Paul Dobson and nondual therapist Nic Higham speak with Cormac Doherty. There is the fabricated dimension of language and communication, belief and ideology, as well as assumption and inference. There’s also the dimension, however, of real-time-no-time experiencing.
The latter is abundantly rich and ultimately impossible to capture in language, even though we try. This dimension is the raw actuality of this moment, the immediacy of This, right here and now. On top of it, the thought arises, “I am having an experience.” But what is this indescribable ‘suchness’ or ‘giveness’ prior to identification and conceptualisation?
This question is essentially ontological or existential in nature, one that each apparent person must answer for themselves. Once we’re out of our belief systems we once took to be an accurate representation of reality, an exploratory component of experiencing is accessible.
This ontological question is not about getting somewhere and striving to fill in the elusive gaps. It’s not about seeking to reach the pinnacle of cerebral or even spiritual understanding. It’s an on-going experiential exploration, the clear and direct ‘seeing’ of whatever is unfolding spontaneously within this timeless presence. This One Life with which we’re already profoundly intimate. The very foundation and essence of our inherited ideas and assumptions. https://ift.tt/36Jl4lT Music by Scott Buckley – https://ift.tt/2Z3BnG5