Steele Creek Park, COE Camp, Whitney, TX—Over the last week, Glenn of ToSimplify.net and I have been hanging out about once or twice a day. Discussing everything from Solar Panels to Spiritual Enlightenment to Salt Water Flushes.
What I have noticed—and in noticing it, it has become a practice—that in conversations, I feel much more “contracted” (solid) than I feel in isolation.
An insightful reply to this observation might be something along the lines of, “Duh!,” but from my perspective I find it both fascinating and disturbing.
In isolation, most thoughts are no more important to me than random sounds—see my last post—but during conversations, the thoughts have a felt urgency to be taken (somewhat) seriously in order to participate in the conversation in a coherent manner.
Sometimes though—and only very rarely and only when I am consciously practicing it—I can step back as the Radiance (the thin, open portal) and allow the Light to flow through me-as-the-portal, hit the brain, get bent by the mind and converse on its own.
That is very cool when it happens.
But it doesn’t happen unless I catch myself, and I don’t catch myself nearly as much as I’d like to.
But I have faith.
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