I shared a previous inquiring with dozens of people online and i received a few really interesting and beautiful perspectives which i would like to share with you because i think there is truth on them.. and if you actually see the truth of them, then its the essense of beauty and joy… my inquiry was:
Is it possible for awareness to dissolve emotions/thoughts before they even appear
Would like to talk about the possibility that de-identification with thoughts takes place in a word-less stage.. in such case there is so much alertness and there is awareness of the emotion or thought, of anger, or fear, of jealousy or aggression, of cunningness or insecurity, as the emotion is rising from the depth.. like you see it coming. So there is a feeling/awareness of anger before of the creation of the word “anger” (when the word is still absent). Then the emotion of anger is disappearing.. or to be more accurate it isn even appearing at all.
The two comments i would like to share here are the following:
You are looking at it and you don’t know what it is. This is what is
The thinker wants to know what it is and searches through its repertoire for a name and an explanation.
Now you think you know what it is.
Now you think you know what it is. you have stopped looking at it and are looking instead at your opinions, and your imaginary ideas about what you will do about it.
You have, in the instant of naming, moved from looking at what is to looking at what you imagine what is to be.
You are referencing your past and speculating into the future.
You have moved from present moment awareness to looking at the past and the future (both of which do not exist except as mind-concepts).
dis solve is a good word for it
not allowed to be seen as a problem
nothing to solve
to know how i feel and not to be afraid to show it
people who are not who they really are,
and they know it
they know how they really feel
there is nothing to solve
no how am i supposed to feel
no how would Krishnaji feel
no how does it feel
the magic is the freedom
what is and what will never be
that’s what’s up