Sum Ergo Sum

No way out of the play

In the previous post I wrote this:

To become a true spectator made me uneasy for a while. I questioned the use of playing along. The acting suddenly seemed like “pretending” to be something I was not. The play seemed unreal.
Thankfully this play-aversion has lost it’s grip. The acting is not for real, nor is it un-real.

One might get the impression that it is possible to become something else than what you already are. That is of course nonsense.
“Becoming” a “spectator” is just a dynamic in the unfolding of What Is.

You, The Actor and your Role Character and  are one and the same.
The Stage is the totality of What Is,  including the imagined trinity above.

Heck, I just dicovered the The Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost!


4 responses to “No way out of the play

  1. seeingwhatis 2013/12/13 at 10:19


    Skickat från min HTC

    • Niklas 2013/12/13 at 10:50

      Medvetandet tycks ibland ha en auto-correct som sprakar till.

      • Eva 2013/12/16 at 16:43

        Ett *mirakel* 🙂 🙂
        /en acim-student

      • Niklas 2013/12/16 at 18:24

        Medvetandet, precis som allt annat, är förstås ett mirakel i sin själva existens. det är helt fantastiskt alltihop om man inte tänker för mycket på det.

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