Tuesday, 17 January 2012

No Difference Whatsoever

"If you can meet with triumph and disaster and treat those two impostors just the same." Rudyard Kipling
Usually when I'm travelling on the bus with my eyes open, I notice the views are constantly changing. One moment the bus is driving through a "nice" area of London then you're in an area that's not so nice. If I don't want to judge what I'm seeing, I observe from the place of stillness.

Today, I decided to keep my eyes closed throughout the journey. Because I was seeing with my inner self, it made no difference whatsoever where the bus was travelling as everything felt the same; and the journey was very peaceful.

When I experience life with my senses, I see difference and separation.

When I experience life with my inner being/inner silence, I see equality and unity.


Related articles: Them and Us Mentality; Beyond the Senses; No Respect Whatsoever!; All Numbers are Equal; Everywhere is Fair Game; The Observer; Seeing Through Rose-Tinted Glasses; Through a Glass Darkly; When Being Good is Not Enough