Thinking, perceiving, feeling

All words as concessions, only as pointers for one’s own exploration:

I assumed a lot during my first 50 years; thinking was basically all I knew.

I lived as a conceptual “me” overlooking the peace and guidance “I am”.

Then “resting in being” came into the picture; the canvas of all experience.

Thinking = a tool, not a place to live in.

Perceiving = the act of rendering external/tangible objects, through the senses.

Feeling = the act of rendering internal/intangible objects.

Thinking, feeling, perceiving pertain to body-mind-world
(in Bible lingo ‘this¬†world’, versus ‘my kingdom’).

This “my kingdom” is not a place in space, nor an event in time; it is always here and now, as our natural state, always at hand, but of no use to the “natural man”, because mind can only process contrast, is fixated on objects.

Not a thinker’s question:
Who/what is thinking, feeling, perceiving?

Not theoretically, but as experience right here and now.

Resistance might arise: none-sense.


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