A compilation of texts I’ve received from a certain Spiritual Guide
“Having lived long, I have learned that not one thing is true– it’s all true.” Ernest Hemingway.
“No thought, no reflection, no analysis, no cultivation, no intention; let it settle itself.” Tilopa
Meditation is bearing witness to thoughts as they arise like bubbles from the bottom of a pond. Don’t add to the thoughts, just watch them rise, burst, and vanish. Eventually they stop rising.
In your desirelessness lies your only fulfillment.
“In your complete helplessness suddenly the whole Existence moves to help you” -Osho
Hope is desire for things to be other than they are. Without hope you deal with reality.
Pessimism is expectation of the worst. This is no expectation and no preferences. Nothing is better or worse.
You are all neutral, accepting all.
The admission of confusion is the beginning of enlightenment.
In your hopelessness lies your only hope.
If you have no desires you are fulfilled.
Helpless, you are not striving, but moving with existence.
Let it be.