When Two Tigers Meet


Quoting from the text: “A Course in Miracles”

Agnisattva: “Simply do this: Be still, and lay aside all thoughts of what you are and what God is; all concepts you have learned about the world; all images you hold about yourself. Empty your mind of everything it thinks is either true or false, or good or bad, of every thought it judges worthy, and all the ideas of which it is ashamed. Hold onto nothing. Do not bring with you one thought the past has taught, nor one belief you ever learned before from anything. Forget this world, forget this course, and come with wholly empty hands unto your God.” 
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The Snare of Absolute Non-duality.

Agnisattva: The search for God truly begins when we realized how blessed our life already is, when we realized how much of God’s love and blessings have already been given to us. Then we search for God not from a place of lacking, but to give our unconditional gratitude.

Questioner: But whom/what is searching for God and why when “you already are what you’re seeking”?

Agnisattva: Because that’s how this game of Life goes.  If you truly grasped the profundity of what you are trying to ask then in that instant the answer is revealed.  This is not something the mind can grasp.  And subtle word play will get you nowhere.  You search for God because, as God, that is what God enjoys to do.  A Divine game of hide-and-seek.  You search for God, because as God, you see yourself as not God.  You search for what you are for you are both what you are searching for, and not.

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