Sunday, March 25, 2012
He elaborates on the idea of creating space in the mind where overthinking and doing are suspended. He calls this state 'dynamic rest'. It is a dimension of the 'formless', traditionally called 'spirit'. Tolle elaborates by saying "you can find something that is already within you that is far greater than the conditioned self." Many describe a serene sense of Presence in this state.
As I said on Thursday, there just isn't a wrong way to do this, so we need not be intimidated by our own lazy efforts at meditation. It's whatever we can do easily and willingly that gives us that peaceful background in which to carry on with our activities. If we remain open to rescuing ourselves when we begin to unravel, we can be our own salvation. We are, after all, responsible for our own inner balance. Namaste dear ones.