What You Deny Is Where It Hides
What you call your body and your mind these are Divine. They aren't separate like spiritual folk, self-help guides, and religions would like to sell. They are the manifestation of the unmanifested. YOU are oneness appearing as the play of twoness.
Despite the religious agendas and their fear-based nonsense, one quote from the Bible encapsulates the innocence of seeing through the illusion of the separate self and the radicalness of Beingness:
"Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 18:3)
Similar to children, when the sense of separation has been seen through, there tends to be a natural wonder and gratitude for life and the simple things. There is no longer serious dissatisfaction with what is but a playful, and innocent curiosity takes its place. This includes a natural allowance of all sensations and emotions without guilt or shame. Because when there’s no longer a personal interpreter, what do emotions and sensations mean anyways?
Do you see? The idea that you are something other than this beautiful mystery is just that—an idea. It holds no power unless you think it does, and then it does – of course, only seemingly within the dream. But let's remember a dream isn't real.
So what is?
For those who have ears to hear, let them hear.