The Primordial Assumption.

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The primordial assumption:

we imagine we are;

the

assumption

&

belief in a single

“I”

results in the supposition there are multiple “I’s”.

With the apparent rising of a

single

“I”,

an infinite numbers of additional, diverse, assumptions

appear

to

arise

&

subside;

they appear to cause suffering.

“I” assumes there is one substance that becomes two.

“I” assumes it is the mind.

“I” assumes it is the body.

“I” ascribes power to the mind & the body,

where there is none.

“I” ascribes power to thought, thinking, & thinker,

where there is none.

“I” imagines there is

coming

&

going;

it assumes it

comes

&

goes.

“I” imagines there is a doer,

it assumes

there

is

authorship, doer ship, ownership.

“I” imagines there is cause & effect,

it assumes

it

can

do something, think something, have something,

say something – be something.

“I” imagines something needs to be changed, fixed or

transformed;

“I” assumes something can be

gained

&

lost.

“I” grasps & clings to its assumptions – it

fears those assumptions.

Repeal of the first assumption repeals all other assumptions;

repeal “happens” naturally by resting AS awareness until

idea & identification

with/to

the first assumption

 no longer remains.

Rest as the primordial “I”;

rest as the no “me” – “me”:

the “I” prior to

thoughts & words,

ideas

&

beliefs.

Rest as awareness

until it is seen One is already/always One,

even

with the apparent

appearance

of

two.

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