A spiritual anarchist by nature, I find joy in exploring the potentiality of language to make attempts at expressing God’s Infinite Presence. Recognizing one’s true nature is our path to peacefulness. This true nature exists within all of us, just waiting for that holy instant to be seen or heard or felt – once found, this peacefulness transcends all fear.
“This consciousness literally IS a light to the world.
It lights up one’s whole experience of Being.
In the same way that awareness or consciousness is not an experience but allows ALL experience, consciousness is a light, a light that sees all the lights of the world but is not itself a visible light.
That’s why when I say consciousness lights up the whole world, yes, but it’s a different kind of light.
It innately transcends experience, good, bad, happy, sad.
That’s why in the east they would often talk about emptiness.
You are an intangibility at your essence, your core.
You’re here, and we think that I am here as an entity, but actually if we really look closely – the sense of I am here, I exist, there really isn’t a fixed, stable, entity to it. That image can exist within your experience, of course, but there’s something more primary. Its ungraspable.
You are not a thing.
This thing-ness happens, of course, but YOU – when you really follow it right into that immediacy – you just sort of disappear into intangibility. There’s nothing graspable there, and yet you are.
In the bible when God was asked to give an accounting of himself or herself, ‘WHAT ARE YOU GOD?’
All God would say is, I AM, I AM WHAT I AM
And that’s sort of the expression or the confession of your true nature.
I AM.”Excerpt from Adyashanti, March 14, 2020 broadcast: 1:02:28