true meditation

By Adam J. Pearson

true meditation
is seeing through
the illusion of a meditator,
in the awareness
that there is none

now
there is only meditating,
empty
of  “you” and “I”

the silence
of this “me”-less space

this stillness
that’s agendaless

the lightness
of this no-thingness

are beyond
knower
and known

empty
even
of emptiness…


Part of a series of Nonduality:

Everything You Experience “Now” is Remembered: Neuroscience and Nonduality

Willing the Way: Wanting What’s Happening

We Were Never Broken: Beyond the Sense of Lack, Incompleteness, and Deficiency

Emptiness and Radical Negation: Shifts in and Beyond the Story of “Me”

The Ultimate Surrender

The Welcomeness Of Now

Beyond “I Am”

Remember To Be Unhappy!: The Unnecessary Root of Human Misery

The Remembered “Me”: Why Presence Implies “Your” Absence

The Vibrancy of Life and the Deadness of the “Story of Me”

The Futility of Sandcastling

The Difference Between Seeing A Thought or Emotion and Looking From It

Emptiness in Emptiness

Thoughts That Never Were

Haikus While Walking in the Rain

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