Terell Kirby

God is Watching

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Can you feel into this? One thing that has been persistent throughout our entire lifetime is a state of watching...of witnessing. Who is the “I” that is watching? It’s extremely easy to answer this question with our human name....who’s backdrop is a human story of one that was born and one that will die.

This is not true...the watching is done by the one we cannot point to. Infinity (me, Us, You, God) cannot ever be known materially. Only through the act of watching. 

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Even watching can stop. It’s not permanent. Nothing is permanent. 


You mistake my Raja Yoga. 

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13 minutes ago, BipolarGrowth said:

Even watching can stop. It’s not permanent. Nothing is permanent. 

Watching is infinite :) 

Watching = Infinity = God = You

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8 minutes ago, Terell Kirby said:

Watching is infinite :) 

There is no watching in cessation. 


You mistake my Raja Yoga. 

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5 minutes ago, BipolarGrowth said:

There is no watching in cessation. 

There first is a knowing of cessation for you to even be able to speak on it. Your knowing of cessation is from your watching of cessation.

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God is Aware.

But Awareness is Being.

It is itself.

Also, perceiver & perceived / Subject & object are one.

In actuality, there is no such thing as perception, the human sense organs are being imagined within Awareness, like any waking life experience, thought and dream state. Everything that seems to be perceived is in fact totally DIRECT and it's being dreamed up by You.

The sense of self and the sense of reality are imaginary -- 'the act of watching' is not an activity/process. It's pure Being.

 

 

Edited by Anahata

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Just because there is knowing before and after cessation does not mean there is knowing in a cessation. Even samadhi is separate from watching. It’s commonly referred to as neither perception nor nonperception. 


You mistake my Raja Yoga. 

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5 minutes ago, Anahata said:

God is Aware.

But Awareness is Being.

It is itself.

 

God is Aware = God is Watching. We speak the same language ❤️

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Just now, Terell Kirby said:

God is Aware = God is Watching. We speak the same language ❤️

Bless ❤

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1 hour ago, BipolarGrowth said:

Even watching can stop. It’s not permanent. Nothing is permanent. 

Nothing(ness) is permanent, eternal.

NoThing is permanent. 

All imagined constructs within reality are impermanent. But, there are no construct(s) for it is not its, but rather "that which is" and that is Infinite.

Which is "now" and that is also Nothing, eternal.

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47 minutes ago, Nos7algiK said:

Nothing(ness) is permanent, eternal.

NoThing is permanent. 

All imagined constructs within reality are impermanent. But, there are no construct(s) for it is not its, but rather "that which is" and that is Infinite.

Which is "now" and that is also Nothing, eternal.

There’s nothing that is permanent. Nothingness is a fine bundle of sensations, but it is a temporary experience and illusion nonetheless. 


You mistake my Raja Yoga. 

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Nothing is permanent is a paradox just by stating it. If nothing is truly permanent then the concept of "nothing is permanent" is a permanent feature of reality. But, that is just playing word games.

 

Nothingness is the concept of the cup being only as useful as it's emptiness. Without Nothiness, there could be no somethingness. It only "is" and it is not separate from you. Sensation is conceived from Nothiness. The idea of time, temporary is conceived from Nothingness. 

"Nothingness is the womb in which infinite possibilities are birthed from". But, "from" is not accurate for Nothing/Infinity are One.

 

Edited by Nos7algiK

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God is the Awareness behind all eyes, all beings, all things.

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11 minutes ago, Wanderer91 said:

God is the Awareness behind all eyes, all beings, all things.

 

TheMask.jpg

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5 hours ago, BipolarGrowth said:

There’s nothing that is permanent. Nothingness is a fine bundle of sensations, but it is a temporary experience and illusion nonetheless. 

lay off the shrooms bro :D if you are saying nothingness is a bundle of sensations thats some mad-talk. The page is the page and will remain the page when the text is deleted. 

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9 hours ago, Terell Kirby said:

There first is a knowing of cessation for you to even be able to speak on it. Your knowing of cessation is from your watching of cessation.

depends on the depth of cessation. It's more so in hindsight when coming out of said experience that the real "knowing" occurs at least for me. As the ego and its created other come back online after cessation you're just like "holy fuck", because the inherent source of everything is revealed. So this "watching" of cessation is really just the ego slowly coming back online whilst God is still somewhat present (but not as much). The intellectual mind actually can't fully grasp or remember the true depth of what God is, nor will it ever, but it can feel it and live by it. A knowing beyond mind.

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5 hours ago, Nos7algiK said:

 

TheMask.jpg

Except behind that veil is just a pure white light lol

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