Satisfy Your Craving for Existence with a Fix of Ordinary Perfection
Words are for communication. When you are alone, there is no need for words. A wordless mind is a different mind. Try it. Take a language fast: isolate yourself for a day, kill the TV, keep mum, and avoid reading or writing.
Without words, the mind is without its usual tools of distinction. Each word, after all, means something; each word defines, delineates, denotes, describes, divides and edits the Suchness of what is.
Live a day in this spacious wordlessness. See what emerges. Notice how all these comparative notions of perfection and excellence phase out. In a state of wordless awareness, there is nothing to prove or disprove.
Instead of craving existence we begin noticing that we already exist. Instead of chasing ideals, we notice the reality.¬†Speechless, we begin to feel in awe.
the domino effect of your words
back to the Original Silence –
To a moment
before your Mind
created the word “mind.”
Somov, P. (2011). Satisfy Your Craving for Existence with a Fix of Ordinary Perfection. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 1, 2016, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindful-living/2010/08/satisfy-your-craving-for-existence-with-a-fix-of-ordinary-perfection/