Sum Ergo Sum

The response of resistance

Thinking about what to do feels like putting the flow of events on hold.
One gets the impression of gaining control before taking action.
How strange we refuse to see that for what it is, a response among responses. How much effort must not be put in the practice of not responding with not responding.


5 responses to “The response of resistance

  1. seeingwhatis 2014/11/08 at 16:33

    Its like as with Karma: its Only a response if there is intent and belief. Of course there may also be the karmic thief Ignorance, even rhoug there is no intention (known intention).

    • Niklas 2014/11/08 at 17:26

      But my use of the word is in a physical sense. Like water waves in response to wind. Like you respond to my writing and I to yours. I can sense no particular intention here. It just happens.
      No one to control doing or not doing it.
      This is just the waving of existence.

  2. seeingwhatis 2014/11/08 at 16:41

    The what to Do question was the last question the ego known to himself and man as “joakim” ever had.
    It left when unattended. When forgotten.
    It occurs in someone with One foot in form and one foot in formless. In artists. Inawakened people. All it takes to start aiming for implementing direct knowledge in form, is the attention.
    And likewise, without attention, without focus, this longing is gone.

  3. seeingwhatis 2014/11/08 at 17:40

    I didnt read your post properly. Yes, a non-action is also an action. We do no longer respond or not-respond. We do no longer. No we appears to do, for those who believe themself intexistence. Actions… Verbs need a subject, a doer, and verbs does not count. The true meaning of my words is THIS. Aka, “what is” right now.
    Yada yada…

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