Reality Is in What is

August 22nd ~ Instead of asking who has realized or what God is, why not give your whole attention and awareness to what is?  Then you will find the unknown, or rather it will come to you.  If you understand what is the known, you will experience that extraordinary silence that is not induced, not enforced, that creative emptiness in which alone reality can enter.  It cannot come to that which is being, which understands what is.  Then you will see that reality is not in the distance; the unknown is not far off; it is in what is.  As the answer to a problem is in the problem, so reality is in what is; if we can understand it, then we shall know truth.  

November 16th, 2019 ~ What is so difficult about sitting with ourselves alone and experiencing what is?  Is it that we are trained since childhood to seek advice?  To seek answers to questions posed to us?  To seek knowledge?  To seek approval?  Stepping back takes discipline.  It takes courage.  It takes effort.  


As in most posts on, italicization of words refers to the words of either Jiddu Krishnamurti or Albert Low.  The website writer’s words are in regular text.

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