Some ways of relating to what’s here:
Fixing & Healing
I can wish to fix it, heal it.
This can come from a wish to avoid feeling what’s here, which in turn comes from assumptions about what’s here and what it means.
Or from love and noticing what’s here.
I can find love for what’s here.
This is a medicine for a habit of resisting what’s here and see it as bad. Some tools include metta, tonglen, ho’oponopono, and the heart prayer.
I can notice it’s already love.
This is a medicine for not noticing what’s here as love. Any beliefs and reactive emotions are innocent, come from love, and are love. Also, consciousness and it’s content is love.
I can find myself as love, loving presence for what’s here.
A shift into finding myself as love, and the loving presence it’s happening within and as.
I can allow what’s here.
A shift into allowing what’s here.
I can notice what’s here is already allowed.
It’s already allowed. It’s effortlessly here. Is it true it’s not already allowed? (Even this resistance?)
This can shift into finding myself as the allowing and what’s allowed.
This third option is what happens when the images, words and sensations making up an appearance of a doer and observer are recognized as images, words and sensations, and identification is released out of it and back into consciousness and all of its content. It’s a shift from relating to what’s here, to being it, being the whole field of consciousness. Or, more precisely, from appearing to be an observer and doer relating to what’s here, to the whole field of consciousness and it’s content noticing itself as just that.