Simple and immediate

Some of the last posts are examples of something that is very simple as it happens, but sounds far more abstract and complicated when I write it down…

In a way, it is not so difficult to write relatively precisely about this in a way that sounds abstract and convoluted, and it is not so difficult to express it in simple, more immediate, and less accurate way.

The trick is to talk about it in a way that is simple, precise, and immediate.

Adyashanti does it, in a way that appears effortless. Genpo Roshi as well, especially through the Big Mind process. Byron Katie does it, although limited to the narrow (yet all encompassing) aspect of beliefs.

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