Stop looking out there for it. Big deal right? Say it as many times as you wish and still nobody wants to listen, because they are busy looking for it. So what is everyone looking outside for. What is it that if you found it out there, it will allow you such joy and happiness, that your life would change? Is it the relationship that excites you so much, you tell your friends that you are in love, then sooner or later, you announce you hate their guts. Is it the job you are looking for, and when you get the job, you are excited then you realize that it is like all the rest. Is it the new diet, body you want, then when you have it, you have to maintain it. Is it calling yourself spiritual and then realizing we are spiritual so there is no such thing as specialness. What is it, that you will change you out here? Can anything change you out here? I am asking you to look at it. So if out here can’t change you, and the conditioned world wants you to go on a journey and find it, then where is it? Nothing out here can bring you freedom, because if you are looking for it, then when you find it, you will be attached to it. Then it becomes another possession. Another thing. Do you see?
So can you stop looking for it? Stop searching for it? Stop wanting it? Can you simply stop and allow awareness? The story of Buddha is our collective story. He gave up his riches, family, traditions, rituals, home, and everything to find everything. Same with Jesus. Can you give up the world to find it? How do you give something up, if you are looking for it. Stop thinking about it. When you stop thinking about, what ever it is, it will be attracted to you. There is nothing to think about that isn’t already happening. We have been conditioned in school to create problems, and solve them. We are lost in the problem, forgetting that we created it. Stop thinking about it and you will see it is already done. You exist in the all of all. Found that out. Live that. Get to know that and you will realize the conditional was the problem. ” says Robert Taylor.
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