Who I Really Am

 

In writings about these things, I often see that the Absolute is referred to as more real than our human and transient aspect. There is often a phrase such as “who I really am”, meaning capacity for the world, the unborn, etc.

It is just a convenient way of saying it, although it can also come across as a little onesided.

When I look, I find that neither my absolute or temporary aspects seem to be more or less real. I am fully both, until I am not.

And from a Big Mind view, I see that “I” will continue to be both even after the death of my human self.

One is distinct from the world of phenomena and any characteristics. The other is the world of phenomena. None more or less real than the other.

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