How to ignite take-offs to the inner breath

If you do not try making sense of this animation but go with the flow of its speed and confusing, you are well on your way to ignite a take-off to the inner senses, where the speed of it will be perceived as joyful. The animation is grabbed from the web.

If you do not try to make sense of this animation but go with the flow of its speed and confusion, you are well on your way to igniting a take-off to the inner breath, which probably will make you smile at all the nonsense that appears to be able to disturb when you believe to be someone definitive. The animation is grabbed from the web.

Let us say you have covered your eyes with your hands, so that there is nothing to disturb you from daydreaming about how the world should be. For that reason you do not see what is right in front of you, namely this article, and if you sense, there is something in it for you, it is very frustrating.

This frustration builds up until you have had enough and realise, that you are daydreaming and do not know where you are, but that moving your hands may reveal it – and so just like that, you do that. In other words, the build up of frustrations and a change of purpose from spacing out in a self-made world to not hide from the unknown in front of you is what ignites the take-off to seeing this article, that nobody but yourself kept hidden from you.

Metaphorically speaking this is how you ignite a take-off to the inner breath. If you do not try to stop or solve the speedy thoughts and/or restless feelings caused by unsatisfying events or relations in the world of the outer senses, there is automatically a build up of energy that can be used to ignite a take-off to the inner breath.

It ignites when you have had enough and are willing to make a change of purpose, namely to not be someone in control but to go with the flow.– and it happens much faster than reading this explanation. You hardly even notice it, because just like that, you are connected with the inner breath.

You can use the speed of any disturbing or intensely pleasant event to ignite a take-off to the sense of indifference, that comes from being connected with the inner breath.

So if you are confused or fed up from reading this, use the confusion to ignite a take-off to the inner breath. And landing there you may laugh about how silly it was to take the world of the outer senses so serious, that it could confuse you.

In other words, it takes no more than a split second to use the speed of restless thoughts and/or feelings to ignite the take-off to the inner breath, that connects you with the world of the inner senses, where everything moves so fast, that the speed of your take-off is nothing. It is a move from stress to tranquility.

As the inner breath is indifferent to how anything appears to be, you will want to avoid if you want to keep together the personality you laboriously have fabricated it in order to appear as someone special. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

As the inner breath is indifferent to how anything appears to be, you will avoid it, if you want to keep together the personality, that you laboriously have fabricated in order to appear as someone special. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Being connected with the inner breath is not a sensational feeling of feeling alive – it is rather a sense of being nobody and indifferent to whether you seem to feel happy or not. But if you want to use the tranquility that this indifference entails to make you feel as someone special, you will immediately be disconnected from the inner breath, so that its flow of indifference will not prevent you from hunting happiness, greatness or whatever feeling that makes you feel special.

Anything not understandable can be used to ignite a take-off to the inner breath. This means anything in a world where life seems to be divided in more than one can be used, because nothing in such a world is understandable.

However, as nothing ever works as planned, speedy thoughts will again seem to frustrate you until you have had enough, and again are ready to go with the flow of thoughts and/or feelings to ignite a take-off to the the inner breath and its indifference.

To not know anything ignites a take-off to the inner breath
The way we normally learn how to do something new is to replicate others doing it. Everything we do in the world of the outer senses – for example to walk and talk – we have learned like that. But as the inner breath is not something done by neither you or I, you cannot just watch what I am doing and in that way learn how to connect with it.

Yet reading about my experiences of it in the article What does the inner breath feel like? may help you to replicate my connection, and from there evolve your own way of experiencing it, provided that you do not try to use it to become more special, because only as nobody can you be a vessel for the inner breath.

To not exclude but to include ignites the inner breath. The animation is grabbed from the web.

To not exclude but to include ignites the inner breath. So does going with the speed of this image. The animation is grabbed from the web.

Not being exclusive but inclusive will immediately ignite the inner breath. See hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment and hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.

The same applies to ´seeing symbols of life in the world´ (hack #2.1 To see symbols of life in the world and hack #2.2 Everything experienced is a symbol of life). and pretending to be someone (hack #1.5 Pretending to be a person and hack #1.6 Pretending is a way out of duality).

In the case of Alexius his connectedness with the indifference of the inner breath comes from not knowing what and where he is. Well, neither do you, but you probably work very hard to convince yourself and others, that you do. If you stop doing that, there is nothing to obstruct the inner breath from being activated as the automatic gear shift between the outer and inner senses, so that glimpses of enlightenment in the world of the inner senses become the basis for how you perceive the world of the outer senses.

Until you are willing to not appear as if you are someone specific, my descriptions in this and the previous article of how to take-off to the inner breath may be of help to you.

There is no reason to laboriously learn the ways in Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings suggested for undoing the belief in a world, where there seems to be more than one. None of those ways are a goal in themselves – neither do they lead to the goal. It is not necessary.

You are already there, because that which is you is no different from the formlessness of that which is one, and as what is formless is endless and therefore everything, there is nothing else than that which is you.

Hence the purpose of Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings is not to go there, but to expose it is the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one, that appears to hide that which is you. The indifference of the inner breath undoes this belief for you.


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