Here - Now. michael sean symonds





Here, where awareness is already aware, there is no awakening; but there is always the fullness of wake-full-ness.

Here, what’s here is what’s important; what’s here replaces the need for belief or philosophy, understanding or analysis.

Here, in the wake-full-ness of now, what is – is infinitely more valuable than anything that can be.

Here, outside thought, thinking and thinker, outside unity/not unity, there is only an infinite ocean of Being.

Here, where awareness is aware, IT is a thought; here, IT is an emotion; here, IT is joy and sadness, confusion and clarity.

Here, IT is seeing; here, IT is hearing; here, IT is touching, smelling and tasting.  Here, IT is ever-present Awareness, Knowing no-thing but now.

Here, change, progression and transcendence are irrelevant.  What’s relevant is what’s here: the unchanging timelessness Knowing of now.

Here, the love of the beloved is the impulse – now.  Here – as Awareness, there is the direct, seamless, naked, intimacy with this beloved now.

Here, this is the yoga of Being, this is the yoga of now.

As awareness, there is no vibration or energy; there’s no creation or manifestation; there’s no perfection or imperfection and there’s no veil or journey.  As Awareness, there’s no discipline or will power; there’s no block, shadow or realization; there is no negative or positive – no heaven or hell.

Here and Now, there is no identification, dependency or referral to thought, feeling, emotion, perception, association, memory, belief, knowledge or understanding.

Here/Now – I AM.

Here/Now – everything is: nothing Being something – something Being nothing.

Here/Now – there is delight in Being: with eyes there is seeing, with ears there is hearing, with nose and mouth – smelling and tasting can be savored.

Here and Now, senses are overwhelmed by the fullness of Being, a divine sweetness pervades all so-called matter, all circumstance, all situations.

Life thrives fully and freely here and now, both in the so-called up and down.

Here, matter and not matter – don’t matter.

Now, the breath rests deeply in Being; there’s only experiencing here.

Here, there’s no experience and there’s no experience-er.

Now, the impulse of the beloved is naked and direct: without interpretation, without understanding, without story.

Here, the gravity of silence endlessly, tirelessly, pulls what is sacred unto itself; here, a stillness can be found in the bosom of this Awareness.

Now, the beloved endlessly, seamlessly, weaves the fabric of this life together.

Let attention fall gently as here/now Self.  Drink forever the divine nectar of this water, both the sweet and the sour of this and that.  Let hearing, tasting, touching, smelling and Seeing rest deeply, as the Divine inhabits the everyday. Let there be abandon to all notions of distinction and separation, to a “me” that wants to be.

I AM not touched by this life and yet life touches me deeply.  In the hearing, tasting, touching, smelling – where seeing the unseen is forever seen.

Here and Now, the knower is the Knowing; this is the Yoga of what is.  In Being, you will see there was never any becoming.  In Being, you will see there was already/always completeness and never any arriving.  Here and now, is where I, Awareness, stand; I stand forever naked as Awareness only.

[From Intimations On Eternity]












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