there is no eye that can see ‘I’


‘I’ embodies everything that can be perceived and thereby known and experienced
‘I’ is the transparent diamond aware-ing of perception’s play
which includes the appearance of an objective perceiver with its objective perceptions

‘me’ is one of perception’s objects, just as are ‘you’ and ‘them’

but ‘I’ is not any-thing objectively
– there is no eye that can see ‘I’ –
and can never be known

‘me’ spends its life looking for ‘I’
calling IT God, Spirit, Reality, Beloved –
(108 names, I’m told)
until the savage wisdom of the ages
arises, re-organizing the brain:

ne’er the twain can meet

for ‘I’ is all-there-is


‘true Self’ cannot be experienced


one hears talk of the inexpressible peace of experiencing the ‘true Self’
but how could ‘true Self’ be the object of an experience?

there would have to be a some-thing ‘having’ that experience –
would that be the ‘untrue Self,’ or what?

I found that all experiences of this kind were ‘me’-self
experiencing a subtler, yet still conditioned version of itself

‘true-Self’ is no-thing and experiences no-thing;
It’s this bottom-line awareness,
eternally knowing, awake and alert

inexpressible peace
marks the Presence of the absence
of all versions of ‘me’-self