No way out

 

After some exploration, we realize that there is no way out, in the sense of escaping content, and escaping content living its own life, on its own schedule.

And yet, there is a way out, in the sense of allowing identification to be released from this content, which means a release from the belief in stories, including the one of a separate self.

The two goes hand in hand. When there is a clarifying realization of content living its own life, there is a corresponding release of identification with content. And when there is a release of identification with stories (and content), there is a corresponding realization that content lives its own life, absent of a doer.

There more clearly we realize there is no way out, and find peace with it, releasing attachment to stories of how it should be different, there is a way out, in terms of a release of identification with content. There is a realization of content living its own life, inherently absent of an I with an Other, already and always absent of a doer.

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