(Slightly rambling (!) as so many of these posts…)
It seems so simple. There is no doer, only doing. That is all.
The content is not neccesarily any different, just the realization that there is no doer. It is all just happening.
This is the awakening of what is to its own nature. To having no “I” as a segment of what is. No “I” in the human self, no “I” in pure awareness, no “I” anywhere else.
And from the view of the largest whole, that which is beyond and includes all polarities, this is how it has to be. It all happens on its own, the whole fluid seamless form of phenomena is moving and shifting as an ocean. It all just happens. It is the movements of God.
It is God as emptiness, as awareness and as the fluid seamless whole of phenomena.
How could there be an absolute “I” within or as any of this, unless it is the whole of what is?
There is no “I” anywhere. And the whole of all of it – God, Spirit, Buddha Mind – is the only “I” there is.
There is only the doing, no individual doer. And that is the case for all there is.
And in this awakening, there is also the awakening to the ground of all there is. That which all phenomena arises within and as.
The ground is emptiness, and the forms are emptiness dancing.
Nothing is left out. Nothing is excluded.
It is just what is, as it is – with no doer, only the doing.