Author Topic: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization  (Read 1978 times)

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Re: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization
« Reply #30 on: July 15, 2017, 11:53:37 am »
"Conclusion: The ordinariness is something that you seldom read about, and T/R is remarkably ordinary... but I don't think you really want T/R. You want H/A. I'll rant about that next."

yes, it is ordinary but then that is all there is. On the other hand to call that 'ordinary' or anything else, there needs to be someone to know what extraordinary, or the dual twin of the any thingy else is. Fortunately there's no one in this 'all-there-is ordinariness'. And yes, in the stillness of it, a semblance of happiness may ensue sometimes [it can go from just peace to freedom to joy to... bliss] but in order to report anything along these lines, again, there needs to be someone to report it, otherwise it would remain unreported, as it should...
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Re: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization
« Reply #31 on: September 04, 2017, 03:20:47 am »
every thing you wrote is a myth jed

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Re: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization
« Reply #32 on: September 04, 2017, 03:44:16 am »
Of course, all writing is mythology, or more accurately all words are. Nothing in this dream, as in any dream, is real. Truth is all that is ''real'' but that's not completely accurate because real and un-real don't apply at that level... that dichotomy doesn't exist.

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Re: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization
« Reply #33 on: September 09, 2017, 01:15:53 am »
Thanks for sharing, stick with it.

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Re: Jed Rant: Myths of Truth Realization
« Reply #34 on: September 09, 2017, 07:58:45 am »
My two and a half cents on the question; 

TR is a factor and a hindrance because 1. Factor: It is revealing.  2. Hindrance: In the attempt to recover, contrive, imagine, maintain or conjure some aspect of the experience that attended TR in the past one misses it in the present.  Seeking special/particular states rather than allowing TR to be unconditional.