Welcome to the Space that always is…

Living in the Unknown

One of the great aspects of living in the unknown is that you no longer have to do anything. Everything is done for you. Events that once caused disturbance, problems and chaos are free to happen. You never had control over them anyway. Life continues to tumble out of nowhere and become part of the natural unfolding, only now you are unburdened.

Even the body walks itself, sleeps itself and feeds itself. This may seem like a radical shift of perspective but it is the truth. When I say ‘there’s nothing to do’, I mean literally, ever. Only the idea of you, a mind-made construct, thinks it is actually the doer. Nothing ever effects you when Life is lived in the timeless space, empty of content, ideas, labels, desires, and fears.

“What kind of a life is that!?” you may ask. My response would be: “A sane life.” Nothing can touch you. You are simply witnessing life, moment to moment. You are free, unattached to any outcome, without motive, appearing to play a part in the divine show, no more or less important than any other element. There is nothing to prove, no need to be special.

It doesn’t matter if you are homeless or rich, sick or dying, starving or stuffed, because you realize that not even the bodily-centered identification you once believed holds any sway or effects who you really are.

Life will always take the body form where it needs to go, so holding on or resisting is seen as a futile exercise. Life is always simple, and when you live from the unknown, it reveals itself as a breath of fresh air.

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