What Is Seen

by Robert Wolfe on February 10th, 2012

It is good to hear from you that "seeking and seeker" have come to an end: the observer and the observed are not now two different things.

Thanks for your comments about what is now seen through the eyes: no longer conceptual objectification, "so nothing is seen; at least, no-thing in particular...a seamless indivisible whole is observed--by 'nobody'...this is not a spacey, disassociated state...attention can be changed...in which case anything can be conceptually seen: some 'thing' is seen."

For an awakened person, as you described, relative objects can be viewed and identified as such by their names. But one now, as it were, sees through objects as separate entities, in the sense of recognizing that the commonality of all appearances is as manifestations of a ubiquitous, interpenetrating Beingness, or formless Presence. Thus, the observer and the observed are perceived as indistinguishable from each other: no-body is aware of no-thing.



Posted in Living Nonduality, Unpublished, Monograph, Questions    Tagged with presence, Awareness, seeing, seeking, seeker, Observer, observed, whole, awakened


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