Desperately Seeking the Nondual

Over the last few days, I have noticed a sense of urgency around arriving at a stable nondual awakening. What is, still somewhat identified with/as a separate “I”, seeks to realize itself as it is – with no “I” anywhere.

One the one hand, I know that this sense of urgency often goes before a nondual awakening. On the other hand, I also know that it comes out of exactly what prevents the nondual realization – a belief in the thought “I”.

I need to arrive at a nondual awakening.

  1. Yes, seems true.
  2. No, an opinion.
  3. Sense of urgency. Going back in memory to past nondual glimpses, trying to recreate the realization or what (apparently) led up to the realization. Obsessed. Pushing ahead.
  4. Clear. Spacious. Present. OK with what is. Seeing more clearly.
  5. (a) I don’t need to arrive at a nondual awakening. (Yes, since it hasn’t “popped” yet, it is obviously not needed yet.)

    (b) My thoughts need to arrive at a nondual awakening. (Yes, that is the only way they can be liberated – in the context of a nondual awakening.)

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