“When the observer melts into…”


Where is the sense of “self” for you?

Is it in “I” and “me” or “existence” itself?

It is the very existence that observes everything, on the other hand, it is the “I” or “me” that judges anything.

In order to make observation, for instance, we have a necessary to put in perspective much broader and higher that cannot have at the “I” level.

And if once you experience to change the perspective of “the existence” and “I”, you will recognize the clear differences in the sense of “self” through your own experience.

Since the observer is not “I”, there is no ego there, and the observed is perceived as the existence, so there is no ego there either.

Furthermore, as we go further, the observer and the observed melt in each other and integrate to the one. So, we become the Oneness itself.

However, if it’s hard to be an observer’s point of view, imagine yourself as a bird flying over the world’s tallest Everest.

The perspective is at very high and wide, isn’t it?

And if you don’t bring “I” or “me” up there, it means that you will be able to tear away “the existence” from the identity of the ego, and simply come back to your true nature.

And carefully observe from there when and what the ego, which you’ve thought of as yourself, reacts to, and what your Wonder Child, who is deeper inside, is enthusiastic about, and so on.

Then, when love springs up for the whole you, embrace it all with that love. That moment, you are the very existence, the essence, your true nature. 🙏🌈✨


Author: absolute_spirit_with_you

Motivational speaker, Spiritual messenger, Philosopher. The truth I found is that it's only me to accept. I, not I, am the only one who exists in the infinite universe. It's only now and here.

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