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Thursday, June 12, 2014

You can only observe a problem closely when you in self-forgetful way are one with the problem


A central theme in the philosophical life-practice is, whether there at all is any problem when you are the problem present in passive listening; that is to say: when you observe it incisively, very closely.

That will say: you can only observe the problem closely, incisively see wherein it consists, when you in self-forgetful way are one with the problem, when the observer is one with the observed.

And then there no longer is any problem, because then there is no reflections, displacements and darkness between the observer and the observed, but on the contrary a presence of something, which not is hidden, a presence of something apparently, something the individual has a clear understanding of.

It is a presence of something straightforward, a presence in naturalness.

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