The Life In Me

I found a beautiful statement in Douglas Harding‘s The Hierarchy of Heaven and Earth:

The life in me is the life of the world.

When I find myself as headless, everything is me. The life of the world as it happens in the present, is quite literally the life in me.

There is nothing particularly esoteric or mystical about it. It is, as DH would say, plainly given.

I find myself as the inseparable capacity for the world and what arises in the present.

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