what does surrender mean?
who does it?
and to what?
in the context of these notes, it’s a verb that takes no subject or object
it attempts to describe what ‘happens’ when the self-as-doer-construct dissolves, and the body-mind-being understands that it is purely and simply lived by Life
there’s no one feeling either happy or sad about this
but the sense of spaciousness is immense
4 thoughts on “immense unfathomable spaciousness”
I like these notes, they keep slightly tripping me up
I was 50 today – yay! – also I noticed that the comment I posted a few minutes ago is posted TOMORROW early in the morning
actually – sorry – I was 51
Congratulations Mark – or is it Lewis?
The time appears as it is locally for my admin – and since I’m in Oz it will appear to be later than for you. Great example of time’s illusory nature, eh?
You take the award you know. I don’t think anyone has explored these posts as extensively as you have. Emptiness will be pleased – I am too!
I went through a minimalistic stage where I had no *like* button or social media buttons on this blog. Readers complained. I changed settings, but one has to reset the *Like* button manually on each post – I haven’t finished that job as yet. I appreciate your feedback. ~ ml