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From emptiness, through love and compassion, you crystallize the truth; you attain your being and become infinite openness in the moment of now, for the moment of now, as spontaneity. In spontaneity, there is no duality, no good or bad, big or small, all dualities are transcended. In awareness, there are no distinctions, no divisions, no abstractions or projections. In awareness, everything is as it is. You can define that as enlightenment.
If everything is as it is, what is the point of it? The point is that you enjoy it. Enjoyment is spontaneity in the moment. If you are not enjoying the moment, you are not aware.
This is the meditation. Wherever you are, whoever you are, and whatever you are doing, always enjoy it. Whatever you are trying to achieve, attain, or own, enjoy! If you find that enjoyment is gone, you better stop everything at that moment. Close your eyes. Witness. Be aware. Be present in the moment now. Do nothing and wait. This moment of now is full of joy for simply being. Open your eyes, and continue to move from the spaceless joy inside of you, from the moment of awareness that you are. Awareness that you are is divine joy.
Don’t try to find a reason to move on. If you do so you will go against the whole existence because you will move in the mind by the mind.
Meditation is blissfulness, blissfulness is compassion, and compassion is gratitude. Meditation connects all aspects of your being into a oneness in which you experience grace, love, compassion, intelligence, intuition, bliss, joy, creativity, gratitude.
When you meditate, you are in a state of delight. When you are ecstatic about this blissful state, you share it with others in the form of compassion. When you share your delight with the whole of existence, instead of directing it toward someone in particular, then gratitude spontaneously arises. Gratitude is simple being able to meditate, be compassionate, and open to share with the whole.
You can’t practice compassion; it’s a consequence of meditation. Without meditation, energy is only passionate. With meditation, the same energy becomes compassion. Meditation is about purifying passion into compassion. Passion is the way the mind occupies itself so it can forget the emptiness of being, whereas compassion is a celebration of this emptiness of being. It’s a dance of fulfillment, the fullness of All-That-Is. You are so fulfilled that you want to share it with the whole.
Passion is desire, which is full of goals and achievements, whereas compassion is a state of desirelessness, with nothing to do and nowhere to go. It involves just being and sharing. If compassion arises as a result of your meditation, gratitude will come as a deep and silent prayer. It’s the final step before your being melts within the one infinite being.
Let me emphasize something I already stated: gratitude isn’t toward anything or anyone in particular. It isn’t even toward one infinite being. It’s simply gratefulness for being able to be grateful. In other words, it’s nothing other than the process of being.
The mind thinks in terms of giving and taking back. It doesn’t have any respect for life, and it knows nothing of gratitude, only ungratefulness. Realize that the mind can’t exist in innocence, humbleness, love, compassion, and gratefulness.
Can you be grateful for disease, pain, misery, and suffering? The mind complains of a multitude of things all the time, such as, “I’m giving so much to life, but what am I getting in return?” In being meditation, you are simply flowering in compassion and feeling gratefulness for All-That-Is. You are All-That-Is, which means you are gratefulness itself. There’s no going “toward,” no “points” to consider, no “others,” just the oneness of All-That-Is.
In being meditation, you are free to move into the unknown. Your compassion grows in the unknown; and whatever unknown it brings to you, you accept it and are grateful. Whatever your situation may be, you are accepted and loved by the whole. The whole of existence is pulsating in your heart as deep gratitude for simply being.
- Ivan Rados, The Middle Point
Be aware when you meditate, for within your own understanding and ideas within the mind, you might create an image of “meditation’, “awareness”, “emptiness” or “nothingness” and convince yourself to think, “That’s it. I’ve got it.” Then you might practice meditation according to those images. This is a huge mistake. Be careful you don’t create such an image for yourself.
Understanding can also become an obstacle in your meditation if you tell yourself, “I have understanding. I won’t create an image in my mind. I won’t be caught up in my thoughts. I won’t let the mind bother me.” In thinking this way, the mistake is to conceive of yourself as “I.” Try not to get caught up in this approach. Instead, just meditate and do nothing. Don’t become busy creating concepts in your mind, which is entirely unnecessary.
Emptiness and nothingness don’t mean that this is a condition in which there’s nothing, but rather that everything is fully present in the now. Everything is as-it-is. You are simply aware. There’s no ego-mind clouding, contaminating, separating, or controlling the awareness, the emptiness, the nothingness. This emptiness and nothingness as your awareness is a condition where nothing bothers—where No-Thing and things are interconnected and in harmony.
If you think about nothingness in a conceptual way, it’s easy to have an idea of something, like your body being full and complete until, out of the blue, it disappears. In enlightenment, the body will be where it is, the earth will spin at the same speed, and the sun will shine the same light as it always does. Everything will be as-it-is. You will be clear of limited perception, images, thoughts, impressions, and ignorance. You will be nothingness as the fullness of All-That-Is.
Nothingness is no-self as One-Self, since all of our desires, goals, possessing, and wanting hang around the concept of self, of “I” am. If “I” am, then a thousand and one concepts will crop up. If I am not, and only awareness is, then how can concepts appear out of nothingness?
When you become nothingness, you have awareness that you are neither this nor that. You are not the concept, the ego, the self, just a vast emptiness. That’s why people are wary of meditation. The thought of emptiness frightens them.
If nothingness were to be taken away from the whole structure of things, the entire world would collapse.