The enlightened does not believe but pretend to be someone specific

Who is looking for food but those with an empty stomach. And who is looking for enlightenment, but those feeling empty. Unfortunately most try to fill this the emptiness with something of a pleasurable nature like for example bliss. But nothing can fill this emptiness, because it is an imagination based on the belief, that you are someone specific in a world defined by time and space, and that which is you is formlessness of oneness, so that is not possible.

That is why you are bound to feel empty, if believe to be someone specific. The solution to feeling empty is therefore not to fill up the emptiness, but to undo belief in being someone definitive.

An enlightened (in the sense of the enlightenment of that which is one) never asks ´who am I?´, because there is no doubt there is no more than that which is one and therefore not a world where there seems to be more than one – regardless it appears to be astral and whatnot. Consequently the enlightened has no need for communities, discussions, so-called interesting exchanges or dialogues, sending love or anything else to make it appear, as if there is someone specific there. The enlightened does not believe but pretend to be someone.


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