shed, is something akin to our nightly dream.